First there was the Strandloper Hiking Trail…
now we have pleasure in introducing the NEW!
Strandloper Sundowner Trail!
|No more back packs!||No more cold showers!||No more long drops!|
|No cooking!||No sleeping bags!||No more bunk beds!|
You want to hike along the coast and enjoy the beautiful scenery and fauna and flora – but you don’t want to lug your backpack along and stay in basic overnights or suffer cold showers! You don’t want to make any meals…
No problem – take the Strandloper Sundowner Trail
We now offer you the laid back way to do the Strandloper Hiking Trail. Hike from Trennery’s to Chintsa East the luxury way. You carry only your daypack with a picnic lunch, drinking water or juice. Enjoy the nature along the way, have time to take in the beautiful views. No lugging of your backpack. No aching back, legs and feet! Arrive at your evening destinations relaxed after your leisurely stroll along the coast and enjoy a long hot shower or bath. Enjoy sundowners on arrival, dinner and your own comfortable bed. The next morning have a relaxing breakfast before you start hiking to the next comfortable destination stopping for a picnic lunch along the way.
Your 4-night 5-day package will cost you from only R6 000 per person. (Trennery’s/Seagulls to Chintsa). This includes dinner, bed, breakfast, a packed picnic lunch for your hiking days, all shuttling costs and baggage transfers. (This is for 10 – 12 hikers)
Also available is a 5-night 6-day package (Kob Inn to Morgan Bay) (from R7 000 per person).
If you are only 2 hikers will pay R 7 500 pp for 4 nights and R 9 000 pp for 5 nights. For quotes e-mail Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will spend your first night at Crawford’s Cabins, on the magnificent Chintsa East beach. The next day after breakfast you will be shuttled to Trennery’s Hotel, crossing the Great Kei River on the motorised ferry. Here you can hike to the Jacaranda that shipwrecked on the beach in 1972, or visit the Gates with Trevor’s Trails. The next day after breakfast onto Kei Mouth/Morgan Bay where you can visit the world-renowned Hazel Jefferies shell collection and other items of interest. Day 3 sees you heading for Haga Haga, crossing the famous Morgan’s Bay cliffs, following the yellow Strandloper footprints (no rock climbing) cross the Quko River onto Marsh Strand and Haga Haga Hotel. The last day of your journey sees you hiking past Land’s End, Pullen’s Bay and Cape Henderson, where you will leave the rock shelf and onto a 12km stretch of dazzling beach (Beach as far as the eye can see), to Crawford’s Cabins to collect your vehicles
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Book now – don’t miss out on this unforgettable hike. Out of season bookings only.