Dwesa

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Located on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape, Dwesa – Cwebe combines the appeal of a lush costal forest with rolling open grasslands and a series of rivers and streams meandering through these diverse landscapes. Home to a recorded 290 birding species soaring above the 39 000ha’s of the Dwesa and Cwebe Nature Reserves divided in two by the Mbashe River.

General Information

Peak Rate
2 Sleeper Chalets - R370 per night
4 Sleeper Chalets - R688 per night
Dwesa Campsite - R265 per night
Forest House - R1036 per night
Off-Peak Rate
2 Sleeper Chalets - R339 per night
4 Sleeper Chalets - R656 per night
Dwesa Campsite - R244 per night
Forest House - R957 per night

Activities

  • Swimming
  • Hiking
  • Mountain biking
  • Bird watching
  • Fishing (catch & release - only keep one fish per day - not leave with it)
  • Camping
  • Caravanning
  • Guided and non-guided game viewing (only designated private tour guide)
  • Forest walks
  • Cycling
  • Explore:
    - O’Bell Shipwreck site (1916)
    - mbashe river Estuary (fish breeding site)
    - Kobolo Viewpoint
    - game viewing (crocodiles may be seen)
    - Dwesa Point
    - game viewing
    - Magonya Hills
    - whale and dolphin viewing
    - Mendu point
    - whale and dolphin lookout
    - Mbanyana Falls (Cwebe)
    - Coastal indigenous forest

Nearby Attractions

  • Nqabara river mouth with boat launching site

Contact Info

Reserve Number
+27 (0)43 492 0881
Reserve Manager
+27 (0)43 492 0881
GPS
Office hours