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How To Get To Port St Johns

FROM DURBAN: Take the N2 South to Port Shepstone, continue on to Port Edward and take the R61 through Bizana, Flagstaff and Lusikisiki to Port St Johns. Distance: 363km - approx 5 hours driving time.

FROM EAST LONDON: Follow the N2 north to Mthatha via Butterworth and Dutywa. From Mthatha, follow the R61 to Port St Johns. Distance: 336km - approx 4 1/2 hours driving time.

FROM JOHANNESBURG: Take the N3 towards Durban. At Howick, take Exit 99 for the R617 towards Bulwer, Underberg and Kokstad. Exactly 13 km after Kokstad, turn left onto the R394. After 39km the R394 becomes the R61 through Flagstaff and Lusikisiki to Port St Johns. Distance: 860km - approx 9 1/2 hours driving time.

From Port St Johns town centre: At the first stop sign, turn left over a small bridge. Look for the signs to Second Beach at the third road to the right. Follow the road for approximately 5km until you cross the bridge, then turn left. We're the last building at the end of the road. Download a map of Port St Johns…

GPS: S31.39.04 - E29.30.56

The Gap, an iconic Wild Coast scenic attraction Sunset in Port St Johns
Port St Johns - classic view of Second Beach
GPS: S31.39.04 - E29.30.56 083 374 9669 or 082 400 3335 info@lodgeonthebeach.co.za
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Feel like taking a brisk walk down the coast? Meet Mbuyi and let him take you on a magical 5 day, 66km trip through a completely different world. The hiking trail travels south to Coffee Bay, taking in all the typical scenery of the Wild Coast, as well as an experience of the rich Xhosa culture of the area.
Purple Indigo is an establishment offering pleasant, comfortable Port St Johns accommodation and is ideal for fishermen, having close access to many of the town's famous fishing spots.
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