Crawford's Beach Lodge

Address: 42 Steenbras Drive, Cintsa, Eastern Cape, 5275, South Africa | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge is located on 42 Steenbras Drive, Cintsa.
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      Weekend off in Chintsa

      A travel blog entry by libafrica-usa on Dec 12, 2014

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      ... James. We headed to the 4pm volleyball and free wine, free goon actually, and joined in on many games. It was a lot more fun than I had anticipated. Kerstin and I sat at the dam for a while before heading back to the room and on to dinner. A sit down braai was on the menu, three types of meat and salads. For dessert we were lucky enough to have homemade milk tart from Steve's grandma. It tasted very much like rice pudding but without the rice and in ...

      S.A road trip stop 8

      A travel blog entry by gbrocklebank on Aug 28, 2013

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      Cintsa: Buccaneers backpackers lodge with sea view Highlights: Another great drive carrying on along the Wild Coast, our sea view cabin at Buccaneers, hot sunny walk along the beach, all the beautiful shells on the beach, waking up to a monkey on our ...

      Elephants sometimes sit on cars

      A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jul 06, 2013

      11 photos

      ... to get out to the top. The final tunnel was the postbox, where you slide through this opening that is shaped kind of like a mail slot. All in all the cave was amazing with a ton of crystal and limestone formations. One really cool part was that you could see different water levels as the limestone had been deposited on top of the water table, creating a very solid platform which we actually climbed up and through. After we emerged from the caves, it was time to ...


      A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Jun 29, 2013

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      My stay in Chinsta was short but enjoyable. I only was there for about a day, but enjoyed its views of the river and the beach. The backpacker prepared a Saturday night 3-course traditional African dinner that was pretty good. I awoke to a ...


      A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on May 19, 2012

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... as we lay in bed on the first night, all kinds of wildebeest and antelope, buffalo, scrub-hares, porcupines, zebras and many others. Carl also showed us all the little signs of life that others would miss: explaining how a radiant purple flower grips onto passing animals to spread its seed as well as showing us a termite mound and explaining their part in the eco-system. The most memorable explanation was that of the small circular clumps of twigs suspended from the branches ...