We are a smaller backpackers with an easy going, relaxed vibe, Centrally located slap bang in the middle of town. It's a five minute walk to one of the best blue flag beaches in Mossel bay and five minutes to some of the best restaurants in town. Situated above White Shark Africa and Electrodive - you could roll out of bed and into Adventure. Our knowledgeable staff can arrange anything that takes your fancy and even help you with planning and booking the rest of your trip. Situated on the second floor we have brilliant views over the bay, with spacious living areas and various alcoves to socialise or chill and catch up with your social media pages on our fast free wi-fi. Fancy whipping up a storm in our huge fully equipped kitchen, remember the supermarket is just next door for any last minute shopping. With our attention to detail we excel at making sure your days are packed with activities. 

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Why Stay @Mile Crunchers

  • Coolest Hostel in town!
  • Friendly and knowledgeable staff
  • Large communal area - great place to meet new people
  • Excellent location
  • Walking distance to nightlife, restaurants and other attractions
  • Large private rooms
  • Baz Bus stop
  • Free wifi
  • Open view Tv in Rooms
  • Bar fridge in room
  • Free Coffee & Cookies
  • Pool Table
  • Dart board
  • Board Games
  • Booking agency, with the best advice.
  • Hot breakfast available on order at an additional charge.

Nearby Attractions

Point Of Human Origins

Point of Human Origins is a cave home to those old burnt stones that were used to make fire. These stones are over a thousand years old and are quite an impressive watch. Take a guided tour for better insights to the history of the cave. 

St. Blaize Trail

The St. Blaize Trail is indeed long but worthwhile. The trail exhibits exquisite views of its surroundings including the lighthouse and cave and is rich with flora and fauna. As the trail is long, you could choose to cover it in parts. The trail starts at the cave and makes it path clinging to cliffs all the way up. There are benches on the way to rest for a while if the climb tires you.

Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex

Inaugurated in the year 1989, the Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex is home to mountain tortoises, ducks, museum cats, and a shop that sells postcards, stamps, books, souvenirs, and small gifts. The Dias Museum Complex features:
The Post Office Tree | A Maritime Museum
A Shell Museum | The Granary
Dias Spring | An Ethno-botanic Garden, Braille Trail, and Field Gardens
The Munro's Hoek Cottages