NELSON MANDELA MUSEUM: The main museum is situated in Mthatha, Mvezo and Qunu. The museum offer visitors an inspiring life journey of Nelson Mandela and exhibits Mandela’s book “Long Walk to Freedom”.
COFFEE BAY/HOLE IN THE WALL: Hole in the wall, or Eskaleni ‘the place of noise’ is a geological wonder created by the constant erosion over millennia of a combination of the Mpako River’s outpouring and Wild Coast waves pounding a free standing rock about 100 m from the mainland.
NDULI NATURE RESERVE: Nduli Nature Reserve is situated in a valley approximately 3km south of Mthatha on Nelson Mandela Drive.
WSU: The University was established in 1976 within the historical context of the apartheid and the request of the government of the Transkei homeland.
MTHATHA COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE: The centre is a community based organization that was formed in 1995. The Art Centre promotes art and culture by developing opportunities for local artists focusing on visual art and craft, language and literature, theatre and performing art and music.
JONOPO TRADITIONAL VILLAGE: The village is situated in Qunu Administrative Area near Mthatha. It is only few kilometers away from Nelson Mandela Residence in Qunu. A beautiful green herbal garden, fresh smell of cultural vibration that helps restores the enthusiasm of connecting to traditional roots in Jonopo Village. Jonopo traditional village gives you an insight to the traditions and customs of the Xhosa people, talk about the initiations, sangoma’s, craft shops, etc.
MABHELENI & MTHATHA DAM
Mthatha Dam: The dam that quenches the town’s thirst and also provides facilities for outdoor activities, such as picnicking and water sports.
Mabheleni Dam: Mabheleni is situated about 42 km from Mthatha within the Langeni and Mhlahlane forest range. It provides magnificent setting for fly fishing and trout fishing. The road to the dam branches off the R61 on your way to Queenstown.