Enjoy our spacious private Bird Friendly 2 bedroomed self-catered accommodation in the heart of nature, surrounded by lush Indigenous trees & garden where we have an abundance bird life
The lodge boasts 22 beautifully constructed wooden chalets. Each chalet is fully equipped for 3 to 5 people, some with a loft room for the children, and each offers a private sundeck with a barbeque area. A large sparkling swimming pool and ...
Raphia on Sea is a lovely self contained apartment with a lounge and kitchen, 2 bedrooms one with a king size bed the other with 2 beds. Full cable/ DStv with aircon, fully serviced.
Baton Rouge on Sea is an elegantly furnished bed and breakfast. It is situated high on a residential ridge, with spectacular views of the nearby Indian Ocean and Umlalazi Lagoon which is nestled in lush coastal forests...
Chase Guest House is a traditional sugar farm homestead in a beautiful garden bordering Eshowe, offering country hospitality, healthy breakfasts and personal service. Relax in two spacious, up-market well-appointed double garden cottages
Fish Eagles boasts 3 separate self catering cottages nestled in a beautifully landscaped garden skirting the golf course with lagoon and beach views.
A Kings View Boutique Guesthouse stands majestically overlooking natural forest, ambling hills and the Indian Ocean in the distance. Stunning panoramic views fit for royalty. First-of-its-kind in Eshowe, our Guesthouse is Boutique in every sense of the wo
Tugela Mouth is a small, quiet town on the KZN north coast, on the northern bank of the uThukela River - about an hour's drive from Durban as well as from Richards Bay.
Located on the KZN North Coast, about 90Kms from Durban or Richards Bay, Agape self-catering, secure and pet friendly Beach house is beautifully situated, with magnificent river and sea views and has direct access to the beach.
All 19 Rooms and Family Suites are scattered in the extensive grounds amongst tropical trees and palms. Our Bird Rooms come with double or twin beds, en-suite showers, ceiling fans, 5-channel TV's (DStv available in lounge) and covered patios, and...
Nautilhouse is a beachfront house in Zinkwazi Beach which can accommodate 10 people.Most of the rooms are air-conditioned.Nice kitchen. TV. Swimming pool. Four garages. Direct access to the beach.Large garden.Excellent security system.Pets welcome.
Black Rock Beach Cottage is a double storey house with a separate little flat in the garden and is situated right on the beach front. The Top section sleeps 10, the Bottom section sleeps 6 and the little Flatlet sleeps 4. These units can be taken ...
Shack By The Sea is a free standing, three bedroomed self-catering guest house situated in Panorama Drive Zinkwasi Beach KZN North Coast.
Set in indigenous milkwood forest with private access to a beautiful stretch of beach, this sunny house has a large covered deck overlooking the forest with views to the sea, and lawned areas perfect for children to play.
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 ...
Glenview, is a neat, spacious double storey house that offers all the comforts of home, with a pool, stunning sea views, Pub, Satellite TV and access to the beach is +-500m from the house. It is self catering and sleeps 8.
Prince's Grant boasts stunning private beaches and a world-class golf coarse. You’ll love our beach house because of the lovely sea views, the spacious bedrooms, the open-plan kitchen dining room and lounge area perfect for big families.
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.
"Gin Gin, I love you" is what the town of Gingindlovu was dubbed by British soldiers after a major battle victory here during the Anglo-Zulu war. A memorial at the site commemorates the 13 British soldiers who lost their lives during the battle. Zulu casualties were estimated at around 1,000 of a 10,000 strong force. Actually a Zulu expression, meaning "swallower of the elephant", Gingindlovu was also the site of an earlier battle between V and his brother Mbulazi in 1856, which ultimately decided the kingship of the Zulu Nation. The victor was the historically well known, King Cetshwayo, who then built a kraal here, naming it Gingindlovu.
Situated on the N2, the highway linking the Ports of Durban and Richards Bay, Gingindlovu is the first town reached after crossing the Tugela River. A small commercial centre and the junction for a branch railway line to Eshowe, Gingindlovu visitors are within easy reach of all the Zululand attractions, the closest being Amatikulu Nature Reserve, a mere 20 kilometres away from the town.
Amatikulu Nature Reserve covers a total area of 2100.3 Ha, and is located on the southern bank of the Amatikulu river. The reserve is flanked by an uninterrupted strip of sandy beaches and coastal dunes which make their transition into a series of undulating sandy hills as one moves further into the reserve. The Amatikulu Nature Reserve consists largely of grasslands, riverine, bush thickets, and swamp forests which makes itself home to a large variety of wildlife which include giraffe, impala, zebra, Kudu, and reedbuck which are reasonably easy to come across, while smaller creatures like blue duiker, small spotted genet, and various species of mongoose prefer to be elusive. The reserve also proves to be a bird watching paradise, boasting an impressive variety of some three hundred species, making it a highlight of the Zululand Birding Route.
Other outdoor activities in the Gingindlovu area canoeing on the Amatikulu Estuary and Nyoni River, and boating though crafts with engines larger than 15 hp are not permitted. The beach is rather easily accessible, and provides good opportunities for surf angling. Fishing in the estuary can also prove to be an extremely rewarding experience with decent sized grunter, salmon, stumpnose bream, rockcod, shad, and barracuda mostly being pulled out there. Other attractions in the Gingindlovu area include tours of the various Anglo-Zulu war battle field sites, and keen golfers can squeeze in a few rounds at the Amatikulu country club.