Port St Johns is a small coastal town in South Africa known as the Jewel of the Wild Coast, offering true warmth and hospitality.
Dense bush encroaches into the town at any opportunity and a short walk will take you into silent forests.
The sea is always close, crashing onto the rocky shores which guard the secluded beaches. Bask on the unspoiled beaches or take part in one of the many eco-friendly adventure trails on offer.
Port St Johns offers comfortable and authentic South African accommodation and some unique activities.
Poenskop Beach to the north of Port St Johns is one of the most isolated.
Eagles nest is the cliff that overlooks the town. A brisk walk will take you to its summit in about an hour.
Silaka Game Reserve is about 6 km out of town where you can take a walk or game drive for beautiful game viewing and bird watching.
First Beach is the fishing beach just at the river mouth. It has big rocks where people can climb on top when they are fishing.
Dolphin and whales can be seen all year round, but are best seen during the months of June and July during the annual sardine run. Dolphins can be spotted all year round.
Port St Johns lends itself to activities such as:
diving (snorkelling & scuba)
fishing (rock, surf, deep sea)
dolphin and whale watching
Annual Sardine Run
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