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The waterfalls around the Wild Coast are, simply, spectacular.

Experienced guide Louis Fourie takes you in an open 4×4 vehicle or on fabulous hikes, giving you the best routes for spectacular views and photo opportunities as you go.

These can be day trips, but to get the best out of the trips, we suggest you stay overnight in their comfortable, rustic, off grid accommodation, with spectacular views.

To see the accommodation, click on  https://www.thesaunter.co.za/listing/louis-at-magwa-falls/

Here are some of the waterfall trip options:

*Down Mdeni and around Magwa Falls. Hike.

A guided hike down the plateau ridge and into the old Mdeni village. On forest paths river crossings. View the magnificent Magwa Gorge.

Then back, along foot paths, through forests, and up the ridge with a winding zig zag path.

Another cascading waterfall, gorgeous views and then more views and sheer cliffs all the way to the falls. Spectacular!

Walk around Magwa Falls then back home.

 

*Waterfall Bluff Hike. Easy 9km.  4×4 and hike.

06h00 start on a 2-hour scenic 4×4 drive to the starting point on an open safari Land Cruiser.

The drive is a cultural experience of friendly faces, the dense Goso Forest, colourful huts, the Magwa Tea Estate, Angel Falls, and wide open spaces.

Lupathana,  your start point,  is famous for a powerful display of waves crashing against the rocks, sometimes up to 30m high in the air.

Then begin the easy 4.5 km, relatively flat hike next to rocky shoreline, to Waterfall Bluff. It’s about an hour’s hike.

Here we chill, have lunch and if you like, a shower under the falls.

On the way back we visit the ‘Tea Room’, a sea cave hidden under the footpath to the falls!

Back at the Cruiser we 4×4 out on the very bad road!

This will be a part of your holiday that you will always remember. These waterfalls are very special.

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  • RRRR
  • Price Range R200 per person
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