Visiting the Keiskamma Trust is an absolute must. Contact Andy Hofmeyr (082-600-7341) or Cebo Mvubu (063-173-3133) to view the ‘Keiskamma Altarpiece’. The Trust’s fabric artworks are sold in the shop, at outlets overseas or online at keiskamma.org.
You’ll find the Music Academy opposite Snow Goose bottle store.
Guide Alan Booth will take you on an amazing canoeing trip between the islands on the estuary. From R250 pp, canoes included. 082-783-1288
There’s rock, surf and estuary fishing. Locals at the pub are a good source of info on where to go, and what bait to use.
Birding guide Roy Dowling will find you numerous forest, sea and estuarine species. 072-348-3154
One of the nicest of countless walks is to Umtana River Mouth, 6km along the beach to the right; return along the beach or through the forest. 4x4s can also do the forest route.
Treasure hunt southwards along the beach for a plethora of shells and perhaps a shard of Qing porcelain.
Watch Susan Palisa dance, see Vuyisile Gaba’s beach art, as well as an umlungu wedding Hamburg style on YouTube (search their names).