Haga Haga Resort and Self Catering Chalets - Haga Haga, Wild Coast

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Haga Haga, Wild Coast - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

Haga-Haga is a small quiet beach resort on the Wild Coast located just 60 km north of East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The village is nestled between the hills and the sea at the mouth of the Haga-Haga River, where one can sail or paddle ski in the warm shallow waters, or go beachcombing in the craggy rock pools and spacious beaches, all set against the panoramic backdrop of rolling green hills.

The hotel offers 14 en suite rooms with breathtaking views of the ocean and 14 self catering chalets All self catering chalets are sea facing with decks, barbeque facilities, open plan lounge and kitchen. tv, radio, full size fridge, stove, microwave all crockery and cutlery, bedding, linen and towels are supplied. The chalets are serviced daily with the exception of washing the dishes. All you need to bring are your own beach towels and beach umbrella.

To make sure our guests experience the ultimate pleasure during their stay we offer a full English breakfast, A la Carte or carvery in the evenings. Midday meals are served from our Hole in the Wall snack bar. We are renowned for our seafood platter available on request at optional extra. The Sandiwana cocktail bar is situated on the terrace overlooking the Indian Ocean for lunchtime tall drinks to sundown cocktails.

For a business holiday, Haga Haga Resort offers excellent conference facilities with all the equipment you will need, in air-conditioned comfort. Transport to and from the Airport or Station is available.

Haga Haga offers miles of flat rocks, good fishing, rocky outcrops, and ledges and gullies where one can see our enormous rock life. The foreshore is a shell collectors paradise while the more energetic can undertake delightful walks both on the beach or inland. Lunch packs are available for the hikers.

Safe for the family, a shell collectors paradise, rock pools, fantastic sea and bird life, indoor and outdoor games, boating (launching at Kei Mouth), ideal for an enjoyable holiday.

Haga Haga is a little hideaway that remains pristine due to the 13km's of gravel road. If you want to escape then Haga Haga is the perfect place for you and your family. Come and enjoy one of South Africa's best kept secrets.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Haga Haga Resort and Self Catering Chalets, Haga Haga, Wild Coast

Establishment Facilities
  • American Express
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Diners Club
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Non Smoking
  • Phone
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Haga Haga Resort and Self Catering Chalets, Haga Haga, Wild Coast

  • AA Travel Guides
  • Tourism Grading Council

Things to do near Haga Haga, Wild Coast

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Haga Haga Tourism - Haga Haga, Tourism Information

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Haga Haga is a quiet seaside village facing the Indian Ocean only 45 minutes drive from East London on the beautiful and unspoilt Wild Coast of South Africa. There are shelly beaches for collectors nearby, walking trails, the Haga Haga tennis club, golf and horse riding nearby. Haga Haga has an active conservancy which takes care of the local flora and fauna. There is a well stocked library ...

Strandloper Trail - Kei Mouth, Hiking trails

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The Strandloper Trail running from Kei Mouth (Cape Morgan Eco Tourism Centre) to Gonubie truly is a spectacular trail. Between silver beaches and pit-stop hotels are a few natural obstacles - like the Kwelera River with its sharp rocks underfoot. The Strandloper is not only about beaches. The trail takes in estuaries, high cliffs with panoramic views and coastal forests which buzz with birds and insects. ...

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Morgan Bay Tourism - Morgan Bay, Tourism Information

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The climate in Morgan Bay is mild with temperatures seldom below freezing and seldom rising above 35 degrees Celsius. Morgan Bay is situated at a longitude of S 32.69694, latitude of E 28.33382 and an Altitude of 5.4m. Morgs receives most of its rain in summer, it can however enjoy four seasons in one day at any time of the year. It is a malaria-free area. The Morgan Bay coastline has dramatic cliffs ...

Mthata Tourism - Mthatha, Tourism Information

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Mthatha (formerly Umtata) is the main town of the King Sabata Dalindyebo Municipality in Eastern Cape province of South Africa. The town has an airport, previously known by the name K D Matanzima Airport after former leader Kaiser Matanzima. It was a military post for the colonial forces in 1882, and the town itself was founded in 1883, along the banks of the Mthatha River. The Mthatha Dam was constructed ...

Port St Johns Tourism - Port St Johns, Tourism Information

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Port St Johns is surrounded with wonderful sights and experiences for those who want to open themselves enough to relax and let the world around them dictate the pace and the sensory experiences. If you are energetic, however, there is plenty to challenge you, from diving to climbing to trekking. If you are of a sociable nature there are many local people who will take you into their homes and feed ...

Silaka Nature Reserve - Port St Johns, Hiking trails

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This beautiful coastal reserve stretches from Second Beach to Sugarloaf Rock. Trails through the evergreen forest provide the opportunity to see elusive birds, such as, Knysna loerie, cinnamon dove, and grey cuckooshrike. Tall trees are covered with mosses, lichens and epiphytic orchids. Blue duiker and bushbuck are indigenous to the forest. Larger game, such as blesbuck, blue wildebeest and Burchell's ...

Wild Coast North Hiking Trail - Port St Johns, Hiking trails

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Msikaba River to Port St Johns; Open-ended; 80 km The trial commences in beautiful rolling countryside covered by Coastal Grassland. It then traverses relatively flat coastline along which there are a number of examples of raised marine-cut sandstone benches and platforms. The wreck of the English ship, the Grosvenor, that ran aground in 1782, can be seen at Port Grosvenor. The shore becomes increasingly ...

Queenstown Tourism - Queenstown, Tourism Information

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GPS Co-Ordinates: 28° 15' 0" E / 32° 45' 43.2" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Haga Haga Resort and Self Catering Chalets in Haga Haga, Wild Coast

Departing: East London Airport
Address: Settlers Way, East London 5200, South Africa
Distance: 76.0 km / Duration: 1 hour 10 mins
1. Head east toward Settlers Wy/R72 0.3 km
2. Continue straight onto Settlers Wy/R72
Continue to follow R72
Go through 1 roundabout
9.1 km
3. Turn left onto Fitzpatrick Rd/R72
Continue to follow R72
6.3 km
4. Turn right to merge onto N2 toward Mthatha 34.2 km
5. Turn right onto R349 10.8 km
6. Turn right 15.2 km

Nearest Airport

East London Airport - East London

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East London Airport welcomes 346 000 people each year and is a busy yet small national airport that has around 25 flights a day. The creation of the airport was in 1927 with a municipal aerodrome at Woodbrook, it moved several times and in 1965 the airport was moved for the last time to its present location, only 10 kilometres from East London’s city centre.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Haga Haga, Wild Coast

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Haga Haga, Wild Coast » Current Current
Morgan Bay, Wild Coast » 51 mins 45.7 km
Chintsa, Wild Coast » 54 mins 48.6 km
Queenstown, Wild Coast » 2 hours 43 mins 217 km
Port St Johns, Wild Coast » 3 hours 59 mins 302 km
Mbotyi, Wild Coast » 4 hours 54 mins 352 km

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