Whale & Dolphin

Whale & Dolphin

The Haven Hotel has spectacular views of the Wild Coast sea and its not uncommon to see pods of dolphin or migratory whales passing by. BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS Occur all year round in small groups of 30-60 animals. COMMON DOLPHINS Occur in the winter months with annual...
Fishing

Fishing

The Wild Coast’s Haven Hotel has long been considered one of the prime spots in the country for catching Kob and Pig-nosed Grunter. Many of the fish caught in this area have become part of fishing folklore. The Mbashe river mouth and surrounding Wild Coast coastline...
Tree Spotting

Tree Spotting

The reserve is probably most valuable for its flora, There are many species of trees plants and grasses which are under pressure. Farming, harvesting of natural resources and fire contributes to a shrinking environment in which many species are able to grow. The...
Canoeing

Canoeing

There are 2 estuaries and the Mbashe river which are accessible from the hotel. Canoes are available at the Mpenzu estuary and Mbashe River.  You are likely to see fish jumping, may encounter a leguaan (monitor lizard) or hear the call of a fish eagle. The Mbanyana...
Bird Watching

Bird Watching

The Haven is bordered on the one side by the Indian Ocean and on the other by rugged grasslands of the Dwesa and Cwebe Nature Reserves. Both Wild Coast reserves are primarily covered by lowland forest but closer to the shore the forests give way to acacia scrub and...
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