Backpackers in Southern Africa
Welcome to Coast to Coast Backpackers Guide, your easy guide to backpacking hostels and adventure companies in and around South Africa.
Contained in the hundred's of pages are easy ways to make your backpacking travel experience around South Africa enjoyable.
This backpackers site will take you to backpacking hostels starting in Cape Town, moving up the Garden Route into Durban and off to Johannesburg.
You can also find invaluable information on backpackeing hostels in Namibia, Mozambique, Zimababwe, Zambia and Botswana.
Enjoy your backpacking experience around Southern Africa.
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A sanctuary, a volunteer opportunity and a chance to see animals in the wild.
These are usually air-conditioned “luxury buses” which have on-board toilets and a hostess who occasionally offers you a sugary drink or blanket. “Chicken (pack ‘em and stack ‘em) busses” are cheaper, less spacious, more crowded, more likely to be fun (if you have a sense of humour) and more likely to break down. In some areas they may be the only bus service and are unlikely to have a strict timetable.
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Safaris to the Southern Kruger.
They also do horse trails.
Give your soul time and space to breathe.
(Montagu Western Cape,Overberg )
In a quiet neighbourhood with beautiful views of the mountain.
(Northern Beaches,Cape Town)
Community spirit and creativity collide here at Keiskamma House.
This Jeffrey's Bay backpackers is located next to the lagoon and has miles of nature reserve - a truly lovely spot.
(Jeffreys Bay,Sunshine Coast)
Situated within a vibrant Xhosa community overlooking a spectacular untouched beach, this is a true glimpse into rural Africa.
(Coffee Bay,Wild Coast)
Spend an afternoon snorkeling amongst playful Cape Fur seals off the coast of Hout Bay.
(Hout Bay,Cape Town)