4. MAGWA FALLS
For miles along the rugged wild coast in the Eastern Cape, is a feast of natural wonders and waterfalls. One of the waterfalls that are easily accessible is the mighty Magwa Falls which lies in the middle of the 1 800 hectare Magwa tea plantation, South Africa’s last remaining tea estate just outside Lusikisiki. The Magwa waterfall is pretty impressive. The curtain of water falls 142 metres and drops into a narrow canyon formed by seismic movement – a past sudden movement of the earth’s crust along geologic faults, or volcanic activity.