Amapondo Backpackers Lodge
we have so much activities to do, the backpackers is 5 minutes walk from the beach, Fishing, kayaking and hiking right on our doorstep.
Rock, surf, deep sea and river fishing – remember to get a fishing licence from post office
During June July the sardine rub brings lots of ocean activities
Experience the thrill of a launch through the waves out of the Umzimvubu River Mouth into the Indian Ocean. Ocean trips range from 2 hours to full day and include trips to Brazen head or Waterfall Bluff.
Every year southern right whales migrate from their icy feeding grounds off Antarctica to warmer climates, reaching South Africa in June. The coastal waters teem with the giant animals, mating, calving and rearing their young – and giving whale-watchers spectacular displays of raw power and elegant water acrobatics.
Our staff are friendly and always willing to help. Volunteers can expect to learn from them and learn Xhosa and the Xhosa culture.
The Mpondo people, also called amaMpondo, are a Xhosa-speaking peoples found in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, more specifically what used to be the Transkei region
Our staff can help you learn more about the local food and plants.
Teach you to play Drums and beading
We are more a family that work together and party together when the time is calling for party.