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Umhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve

15 Chartwell Drive, Chartwell Centre, Umhlanga, 4319

(031) 561 4257 / 205 1271
reservations@breakersresort.co.za

There are braai and picnic spots along a well-marked path. Vervet monkeys, red duiker and blue duiker can be seen, in this 30ha reserve. Two trails of one hour each.

Umhlanga Lagoon Trails (2)

Shop 1a, Chartwell Centre, Umhlanga, 4319

There are two trails. Very old and gnarled trees are to be seen in the forest. There are velvet monkeys and a wide variety of birds.

Umhlanga Lighthouse

Situated at Umhlanga Rocks, a tourist landmark.

Umhlanga Main Beach (Cabana)

Shop 1A Chartwell Centre, Chartwell Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, 4139

The waves in Umhlanga Rocks tend to be larger than those experienced at the more sheltered Durban beachfront locations.

Umhlanga Main Beach / Umhlanga Rocks Beach

26 Zenith Drive, Umhlanga, 4319

Rocky inlets and plenty of hotels and shops. Umhlanga Main Beach has Blue Flag status. Also a ski boat launch beach

umhlanga Ocean Charters

Durban Ski Boat Club, Durban

Umhlanga Ocean Charters is an ocean sightseeing charter business based in Umhlanga, owned and skippered by Zaan Grobler, who has 15yrs experience and over200 000 launches to take you out to sea and safely back. Come and ...

Umhlanga Rocks

(031) 561 4980
info@divenatique.co.za

This site hosts the umhlanga festival in whichup to 400 ski boats participate every year. The clubhouse is inland from the launch site.

Umhlanga Tourism CTO

Shop 1 A Chartwell Centre, 14 Chartwell Drive, Umhlanga Rocks, 4320

Umhlanga Tourism CTO is a full service tourism office centrally situated in Umhlanga Rocks. The CTO covers the entire area between the Umngeni river in the North and all adjacent areas in between including Tongaat , Vera...

Umhlathuze Swimming Pools

5 Anderson Road, Pinetown, 3600

(031) 718 2111

There are 6 public swimming pools in the Pinetown area.

Umhlatuzana River; Cannibal Presence

Umhlatuzana, Durban, 4001

The Umhlatuzana river was host to a band of cannibals during the 1820's. The Zulu kings tried to stamp the practice out, in the pockets where it was found. In the case of Umhlatuzana, the young Zulu warriors were horri...