South Africa
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The Cape Morgan Lighthouse is one of only 4 lighthouses along the West Coast. It is also the most easterly lighthouse on the Cape Coast and only 3 km’s west of the Great Kei River mouth easily accessible along a gravel road.

There is a path that leads down from the lighthouse to some great fishing spots before carrying on to Morgan Bay. This lighthouse lies within a beautiful coastal forest and it peeks up above the stunning indigenous forest line that runs along the beach.

Candlepower 615 000 C.D.
Character of Light Two flashes every 10 seconds
Installation Date 05 February 1964
Range 24 sea miles
Structure 12 metre aluminium tower with a daymark 
Type of Light Revolving electric (unattened)
Other features Mains supply with one diesel/alternator set 

Cape Morgan was constructed in 1964 as a fully automated lighthouse. The stone chance lantern sits atop a 12-meter high lattice tower which is always beautiful to see. To reach the lighthouse, take a scenic walk along the beach, travel up a path along the hill to the old mine’s seawater pump station and then a little further you will see this noteworthy structure.

Things to do and see

  • Lighthouse Viewing from outside
  • Morgan Bay Beach
  • Nature Reserve-Coastal Forest walks


There is no admission fee, viewing is permitted.

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