Hogsback is a village in the Amathole Mountains, an area known for indigenous forests, waterfalls and trout fishing. The large gardens in the surrounding area also include exotic plants from all parts of the Earth, and it is a destination and tourist attraction among both international and South African tourists.
Apart from ‘the Hogsback’, the tallest peak in the area is the 1 954 m Gaika’s Kop. There are a number of hiking routes and walks that take walkers through the forests, up mountains, past waterfalls and to viewing points and views of the area.
The Eco shrine is a must visit as well as the faerie realm. There is a labyrinth for meditation and many great restaurants. Horse riding, trout fishing and abseiling can be arranged.
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