Port St Johns Attractions

Port St Johns

Crafts (3)

Crafts, Port St Johns

Pondo People for detailed wood carvings of people and animals modelled on those in the local village, by master carver Julius Mfete.

Crafts, Port St Johns

Mr Fisene’s Fish Project for decorative wooden fish-shaped carvings, from keyring size to large ornamentals.

Crafts, Port St Johns

Douglas Cwaba’s hand-carved walking sticks will be one of your best Wild Coast purchases.

Entertainment (5)

Entertainment, Port St Johns

Restaurant at Town Entrance

Entertainment, Port St Johns

Coffee Shop on Main Street

Entertainment, Port St Johns

Restaurant at 2nd Beach

Entertainment, Port St Johns

Resturant in Main Street

Entertainment, Port St Johns

Resturant

History and Heritage (1)

History and Heritage, Port St Johns

The new Port St Johns Museum displays works of art, many contributed by the local community.

Outdoor (6)

Outdoor, Port St Johns

Port St John's First Beach is a very popular fishing spot, where you are most likely to catch a good size prize on the end of your line.  Not a good beach for swimming however, due to the numerous sharks that frequent the surf.

Outdoor, Port St Johns

The Cape Hermes lighthouse is on the headland on the southern side of the Umzimvubu River at Port St Johns.

Outdoor, Port St Johns

This 400ha reserve lies in the forested valley between Second Beach and Sugarloaf Rock just south of Port St Johns.

Outdoor, Port St Johns

At Umngazi River Bungalows and Spa, a community River Rangers project provides highly skilled guides to areas that include the pristine mangroves at Umgazana estuary.

Outdoor, Port St Johns

For a unique cultural experience, come and visit the natural sulphur springs; a traditional healing site to the Pondo people. Immerse yourself in the tradition by smothering yourself in the mud. Dry in the glorious sun and visit the sulphur pools afterw

Outdoor, Port St Johns

Follow the locals’ example and go horse-riding. Umngazi River Bungalows and Spa guests are encouraged to use Khohiso Horse trails to explore surrounding beaches and hills.

Explore the O.R. Tambo District

Port St Johns Museum
The new Port St Johns Museum displays works of art, many contributed by the local community.
Silaka Nature Reserve
This 400ha reserve lies in the forested valley between Second Beach and Sugarloaf Rock just south of Port St Johns.
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