Double Mouth

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Showing off with magnificent coastline views, dolphin spotting and glorious sunrises to start the day off inspired, Double Mouth Nature Reserve makes for an idyllic family friendly adventure destination offering camping, walking trails and hiking, mountain biking, safe swimming and diving. Remnants from the shipwreck – Santo Espiritu that ran aground in 1608 just off Black rock between Haga- Haga – ‘money cowries’ (cowrie shells used as money to buy goods), carnelian beads (red in colour and were mined in India over a century ago) and Chinese blue and white ming porcelain shards can be found in the shingle and sand at what has become known as ‘Bead Beach’, between Black rock and the Quko river at Double mouth.
Activity Permits

Activity permits are temporary form of permission giving private operators approval to host lawful activities within the protected area/ nature reserves.

These activities range from lifestyle events such as weddings, music festivals to adventure and nature based activities such as trail running, cycling, horse riding, canoeing etc. For more information, and to apply for an activity permit, please contact Ms Siyasanga Mabuyane or Mr Bulelani Silangwe at or

Please be advised that an approved activity permit can only be used once for the event/activity applied for.

General Information

Campsite ( 6 persons maximum x 30 sites):
R342/site/night (off peak) R456/site/night (peak)


  • Camping
  • Caravanning
  • Hiking
  • Picnicking
  • Bird watching
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Surfing
  • Canoeing

Nearby Attractions

  • The Morgan Bay Cliffs
  • Gxara Village visits
  • Climbing and abseiling
  • Morganville Motorcycle Museum
  • Golf at Kei mouth Country Club
  • Cape Morgan Lighthouse
  • Keimouth
  • The Bushbuck Trail
  • Bowls at the Morgan Bay Bowling Green
  • Wild Coast Horseback Adventures
  • Pont at Kei river
  • Morgan Bay Hotel
  • Miarestate
  • Haga Haga

Contact Info

Reserve Number
Reserve Manager
Lat: -25.8015239
Long: 28.3344946
Office hours

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