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Umhlanga Rocks

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Umhlanga

 

Only a short drive from Durban, the Umhlanga Coastline begins more or less at the landmark lighthouse that dominates Umhlanga’s beach. From here, the long, sandy beaches are a cosmopolitan collection of white hotel buildings and blocks of timeshare apartments that easily signify the lifestyle sought by many on this incredible stretch of coast, that is at once a tourist mecca and a seaside village that has refused to lose its small town appeal.

Umhlanga, La Lucia, Mount Edgecombe and Umdloti all nestle alongside one another in a string of first rate beaches and suburbs that not only include a beach of blue flag status, but are collectively some of the most popular beach resort destinations on the east coast ofSouth Africa. It isn’t hard to imagine why, given the warm Indian Ocean waters, the rocky lined beaches that allow for plenty of seaside paddling and shell searching, and attractions like O’Connor promenade - a walkway that stretches from Durban View Park to Breakers Resort - that is constantly used by an array of walkers, joggers and amblers.

The Umhlanga Coastline is also host to numerous pubs, restaurants, shopping centres and a ‘happening’ nightlife that only enhances the appealing coastline already popular with scuba divers, snorkelling fanatics and surfers. Within a very small area there are action-packed attractions that include the Umhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve where the remains of a shell midden from the Stone Age is in evidence at the mouth of the lagoon; the Hawaan Forest - a beautiful indigenous woodland that has been allowed to maintain its natural state for centuries; the Beachwood Mangrove Nature Reserve, and various dive sites.

Umhlanga Rocks

 

 

 

List of Guest Houses:

Cowrie Cove Guest House
Amici Guest Lodge
Anchor's Rest Guest House
Ballechin B&B
Cathy's Place
Caza Beach
Chestnut Cottage
Crooked Tree Cottage
Ebbtide B&B on the Beach
Flamingo Lodge
Kingston House B&B
Kingston Place Guest House
La Loggia on Portland
Manaar House B&B
Pendlebury's B&B
Sandals Guest House
African Dreamz B&B
Tega-Tata Lodge
Teremok Lodge
The Honey Pot B&B
The Sandringham B&B
uShaka Manor Guest House