Mount Fletcher is a Town in Joe Gqabi District Municipality in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, 69 km North-North-East of Maclear. Mount Fletcher is named after Reverend John Fletcher, founder of the first mission established by the British Methodists in 1882. First inhabited by the Hlubi tribe, the area is now home to the Basotho, Amahlubi, Amampondomise, Bathembu and Baphuthi tribes.
While the region has all of the natural beauty of the Ugie and Maclear areas, organised tourism here is limited. However, for the Cultural or Heritage Tourist, there remains much to be seen.
In 2022, the Town was officially renamed Tlokoeng which means "place of the Tlokoa clan", in Sesotho. The Provincial Hospital in Tlokoeng is named Tayler Bequest.
Accommodation in Mount Fletcher includes B&B's, Guesthouses and self catering. Activities in and around Mount Fletcher include: Hiking, mountain biking, fishing and bird watching.

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-30° 41' 24.0156", 28° 29' 33.142"