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  • Kwazulu Natal

    Port Edward

    Located at the point where the mighty Umtamvuna River meets the sea, Port Edward is the southernmost town on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal. This historic South African town is a popular holiday destination, attracting visitors from throughout South Africa as well as internationally – and for good reason. Holiday makers can choose from a wide range of activities, including waterskiing, ...

  • Kwazulu Natal


    KwaZulu Natal is situated on the east coast of South Africa and its shores are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. It enjoys a warm, coastal climate with plenty of sunshine, quite a lot of humidity and a fair amount of light rainfall. This means that the terrain is green and plentiful and visitors can look forward to plenty of great weather. KwaZulu Natal’s climate is generally ...

  • Camping

    Marlon Resort

    If you’re a camping enthusiast, you’ll find that the Marlon Resort is an absolutely breathtaking camping facility with a wide variety of interesting activities for campers to enjoy. Situated between Port Shepstone and Hibberdene in KwaZulu Natal, the resort is only about 25 kilometers from Margate, so it is easily accessible. It is also located near the beach and offers camping sites, ...

  • South Coast

    Banana Express

    The Banana Express has been closed since 2007One of the top attractions on the Kwazulu Natal South Coast is the Banana Express. Offering sight-seers the opportunity to experience a ride on a steam train, the Banana Express is a fantastic way to explore this region of South Africa.

  • Kwazulu Natal

    South Coast

    The South Coast, the 160-kilometer seaboard from Durban to Port Edward on the Eastern Cape border, is a ribbon of seaside suburbs where thousands of upcountry families have built holiday homes along what is the closest stretch of sand to Johannesburg. Although in wilderness terms the area is unexciting, it does have some lovely beaches and ample accommodation, and it wins hands down in ...

  • Kwazulu Natal


    Amanzimtoti earned its name, according to tradition, because it was here that King Shaka slaked his thirst, in the river that took the same name. Toti (toe-tee), as the resort is known to locals, is the largest town along the upper South Coast, yet feels more like a beachside suburb than a city in its own right. Outside weekends and school holidays - when its high-rise ...

  • Kwazulu Natal


    Scottburgh is sited on a prominent headland overlooking the Indian Ocean on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal, a popular holiday resort with golden beaches, tidal pools, fountains and playgrounds for children including a mini-railway.Scottburgh also has all-weather tennis courts, bowling greens and one of the country's best golf courses. Croc World with 10,000 crocodiles, an ...

  • Kwazulu Natal


    The South Coast of KwaZulu Natal is a prime holiday destination, for South Africans and international visitors. With the warm Indian Ocean tumbling onto clean sandy beaches the South Coast is synonymous with fun in the sun – and right in the heart of this sun-soaked paradise is the laid-back town of Margate.