When the great African coastline was formed one part of it was left rugged, wild and untamed. This section of our coastline is home to the AmaMpondo People, a sub-Kingdom of the mighty Xhosa speaking group of South Africans.
For 300 years, the Xhosa have been the custodians of this gem in our country, living in their colourful huts that dot this green, pastoral landscape. The area is still very rural, traditional, with a very basic road network. It is on these roads, and many kilometres of legal jeep tracks that we will explore the rugged coastline, shipwrecks, pristine estuaries and crystal waterfalls.