All eight bedrooms have their own unique style and feel. Each with their own entrance from the garden is extremely comfortable with remote air conditioning and television and everything else the Tourism Grading Council of S.A. deems essential for ...
Via Cassiandra 3 is a luxury fully air-conditioned, secured unit situated in near the Boardwalk Shopping Mall & Bay Hospital. Only 5 minutes drive from harbour, Alkant Beach & Richardsbay Ski-boat club.
Via Lalicia 11 is a luxury fully air-conditioned and secured townhouse . . Three bedrooms , 2 bathrooms and double garage. Open living area. Wheelchair-friendly .
Central situated close to hospital, Broadwalk Shopping centre cul de sac stree
Aristo Manor offers both the corporate or leisure guest all the comforts of a private home in true 5 star luxury styling. Set in the leafy suburb of Birdswood, guests can enjoy peace and quiet yet are minutes away from the airport, CBD and local attractio
Beach Dunes no 5 is a luxury secured duplex unit situated in Trappie Truter Draai in Meerensee within walking distance from Alkant strand, the Caravan Park, Strandloper Cafe and Richards Bay ski-boat club.
Fish Eagles boasts 3 separate self catering cottages nestled in a beautifully landscaped garden skirting the golf course with lagoon and beach views.
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
Mtunzini - A village blessed with a sub tropical climate offering stunning views over the Umlalazi Nature Reserve and the warm Indian Ocean is set in a Nature Conservancy and has no high rise buildings.
A three bedroom, second floor self catering cottage in a garden in Mtunzini. The cottage is an independent unit away from the main house. The spacious cottage sleeps eight
A Zulu name for a settlement in the heart of a region ruled by Zulu kings for
centuries, Empangeni was named for the Mpange trees which lined the banks of the
Mpangeni stream running through the valley in which the town is located.
Initially a mission station for the Norwegian Missionary Society in 1851,
Empangeni now serves as the commercial, industrial and communications centre for
a large sugar cane and timber industry. Easily accessed via the N2 highway,
Empangeni lies 170 kilometres north of Durban and 30 kilometres inland from the
Port of Richards Bay on KwaZulu-Natal's North Coast.
The two hundred and ninety five hectare Enseleni Nature Reserve, whose name is isiZulu for 'lair of the badger' is situated 14 kilometres north east of Empangeni. The reserve consists mainly of coastal grasslands and forest, with the Nseleni river running through it. For bird watching enthusiasts the reserve boasts a variety of rare species which include African finfoot, purple crested lourie, Pels fishing owl, white-eared barbet and three species of elusive nightjars, Mozambique, fiery necked and European. Enseleni Nature Reserve is also home to an interesting array of wildlife which includes giraffe, wildebeest, zebra, impala, reedbuck, waterbuck, bushbuck, bushpig, red, blue and grey duiker, hippopotamus, crocodile, large spotted genet and bushbaby. The reserve has two trails running through it, the seven kilometer long Nkonkoni trail and the Mvubu trail which takes one over a shorter distance of two kilometeres. Both of these trails provide visitors with magnificent scenery and excellent opportunities for viewing the wildlife of the reserve.
Popular among visitors to the area is the Empangeni Art and Crafts Centre located in the Empangeni CBD, where one can view and purchase a variety of arts and crafts made by the local communities. The centre also hosts exciting street theatre, enthralling Zulu storytelling and lively jazz sessions. Nearby, Jabulani Crafts offers an excellent variety of Zulu curios and artifacts, ideal for gifts and souvenirs made by physically handicapped persons.
Empangeni Art & Cultural Museum located in Turnbull Street is housed in an old building which was built by local sugar farmers in 1916. The hall was originally used for various meetings, weddings, church services, as a library and later as a gym before being decided upon that the building be used as a museum. The hall was once used as a movie theatre and patrons would make bookings by placing a stone on their seat. The museum has permanent displays of traditional Zulu heritage art, and the developments of the local sugar farming industry, not to mention a large collection of oil paintings and regular temporary exhibits of local art. Highlights of the museum include old photographs of early sugar farms and displays of traditional Zulu clothing and crafts.
For keen golfers, there is the Empangeni Country Club with its 18 hole Golf Course which was established in the early 1900's.
The club also offers tennis, golf, bowls, squash and conference facilities. Enjoying all the usual amenities expected of a centre this size and with the added attraction of South Africa's largest port close by, visitors can indulge in a range of other outdoor activities which include spear fishing, skydiving and speedboat racing.