Chintsa is an unspoilt piece of seaside paradise on the Eastern Cape’s Wild Coast. The town is divided by the lagoon into Chintsa East, to the north, and Chintsa West, to the south It is perhaps the most pristine Eastern Cape seaside village on this stretch of South African coastline. A beautiful stretch of long, perfect beach, one of the Wild Coast’s most spectacular lagoons, captivating coastal sand dunes and lush, indigenous forest…
The Chintsa area offers a variety of recreational activities. An abundance of bird life including sea, estuary and river birds as well as inland species may be seen. Within a ten minute drive, the rolling savannah of Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve offers sights of rhino, giraffe, zebra and a variety of buck on guided tours in an open vehicle.
When sun tanning, bathing, body surfing and beach games have been exhausted a canoe ride up the river at high tide provides a pleasant alternative. Walkers can reach Cefani Mouth or Cintsa West with ease. Fishing off the rocks is also popular.
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