Phone: 072 301 2113
Fax : 086 511 6135
Coffee Bay, Transkei
Under the expert care of the new owner/management team of Ian and Lynn Crawford (of Crawford's Beach Lodge fame), Ocean View now has more to offer than ever before!
Ocean View Hotel - COFFEE BAY
P.O. Box 566 Umtata 5099
We provide private, clean, comfortable accommodation in double en-suite rooms at very affordable rates with friendly and personal service. A full breakfast is included in your daily rate. Evening meals can be provided on request, or you may choose to eat out at one of the restaurants in the area.
A short walk from the guest house will take you to the beautiful beaches, or to breathtaking views of the ocean and bays from the hilltops surrounding the village, where you may be the only one around to be at peace with yourself and nature. Hikers can enjoy a variety of pathways traversing either beach or natural forest or cliff tops overlooking the Indian Ocean, where one may spot dolphins or whales on their daily journeys.
Local guides are available for hire to show the best routes and advise on local customs. The famous “Hole-in-the-Wall” is a short drive away, or a few hours hike for the more energetic, but well worth the visit to view this natural rock phenomenon. Bathers, surfers or sun worshippers will appreciate the sandy beaches and waves where there is safe bathing and surfing; and for those who enjoy surf fishing – you won’t be disappointed.
Come to Coffee Bay and see for yourself!
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We look forward to being your hosts !
Next time you're in Coffee Bay, be sure to pick up one of these ingenious purses made by the local children from old cartons.
If you'd like to place an order for some unique Christmas presents, please email: email@example.com
Only R30 each! (Postage extra)
All proceeds go to the kids who make them.
Three bedroomed self catering cottage with magnificent sea view. The cottage is on top of a hill overlooking the village of Coffee Bay. Sleeping up to 10 people.
The cottage is serviced by a domestic worker daily.
Situate in the middle of the Wild Coast, 80km from the N2 at Viedgesville, near Umtata
This rustic cottage is within walking distance of 2 beaches. Good fishing spots abound, Coffee Bay is known for it's shad fishing season during June/July. The sardine run can be spotted from the cliffs at Coffee Bay as well as whales, due to the deep waters close to shore.
There is something for everyone.
Close to Hole in the Wall
Your perfect destination in the African Nation
Coffee Bay - Wild Coast - South Africa
(Lat:-31.9842 Lon: 29.1487)
The next 21.1km "White Clay Cross Country Challenge" is 23 August 2014.
Contact: For more info please phone Roy or Karen at White Clay on 047-575 0008 or 083-979 4499. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) White Clay Resort is situated 1,5 km south of Coffee Bay on the “Hole in the Wall” road on the Wild Coast, nestled between the cliffs and only 100 m from its own private beach and bay. The setting is unrivaled with vast, rolling hills and rocky cliffs shearing off into the ocean. All accommodation is sea-facing offering guests fabulous vistas. The bay and private beach below is ideal for fishing and swimming at low tide. The resort offers self-catering, a Guest House with B&B and DB&B, camping, and a pub, curio shop and restaurant with full sea view specializing in seafood. Attractions in the area include fabulous rock, surf and river fishing, deep sea boat charter, hiking trails between the magnificent “Hole in the Wall” in the south and Mdumbi Beach in the north.
"The Coffee Shack...is a genuine and unaffected mecca for fun-loving travellers."- LONELY PLANET
Coffee Shack Backpackers
on the beach
(PO Box 687, Mqanduli, 5080)
• Telephone: +27 - (0)47 - 5752048
• Guests' Telephone: +27 - (0)47 - 5752024
• Email Address: email@example.com
Explore, discover and enjoy a unique taste of rural Africa! Coffee Shack is a backpackers tropical paradise located right on the beach at the Bomvu River mouth on the Transkei Wild Coast, a deeply traditional area of South Africa where you'll experience a way of life far removed from Western culture. Coffee Shack has a reputation for being a fun, good-value hostel with excellent facilities and the most amazing, friendly staff. Most visitors rate Coffee Shack as a highlight of their SA tour...
Learn to surf at Coffee Shack with the cheapest professional surfing lessons on the planet: R20 for a 2 hour session! (That's about $2.00.)
Coffee Bay has nice point and beach breaks, and they also run day trips to Mdumbi, an amazing beach with a good point break for accomplished surfers. Dolphins are plentiful. If you're doing a surf trip, there are many other spots up and down the Wild Coast. Dave's surfed them all and is a good source of info on local conditions.
For write-ups on Wild Coast surf spots, see www.wavescape.co.za
When you're in Coffee Bay, a great way to spend some time is visiting Jah Drums.
You can make your own drum at Jah Drums Drum Factory; or simply buy one of their professional instruments.
Also visit the restaurant and enjoy some Ital food prepared by Isham.
You'll find them right next to Afritude where you can buy original Afritude T-shirts. The funkiest clothing line in South Africa.
The annual "White Clay Challenge" is held on the last Saturday of August every year..
The grueling 21km half-marathon's route is from Ocean View Hotel in Coffee Bay to the Hole in the Wall, and back to White Clay.
For more info phone Roy or Karen at White Clay on 047-575 0008 or 083-979 4499.
White Clay Resort is situated 1,5 km south of Coffee Bay on the new “Hole in the Wall” road on the Wild Coast, nestled between the cliffs and only 100 m from an own private beach and bay. The setting is unrivalled with vast, rolling hills and rocky cliffs shearing off into the ocean. All accommodation is sea-facing offering guests fabulous vistas. The bay and private beach below is ideal for fishing and swimming at low tide.
The resort offers self-catering, a Guest House with B&B and DB&B, camping, and a pub, curio shop and restaurant with full sea view specializing in seafood. Attractions in the area include fabulous rock, surf and river fishing, deep sea boat charter, hiking trails between the magnificent “Hole in the Wall” in the south and Mdumbi Beach in the north.
CORAM DEO LODGE - accommodation with a view. Coram Deo Lodge overlooks both bays and the village of Coffee Bay. Here you can (if you want) relax and look into 'forever'
Please visit us at www.coramdeocb.co.za
For your enquiries please contact us at: Tel/Fax 047 575 2064 Cell: 082 415 3110/1
Coram Deo Lodge is also the home of 'Coffee Bay Coffee' where you can purchase top quality Arabica coffees. Visit us at www.coffeebaycoffee.co.za
Telephone: 047-575 0308
Facsimile: 047-575 0308
Cell: 083-333 4409
"Rapture's View" is a Bar with a fantastic panoramic view, and a Bistro with the best burgers and wholesome homemade foods on the Wild Coast.
Situated halfway between Coffee Bay and nearby Hole in the wall, you'll discover great swimming beaches, legendary surf spots, rock and river fishing, and hiking trails (to Mdumbi & Mapuzi) a perfect distance away. Great area for quad biking, kayaking, cycling, and horse riding. Forest walks, nature trails and bird watching.
Experience tribal life of the AmaXhosa people.
The fully detailed, waterproof map of the entire Wild Coast which this inset is taken from is widely available from bookshops and sports stores in most major centers, and Wild Coast Holiday Association resorts. The retail price is around R75 (± $10).
Retail and trade enquiries for the Eastern Cape and KZN: phone Gavin Stewart at 083 708 2719... or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See: www.wildcoast.com/map for more details.
For hiking trails from Coffee Bay to Hole in the Wall and Mapuzi . . . or cultural village excursions . . . contact:
Silas Khalipa on 073-9657125