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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Morgan bay

    double mouth is a absolute must do. nothing like it. open spaces, brilliant sea views. parks board. As the crow flies, our farm is 6kms inland from double mouth..
    yellow wood is nice. in a forest, hippy type. private.
    Morgan bay caravan park. very nice setting. right by the beach. private.

    kei mouth.
    is a municipal setup, nice - good luck.


    Trennerys Hotel has nice sites. look them up.


    We have a big lawn, 14 bedrooms and 850ha of wild camping. look us up. come past for a beer.

    The other sites I will up date after Easter, my brother is doing the route.
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    Current off-road vehicles: *** Great family accommodation. See Facebook, Google maps and airbnb. Mkulu Kei at Wild Wind Ranch
    * 1975/8 SHREK LAND-CRUISER FJ40 DIESEL P/U, BFG 31x10.5 muds. 1.6 ton tirfor winchs
    * 1994 LAND-CRUISER J70 DIESEL P/U, my truck recovery vehicle. 15000 warn winch. And 3.5ton tirfor winch. Back full of appropriate sized recovery gear. BFG31x10.5 muds
    * 2014 LAND-CRUISER LX V8 76 DIESEL STATION WAGON, BFG's 285 all terrain.

    * 2011 HILUX 4X4 P/U, BFG 31x10.5 all terrain
    * 1999 PAJERO 3.5 V6 Mitsubishi (sorry not a Toyota), BFG 31x10.5 all terrain
    * 2006 FORD ranger 2.5 diesel. 4x4, (what was I thinking, also not a Toyota!) I have a spare 5000 warn winch I might fit.
    * 2011 ISUZU bakkie 4x4
    * MERCEDES UNIMOG U416.
    * FIONA - Rhino Yamaha 660 4x4. Warn winch. Mud tyres
    * 4x4 trailer, 1987, BFG all terrain
    * GSA 1200 BMW ADVENTURE LC 2018, the closest motorbike to a land cruiser. And a Honda 200
    * A Massey Fergusson 375 tractor. And a John Deere E140 2020 tractor




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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Quote Originally Posted by K-9 View Post
    Morgan bay

    double mouth is a absolute must do. nothing like it. open spaces, brilliant sea views. parks board. As the crow flies, our farm is 6kms inland from double mouth..
    yellow wood is nice. in a forest, hippy type. private.
    Morgan bay caravan park. very nice setting. right by the beach. private.

    kei mouth.
    is a municipal setup, nice - good luck.


    Trennerys Hotel has nice sites. look them up.


    We have a big lawn, 14 bedrooms and 850kms of wild camping. look us up. come past for a beer.

    The other sites I will up date after Easter, my brother is doing the route.
    Thanks K-9. What is the weather like in September to October in the area?
    The humble person makes room for progress; the arrogant person believes they’re already there.
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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Weather is good all year round.

    It can get cold due to the wind and the wind always blows, it worse than PE.
    Current off-road vehicles: *** Great family accommodation. See Facebook, Google maps and airbnb. Mkulu Kei at Wild Wind Ranch
    * 1975/8 SHREK LAND-CRUISER FJ40 DIESEL P/U, BFG 31x10.5 muds. 1.6 ton tirfor winchs
    * 1994 LAND-CRUISER J70 DIESEL P/U, my truck recovery vehicle. 15000 warn winch. And 3.5ton tirfor winch. Back full of appropriate sized recovery gear. BFG31x10.5 muds
    * 2014 LAND-CRUISER LX V8 76 DIESEL STATION WAGON, BFG's 285 all terrain.

    * 2011 HILUX 4X4 P/U, BFG 31x10.5 all terrain
    * 1999 PAJERO 3.5 V6 Mitsubishi (sorry not a Toyota), BFG 31x10.5 all terrain
    * 2006 FORD ranger 2.5 diesel. 4x4, (what was I thinking, also not a Toyota!) I have a spare 5000 warn winch I might fit.
    * 2011 ISUZU bakkie 4x4
    * MERCEDES UNIMOG U416.
    * FIONA - Rhino Yamaha 660 4x4. Warn winch. Mud tyres
    * 4x4 trailer, 1987, BFG all terrain
    * GSA 1200 BMW ADVENTURE LC 2018, the closest motorbike to a land cruiser. And a Honda 200
    * A Massey Fergusson 375 tractor. And a John Deere E140 2020 tractor




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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Has anybody done this trip lately? Would appreciated latest information on road conditions and suggested route to travel.

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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Quote Originally Posted by Zaberbl View Post
    Has anybody done this trip lately? Would appreciated latest information on road conditions and suggested route to travel.
    Hopefully K9 that posted above your post will come back with some information. He lives in the area on a farm with some nice looking camping. He gave me great advice when I was looking at a trip to the area. If he doesn't reply soon, send him a PM.
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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Thanks. Will do

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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    So we back and holiday long forgotten.

    We travelled the shorter gravel route from Morgans Bay to Coffee Bay from where we drove out to Hole-In-The-Wall which was an easy drive.

    The gravel roads are fine if you drive slow to miss the potholes. Looks like the local people have been contracted to fix the potholes of roads running through their villages of which there are many.

    Overall no hassles and the Wild Coast remains a beautiful unspoilt peace of SA

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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    I'LL be doing Coffee bay to Morgans Bay VIA Trennerys Hotel and the ferry in the next few days. It's been raining some, so it should be fun.

    If anyones interested in a camping site that has no ablutions or anything, north of Coffee bay there's a place called Mapuzi River mouth. A bit challenging to get to with a caravan especially in the wet, but wow, what a spot! See pic
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    Default Re: Morgan Bay to Hole in the Wall

    Mapuzi is indeed a lovely area, shady. Getting to it with a caravan would indeed be a challenge in the wet, but the real challenge is getting out in the wet with or without a caravan. Some steep climbs on clay soils to get out.
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