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  • Hotel Amapondo Backpacker Lodge Port St Johns
    Amapondo Backpackers is run by local people as well as some “Pondo Fever” victims, who know all about the wonderful things to get involved with and enjoy in Port St. Johns. We have a great family here who want the best for all our visitors/guests and can offer different activities to suit your needs and wants. Join our guide for a great hike to the Bulolo waterfall, or even a coastal trip to Silaka Nature Reserve to enjoy the rugged remoteness of 3rd Beach. Catch some fish, surf with our own surfing master or just chill in a hammock with a beer for the afternoon. For Sundowner we either go to Mtumbani Location, to hang out at the Millennium Bar and meet the people who make Pondoland unique, or we go to the airstrip to see the amazing 360 degree view of Port St Johns while the drums are beating in the background. We have a great new area extended onto the Amapondo bar where you can play table tennis, practice your drumming, join the local poker school or simply chill on the couches by the bookcase, enjoy reading your book whilst the barman serves you all that your heart desires. Our chef can cook you up a wonderful breakfast, including home made Xhosa toast or enjoy an evening meal with seafood, seasonal veggies and home grown herbs. We also offer great vegetarian options. Our rooms vary from doubles for R110, family rooms from R120, our dorm beds are R90, or pitch up your tent for R60. All prices are per night, per person.Come and visit us here and you will see how beautiful our views are of second beach, experience the culture, feel the coastal winds and get into PONDO FEVER vibe! Look forward to seeing you.
  • Hotel Jungle Monkey Backpackers Port St Johns
    The Shuttle stops at Jungle Monkey, so jump out, park your pack and climb up onto the viewing deck to take in the 360º view of tropical paradise. Then assume The Chill Position armed with something ice-cold. Whether that's in the bar overlooking the pool, at the pool gazing out at the ocean or lying in a hammock, is up to you. Want adventure, relaxation and good food? Good. Jungle Monkey promises the whole lot. Their well-stocked and vibey bar (with its pool table, live entertainment, open mike and jam sessions) is open all day. Their restaurant will happily quell all hunger pangs, whilst sports fans can get their fill with generous servings of big screen DSTV.They offer shuttles to the beach, horse and hiking trails, mountain bikes, canoe river trips, nightly sundowners, whale and dolphin spotting boat cruises and many other daily activities that explore the untamed Wild Coast.End your day with a jungle shower - just don't let the cheeky monkeys steal your soap.When it's time to move on, travel the Wild Coast's scenic route - by speedboat. Ask about swishy boat transfers to, and from, Coffee Bay, the Kraal and Mdumbe.Feeling romantic?Ease into a safari tent in the jungle.Dorms R100; Doubles R250; Safari tent R250; Triples R320; Log cabin R270; Camping R50.Free golf clubs. Internet. DSTV. Laundry.
  • Hotel Umzimvubu Retreat Port St Johns
    Umzimvubu Retreat consists of four adjoining properties set in lush gardens within easy walking distance of both the town centre and the local golf course. Located directly at the mouth of the Umzimvubu River, the establishment offers excellent sea and river views as well as views of the mountains and forest landscape. The more than 100-year old lighthouse is an easy stroll away and there are multiple fishing spots and hiking trails in close proximity. All accommodations are comfortably equipped and include desks, ceiling fans and satellite television. Breakfast consisting of cereals/juices/coffee as well as varied cooked options is provided daily and special dietary requirements are catered for upon request. The restaurant provides a la carte dining options Monday through Saturday and there is also a bar. Although it is primarily a guest house, there are also self-catering options which range from facilities for singles/couples to renting a complete house which sleeps 8 or more. Guest rooms have en-suite bathrooms with shower, but there are also some with shower/tub combinations. Besides the standard rooms there are two suites, one of which includes an open fireplace.
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