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Umgeni Valley Trails

Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve, No.1 Karkloof, Karkloof, 3290

Game viewing includes zebra, wildebeest, giraffe and many species of antelope. Accommodation in rustic camps is available. There are also six good trails.

Umkhamba Guest Farm Shuttle Services

Clevelshay Farm, Glenside, Dalton, 3236

Shuttle from farm to airport an back take visitors to PMB, Durban, Mthuli School, Masibumbane/Mphophomeni, St Lucia, Hluhluwe, Drakensberg. Hire Tourist guides on sight.

Umvoti Mounted Rifles Hall

(033) 413 9124

This is the oldest hall in Greytown. It was built in 1880 as a Masonic Hall, but then became the headquarters of the Umvoti Mounted Rifles. It is now used by the public works department.

Umvoti Vlei

A 600 ha vlei with extensive reedbeds and sedges. The area of reed swamp and open water is a sanctuary for wildfowl.

University of KwaZulu-Natal (Pietermaritzburg)

King Edward Avenue, Scottsville, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 2605111

A truly South African university that is academically excellent, innovative in research, critically engaged with society and demographically representative, redressing the disadvantages, inequities and imbalances of the ...

Victoria Hall

Maritzburg College, College Road, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 342 9376

The hall was begun in 1897, the year of queen Victoria's jubilee, but was only completed in 1899. During the Boer war it served as a fever hospital and thereafter as the school assembly hall. It is a national monument

Voortrekker Graveyard

Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 345 1348

The oldest graves in the city may be found here. Martin West, the first Lieutenant Governor of Natal, was buried here.

Voortrekker House

333 Boom Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 394 6834/5

This is the only surviving double storey Voortrekker house in Pietermaritzburg. It was built by Petrus Pretorius in 1846.

Voortrekker House No 2

Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 394 6834/5

This single storey residence dates back to 1852 and once was a farmhouse. It still has its original yellowwood floors.

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