Silaka

Silaka

The beautiful coastal reserve of Silaka lies in a forested valley close to Port St Johns, the jewel of the Wild Coast.

Silaka Nature Reserve covers a total of 400ha, featuring grassland and magnificent indigenous coastal forests along a dramatic piece of coastline.

The primary focus of Silaka Nature Reserve is to conserve the biodiversity of a near pristine example of the Eastern Cape Forest. Bird watchers will enjoy sightings of the Knysna Turaco, Cinnamon Dove, Half-Collared Kingfisher and Grey Cuckooshrike, while water enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the area’s marine life in the tidal rock pools and estuaries.

MAP

Silaka Map

GENERAL INFORMATION

Base Rate
4 Sleeper Chalets- 1-2 person R450/night
Peak Rate
4 Sleeper Chalets- R900/night; 2 Sleeper Chalets-R450/night
Off-Peak Rate
4 Sleeper Chalets- R790/night; 2 Sleeper Chalets- R395/night
Add/Person(Peak)
-
Add/Person(Off-Peak)
-
Units
4 Sleeper Chalets- 15; 2 Sleeper Chalets- 2
Bedrooms
4 Sleeper Chalets-2 Each;2 Sleeper Chalets- 1 Each
Beds
4 Sleeper Chalets- 4 Single; 2 Sleeper Chalets- 2 Single
Bathrooms
4 Sleeper Chalets- 1 Each; 2 Sleeper Chalets- 1 Each
Carrying Capacity
4 Sleeper Chalets- 4 Pax Max; 2 Sleeper Chalets-2 Pax Max
Linen Provided
Yes
Electricity
Yes
Cutlery/Crockery
Yes
Refrigerator
Yes
Braai Facility
Yes (Bring Wood)
Drinking Water
Yes
Cellular Reception
Yes
Wheelchair Access
No
Road Conditions
Fair
Rec. Vehicle
Sedan or 2x4 High clearance LDV

Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency

Physical Address:
6 St Marks Road,
Southernwood,
East London,
5201,
Eastern Cape Province
South Africa

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: Adventure Province Eastern Cape

Twitter: @visit_EC

Telephone: +27(0)43 705 4400

ONLINE BOOKINGS

Reserve Telephone

+27(0)87 2866 523

Reserve Manager

+27(0)71 607 6690

Office Hours

Monday- Thursday

08h00-16h30

Friday - Sunday

08h00-16h00

Nearby Towns

Port St Johns - 7km

Mthatha - 100km

East London - 330km

Durban - 450-500km

GPS

lat -31.6 | long 29.5

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