is a company based in Port St Johns on The Wild Coast of South Africa, and specializes in Accommodation, Travel and Tours in the area formerly known as "Transkei".
Wildcoaster is divided into 3 entities,
- Back2back - Tours, Trails and Adventures
- Time2travel - Accommodation, Shuttle, Transfers and Travel Bookings
- The Lodge on the Beach - The closest you will get to the beach on the Wild Coast
The Lodge on the Beach
The Lodge on the Beach, is a guest house situated right on the beach and probably the closest you will get anywhere along the Wild Coast. There are three rooms at The Lodge on the Beach, all of which are sea facing overlooking the length of Second Beach, a rustic community consisting of three accommodation establishments, two quirky restaurants and a local shebeen.
All rooms, the large shaded veranda and the braai area have magnificent views of the ocean, lagoon and forest with 'The Gap and Blowhole' in the background and Bulolo River and Lagoon at your doorstep. Each room has a small sundeck and private bathroom which is not en-suite.
The Lodge on the Beach has a relaxed atmosphere and is most suitable for couples and small families who wish to be a stone’s throw away from the ocean and lagoon. It is also a good place to start the 'Port St Johns to Coffee Bay Hike' from, as we are right at the beginning of this hike.
The Lodge on the Beach is a bed and breakfast, and dinners can be provided on request. Local fishermen often provide seafood such as crayfish/lobster, fish, mussels and oysters which we prepare for guests. There is also a self-catering option where guests make use of the communal kitchen and braai area. There are also two restaurants namely the 'Delicious Monster' and 'Wood`n Spoon' which are within 50 meters of The Lodge on the Beach.
Once at The Lodge on the Beach there are many things to do without driving anywhere which include relaxing on the beach or in the lagoon, fishing, walking through Silaka Nature Reserve to Third Beach, walk to 'The Gap and Blowhole', hiking to Bulolo Waterfall, and paddling up the Bulolo River.
Michael Gatcke 0824003335
Catherine Yazbek 0833749669
Looking for a good restaurant in Port St Johns? Both Delicious Monster and Wood 'n Spoon are a few steps away from us! If you're looking for alternative accommodation in Port St Johns, try Bamba Lodge, on the other side of the Mzimvubu River.