Book your accommodation at Wanderlust Backpackers.
Arriving at Three Sisters Hut mid morning, hikers can experience a guided tour of the Three Sisters beach area when tides allow. Please book with Anne Williams at least 1 week before starting the trail.
THE THREE SISTERS SAUNTER is a unique Guided Nature Ramble starting from the Three Sisters hut heading to the beach, and covers all aspects of environment, birds, shipwrecks and historical background. Jutting into the sea are the Three Sister’s promontories with caves, weird shapes and a boiling cauldron. Peer down from sheer cliffs onto wave-cut platforms that support a plethora of wading birds.
Enjoy the abundant diversity of plant life that thrives on The Sisters despite harsh conditions. Hear about the shipwrecks along this stretch of coast and fascinating local history, some stories dating back to the 1400’s.
This is an experience for the whole family : Duration 2½ hours
Out of season - R80pp (min 6 people) or for a group of 10 or more : R70pp.
In season - R85pp (min 6 people) or for a group of 10 or more : R75pp
Bookings essential - ANNE WILLIAMS Tel. 046- 675 1976 or 083 719 4950
Website : email : letshikesa.gmail.com
(30kms from PE) on the Sundays River.
Contact: Dee Richards
Cell : 082 897 2859
Tel/Fax : 041-468 0238,
The Strandloper Eco-tourism Board runs two trails. The award winning coastal trail from Kei Mouth to Gonubie (East London) is a backpacking trail. Also the Transkei ‘hotel to hotel’ which is a slack-packing trail.
Contact : Reservations Manager & Trail Manager - Erica & Bryan Church
Tel/Fax : 043-841 1046, Cell : 083 285 4773 / 084 034 0247
This hiking trail is close to Grahamstown.
Contact : Sally
Tel:046-6228956 or Cell : 0824735122
e-mail : email@example.com
For all your boating requirements
Contact : Charles De Bruin
Tel : 046-6242306 or Cell 072 619 6162
Kleinemonde West River Canoe Trail has the pleasure of using ‘Discovery’ canoes supplied by Kowie Marine Services.
Contact : John Tweedy
Tel : 046-6241303 or Cell 083 452 7088
8km from Port Alfred on the East London side of the R72.