The Wild Coast stretches for nearly 350 kilometres from East London to Port St Johns. Contrary to many other places in South Africa, this area is not dotted with rich houses on the shoreline, but rather with numerous small Xhosa villages. Moreover, there is no road along the shoreline, but a plethora of small roads linking the interior to the coast. Since most of these roads are not paved and often in a not so good state, exploring the area is a small adventure.
Despite the long journeys on bumpy roads, destinations I have visited were all spectacular and greatly worth the effort of going there. I am showing a bunch of photos of several areas of the Wild Coast. Previously, I did a blog on Bulungula, also on the Wild Coast.
Coffee Bay is a small village of 600 inhabitants. The village itself is not so nice, but the shoreline landscapes are spectacular.
At only 8 km from Coffee Bay, Hole in the Wall is a rock formation that is aptly named.
Here is another nice spot along the Wild Coast.