Birdwatchers will be kept busy identifying the many different species endemic to the region, and those who enjoy hiking will encounter a variety of butterflies, small red duiker, vervet monkeys and the occasional bush pig whilst on the forest trails.
Take a walk to the nearby beach, which is perfect for those long evening strolls where you will perhaps discover an unusual driftwood ornament. Be sure to keep an eye out at night as you may be fortunate enough to get a close-up photo of a bushbaby in the trees surrounding your veranda.
Bring along all your fishing gear for a perfectly safe angling experience either in surf, or in the nearby estuary. Take a short trip into Richards Bay (45km) and you can book a deep-sea fishing charter for you and your family, or go on a scenic trip around the small craft harbour.
You are also welcome to bring your boats to the Resort. You will be able to utilize the slipway at the nearby Umlalazi Nature Reserve to launch into the estuary. Please note no jetski’s are allowed. Proper licensing and boat requirements are inspected.
Take a full day to take in some game viewing at the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve, about one and a half hours drive from the resort. Devote another day to visit St. Lucia and take a trip up river to view hippos, crocodiles, fish eagles and other indigenous river dwellers.
Prefer to kick back and relax onsite? Then you will enjoy the Resort’s great family facilities. Lounge around the swimming pool, take in a game of pool or table tennis with the children, or make use of our air-conditioned games room, and our lapa entertainment areas.