Panorama House contains a fully equipped kitchen, housing a microwave, fridge/freezer, stove and washing machine. Whilst having breakfast one views the blue ocean and golden beaches of Zinkwazi. There are four bedrooms, sleeping eight and two ...
Casa Isabella is situated in Blythedale Beach which is 50 minutes North of Durban on the North Coast of Kwa Zulu Natal, known as the Dolphin Coast. It consists of 2 townhouses side by side.
Fish Eagles boasts 3 separate self catering cottages nestled in a beautifully landscaped garden skirting the golf course with lagoon and beach views.
There are two double bedrooms on the top floor, sharing a bathroom with shower and there are a sleeper couch and room for a divan in the lounge, on the ground floor for another two persons. There is a guest toilet and wash-basin off the lounge ...
Luxurious apartment with all the comfort and attributes of a home away from home situated in the middle of the secure Prince´s Grant Estate. This is the perfect holiday experience, perfect for golfers and their families.
This luxurious home has been quoted as having one of the most spectacular ocean views on the Prince's Grant Estate. It has five large bedrooms (all with bathrooms/en-suites) accommodating 10 people, an inviting entertainment area with lounge, ...
This tastefully decorated 2 bedroom, 1full suite cottage is very spacious and idea as a family unit, it offers many comforts including : Sea view, Dstv, Air conditioning, over head fans
Welcome to Beachhaven, a three-bedroom self-catering house located on top golf estate, Prince's Grant. The house, which comfortably accommodates 6 people, has WIFI, air-conditioned bedrooms & a private plunge pool.
The small town of Amatikulu is a settlement in the Uthungulu District Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal, but the better known Amatikulu Nature Reserve on the coast is what attracts visitors from nearby Durban, Eshowe, Mtunzini and Richards Bay, making the Amatikulu Nature Reserve a perfect day trip or weekend getaway. Situated on the coast between the Tugela and Amatikulu Rivers, the Amatikulu Nature Reserve is one of the few places where you can see wildlife such as giraffe, zebra, waterbuck and smaller antelope grazing on forested dunes overlooking the sea.
The Amatikulu 4x4 trail is the stretch to spot grassland birds, and it's recommended that visitors cycle the route which takes you through the entire Amatikulu reserve, as being on a bike surrounded by giraffe and zebra is a very special experience. The Amatikulu water pan is also a good spot for birding, but it is advised to keep an eye on the water for crocs. For those who like to canoe, fish, swim and walk the stretches of river and beach, the combination of the beach and water estuaries make the Amatikulu Nature Reserve a wonderful waterland break.
In situations where you are unable to find suitable self catering or Guest house accommodation in Amatikulu, then visit other nearby towns on Where to Stayfor a multitude of Zululand accommodation choices.