Tourist Attractions in Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast, Wild Coast & Berg, Eastern Cape

Tourist Attractions near Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Mazeppa Bay Suspension Bridge

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The Island, Mazeppa Bay

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Wild Coast - Crab on Beach

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Things To Do in Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast
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in Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape
Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast Attractions
Frontier III (1939): 16 km
Jacaranda (1971): 32 km
Strandloper Canoe Trail: 40 km
Mkulu Kei Horse Trails: 42 km
OBell (1914): 42 km
Hole in the Wall Hiking Trail: 42 km
Kei Mouth Golf Club: 51 km
Nearby Towns
Coffee Bay

Beach at Kob Inn

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Kob-Inn at Qora Mouth

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Mazeppa Bay Beach House
Mazeppa Bay Beach House in Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape
5 Bedrooms, comfortably sleep 8 adults & 5 children. Two bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms & the other rooms share a bathroom
Fishamins Cottage
Fishamins Cottage in Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape
There are three separate units. Unit one consists of one double bed, shower and toilet. Unit 2 consists of one double bed, and 2 single beds with a shower, toilet and basin .Unit 3 is the centre or the heart of the cottages
The Lighthouse - Mazeppa Bay
The Lighthouse - Mazeppa Bay in Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape
The Lighthouse at Mazeppa Bay offers a getaway you will never forget. We have the best view of the famous island and the suspended bridge.
You have your own private walkway to the beach between the most amazing indigenous palms.

Mazeppa Bay is a picturesque, little village on the Wild Coast, famous for its exceptional fishing and swimming. With a relaxed holiday atmosphere and the beauty of a number of beaches, all within walking distance of each other, Mazeppa Bay makes an especially beautiful area to visit.

There are walking trails through the Manubi Forest with its distinctive Yellowwood and Sneezewood trees. Or hike part of the Wild Coast Hiking Trail from Mazeppa Bay.

First Beach, the most popular of the three beaches in Mazeppa Bay, is a great swimming beach with palm trees and a 100m suspension bridge leading from the beach to an island - perfect for deep sea fishing with an amazing view of the coast. Mazeppa Bay's Second Beach and Shelley Beach are more suited to keen shell collectors and for long walks. Enormous sand dunes and plentiful oyster beds call out for exploration.