Accommodation along the Wild Coast is listed from North to South on all the menus.
The Wild Coast journey begins at Mzamba, just south of Port Edward and the Umthamvuna River, at the popular casino and top end luxury resort, Wild Coast Sun.
It is possible to travel the Wild Coast by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, car, or even horseback. Mostly, however, to travel from one holiday destination to another, it is necessary to detour back to the main roads, as there is no coastal road per se.
August was Woman’s Month and it was a very challenging one at Ncinci One’s Montessori. Talk about testing the strength of a woman………..but it definitely does make you stronger and wiser…and needing another box of hair colour!
Overseeing the building works at Ncinci One’s Montessori and dealing with the challenges has not been an easy task. But I am very glad to say that the thatching of the new classroom is well underway (by the 3rd thatcher), a lovely old-school thatching tata….with a nice thick roof in the making.
Garden Road Montessori owner, Delicia Moraleda and her family brought sunshine, happiness and educational materials to the children of Ncinci One’s Montessori today. It really was true Mandela Day Celebrations, which will be remembered by all in time to come. It took Delicia way more than 67 minutes or even 67 hours to:
The beauty of South Africa's Wild Coast‚ its eco-systems‚ culture and communities will be highlighted in a locally-produced documentary in the hope of declaring it a World Heritage site.
The adventures of three paddlers‚ three cyclists and three runners who will each traverse the entire Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape‚ covering about 300 kilometres from the Great Kei River in the south to the Umtamvuna River in the north‚ will be followed by a film crew.
WOW! Time really does fly when you are having fun. Ncinci One's Montessori celebrated it's 1st birthday this week and the week was full of good happenings again!
The best birthday present we received is that we are all so excited about the new building that is going up and the expansion of our school! We say a huge thank you to The Kamvalethu Foundation and Susan Gallagher for making this happen.
We are instructed by the meeting at Komkhulu today 23 March 2017 to say exactly the following in a short letter from the Traditional Authority of Umgungundlovu to the new CEO of SANRAL:
“Starting from now, SANRAL will cease and desist from all activities in our community. If you don’t respect this, we will tie up your staff and keep them here by us, until their father comes and fetch them.”
How a Proposed Strip Mine Brought Conflict to South Africa’s Wild Coast (E360.Yale.Edu)
The murder of activist Sikhosiphi Rhadebe has not stopped communities in South Africa’s Pondoland region from opposing plans for a major titanium mine. What’s at stake are ecologically important lands – and, for the villagers, a way of life. Third in a series.
BY FRED PEARCE • MARCH 13, 2017
Once again Ncinci One's Montessori was blessed with supporter's generosity. I received a phone call from Stephanie Haywoood who said she had a few boxes for us from Buccleuch Montessori in Johannesburg. When Stephanie and Julian arrived at Ncinci One's Montessori in their loaded vehicle, we unpacked 11 boxes! WOW!
Ncinci One's Montessori was very blessed in early October when Christine Wilkinson from Cape Town came to paint our school. She has made our school look like a real pre-school and we are very thankful for Christine's efforts! The children absolutely love the pictures and have learnt the names of all the animals already. Thank you very much Christine.
Set on rolling green hills above the beautiful and pristine Mdumbi Beach (which is one of the best surf spots along the Wild Coast, and indeed, the coast of South Africa), Mdumbi Backpackers is a laid back, rustic and relaxing getaway for all travelers and eco-friendly tourists.