Mazeppa Bay is a small seaside hamlet that offers wide-open beaches, interesting trails, good fishing and friendly, relaxed and affordable holiday accommodation to boot.
Mazeppa Bay Beach House
The Mazeppa Bay Beach House is located directly on the main beach at Mazeppa Bay on the unspoilt Wild Coast and boasts panoramic views of the Indian ocean from the wooden deck at the front of the house. A private pathway leads through the wild palms onto the beach.
Affordable self catering accommodation suitable for couples, families or large fishing groups, with the luxury access of resort facilities including a magnificent swimming pool, tennis court, cocktail bar, TV lounge & restaurant dining.
The Mazeppa Bay Hotel is nestled in a beautiful setting of palms and tropical plants above the broad beach and has a very relaxed atmosphere where guests can comfortably walk around without shoes and leave the stresses of everyday life behind. Mazeppa Bay Hotel has 3 stars, and is AA Highly Recommended, with a choice of family or double rooms, as well as two honeymoon suits.
A sunrise over the ocean every morning and a sunset from the deck every night. Dolphins and Whales from your window. A short stroll down to the beach. Swimming and fishing, sand boarding and surfing. This is the Sunrise Cottage - a piece of South African paradise awaits your arrival...
This route takes you back up the hill you came down when entering Mazeppa Bay. Then turns left into the Manubi forest. The route cuts through the centre of the forest and comes out on the other side, where you follow a cattle trail down to the Ngqwara river. Cross the river and head up the hill to a little rural village. Join in on the villages roads until you come out on a gravel road that takes you back to the main gravel road to Mazeppa Bay.
Mazeppa Bay is a great spot for game fishing, particularly for garrick and various species of shark. Popular spots include the island and Shark Point, where the water runs deep very close to the shore, allowing easy access to game fish.
Fishing Spot, Mazeppa Bay
Mazeppa Bay beach
Shop, Mazeppa Bay
Drive along the N2 national highway to Butterworth and take the R409 turnoff. Follow it for 31km and turn left at the Petrol Station as you enter Centane. Turn left again after 7km and then right after a further 8km. From here it's a 27km drive to Mazeppa Bay.