What to do
Besides going to the beach and lounging by the pool, there are many activties in area that are worth a visit.
Crayfish diving and collecting black mussels on the rocks. Permits can be bought at the Post Office in the complex. Wave Bashing: Fun in the low tide pool, with wave bashing. See who can last the longest!
One of the most attractive and popular towns on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast, Scottburgh’s past is steeped in both colonial and traditional Zulu culture. Shaka, King of the Zulu’s, and his entourage were amongst some of the early visitors to this area.
The indigenous coastal forest is renowned for it’s fauna and flora and magnificent vistas. Umdoni is another typically short but testingly old-fashioned South Coast course where the wind plays.
The point off the tidal pool is good for garrick and brusher during the run. Further south off the caravan park is scattered reef extending out to the shark nets. This area is good for rock lobster and big kingfish. Very good for big scuda during the sardine run. Further south scattered reefs run in 15m+ all the way to station reef at Park Rynie. A good drift to pick up a mixed bag of fish and rock lobster.
One of the hidden treasures of the Golf coast. This 18-hole course situated on 200 hectares of indigenous coastal forest is renowned for it’s fauna and flora and magnificent vistas. A true pleasure to play. Umdoni is another typically short but testingly old-fashioned South Coast course where the wind plays.
The world class uShaka Marine World, situated in Durban, South Africa, opened its turnstiles to the general public on April 30th 2004. Close to three years in the making, uShaka has fast positioned itself as a key attraction on Durban’s Golden Mile, offering a world of entertainment, excitement, fun and uniqueness.
Situated along forest-cloaked ravine of the Mzimkulwana river, west of Port Shepstone, Oribi Gorge is the eastern gorge of two gorges that cuts through the Oribi Flats. The western gorge was formed by the Mzimkulu river. At the base of the cliffs of both gorges there are rocks over 1000 million years old while the cliffs themselves are formed from sandstone deposited about 365 million years ago.