The campsite is a joint venture between the Mbotyi Community and Mbotyi River Camp Site. It is managed by the Mbotyi Camp Site Trust. The Camp Site does not form part of the Lodge and is a separate business with its own shareholders. The Camp Site facilities and those of the Lodge are for the specific use of the guests of each venue and there are no reciprocal rights between the two. The campsite has no telephones at present, therefore bookings are made by lodge staff at Mbotyi River Lodge. This is simply done to assist the Campsite trust. The
Browsing: Wild Coast (Transkei & Ciskei)
Yellowwood Forest Campsite in Morgan Bay is a unique camping paradise on the Eastern Cape’s Wild Coast. Enjoy camping in our peaceful forested campground on the banks of the Inchara River, or in our rustic self-catering accommodation, surrounded by enormous trees and lush riverine vegetation. Yellowwood Forest Campsite is a tranquil Garden of Eden offering unique Morgan Bay accommodation. Camp, caravan or stay in a thatched loft or rustic bush camp accommodation. This riverside campground, under huge forest trees, is a bird watcher’s paradise offering safe, sheltered camping for nature lovers and school groups. For campers there are a variety
Cremorne Estate Holiday Resort lies at the foot of Mount Sullivan Forest Reserve, on the bank of the Mzimvubu River which flows down for another 3 and half kilometres, bursting into the Indian Ocean. Cremorne Estate lies opposite Mount Thesiger Forest Reserve which has a Landing Strip on the flat top with magnificent views of the ocean and surrounding hills and valleys. Port St John’s town lies at the Mzimvubu river mouth and is surrounded by towering cliffs and unspoilt forests. Mount Thesiger and Mount Sullivan are home to Vervet monkeys, Samango monkeys, Baboons, rock and tree Hyraxes, Genets, Otters
Located literally a few metres from the Inchara Lagoon, Morgan Bay is just a short walk from the sand and surf. The large caravan sites each feature their own braai, electrical point and breathtaking views.