The Ingquza Hill area has good tourist potential. The undulating plains, Savannah grasslands and the unspoilt coast combine to make striking scenic beauty. Places such as Msikaba, Mkhambathi, Mbotyi and the mainland as well as the Magwa falls, Magwa Tea and the Mkhambathi Game Reserve also offer great opportunities.
The unspoilt environment that covers the coastal area and indigenous forests could be developed as major attractions for tourism. There is a strong cultural and historic heritage in this area. Most notable is Ngquza where innocent people were gunned down by the apartheid regime.
The Pondoland culture and its history, which remains strong, could be developed and marketed as a major tourism product. This could also form part of the rural tourism network linked with other tourism products within and outside the municipal area.