Ever been to the Wild Coast? No? Well you should!
The Wild Coast in South Africa lives up to its name in so many ways. It's a beautiful stretch of coastline over 600km long that stretches from East London in the south to Port Shepstone in the north.
The terrain is undulating with deep kloofs (valleys) where the rivers run into the sea and for this reason, it was always considered too expensive to build a coastl road. As such, the local population of isiXhosa people and the splendid wildlife has been left untouched for pretty much the last 200 years.
We really enjoyed this great article from Justin Fox, editor at Getaway Magazine, South Africa about a recent visit he made there.
"The beautiful, sleepy hills between Qolora and Kei Mouth have had a turbulent past. Hunting down history, Justin Fox finds this corner of the Wild Coast is now as peaceful as can be, starting with the pool where a 19th-century prophetess saw visions that resulted in a great disaster for her people....."