Tourist Attractions in Qolora Mouth, Wild Coast, Wild Coast & Berg, Eastern Cape

Tourist Attractions near Qolora Mouth, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Dolphins in Kei Mouth

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Jacaranda and red cow

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Jacaranda shipwreck, Wild Coast

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Just a little further up the Wild Coast from the Kei River Mouth is the Qolora River Mouth - a serenely beautiful part of the country. Here the Qolora River winds its way to the Indian Ocean through picturesque green hills dotted with mud huts before rushing through a deep gorge into a pretty lagoon at Qolora Mouth.

Qolora Mouth offers excellent swimming, although the estuary is often closed to the sea, making it great for the more relaxing water sports like canoeing.

There are some wonderful beach walks on the wide stretches of sand on either side of the Qolora Mouth. You can stroll to Khobonqaba Point, a popular fishing spot. Or view the Jacaranda, a wrecked coaster, firmly lodged between the rocks since 1971.

A 4 km walk inland from Qolora Mouth takes you to the historical pool where Nongqawuse, a young medium, was believed to have communicated with ancestral spirits in the 1850s.

Things To Do in Qolora Mouth, Wild Coast
Qolora Mouth, Wild Coast Attractions
Mkulu Kei Horse Trails: less than 5 km
Hole in the Wall Hiking Trail: less than 5 km
Jacaranda (1971): 6 km
Strandloper Canoe Trail: 10 km
Kei Mouth Golf Club: 13 km
Strandloper Hiking Trail: 44 km
Khaya La Bantu Xhosa Cultural Village: 49 km
Frontier III (1939): 55 km
Jikeleza Country Fair: 56 km
Wild Coast Jikeleza Wet n Wild Festiva: 56 km
Butterworth Golf Club: 59 km
Nearby Towns
Kei Mouth
Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast

Jacaranda

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Just a little further up the Wild Coast from the Kei River Mouth is the Qolora River Mouth - a serenely beautiful part of the country. Here the Qolora River winds its way to the Indian Ocean through picturesque green hills dotted with mud huts before rushing through a deep gorge into a pretty lagoon at Qolora Mouth.

Qolora Mouth offers excellent swimming, although the estuary is often closed to the sea, making it great for the more relaxing water sports like canoeing.

There are some wonderful beach walks on the wide stretches of sand on either side of the Qolora Mouth. You can stroll to Khobonqaba Point, a popular fishing spot. Or view the Jacaranda, a wrecked coaster, firmly lodged between the rocks since 1971.

A 4 km walk inland from Qolora Mouth takes you to the historical pool where Nongqawuse, a young medium, was believed to have communicated with ancestral spirits in the 1850s.