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Entumeni Forest

Entumeni, Eshowe, 3815

(033) 845 1000
bookings@kznwildlife.com

A coastal scarp forest of 564 ha. Many magnificent and rare trees species. The undergrowth is dense in parts with many ground orchids, several fern species and shrubs.

Entumeni Nature Reserve

Eshowe

(035) 474 9013
tourism@uthungulu.co.za

A little-known and as yet undeveloped small forest reserve at an altitude of about 650m. Many magnificent and rare tree species. In parts the undergrowth is dense, with ferns of several species, many ground orchids and s...

Entumeni Nature Reserve Trails

Entumeni Nature Reserve, Eshowe

(035) 474 0235
info@mnweni.org.za

Two trails in an evergreen, mist-belt indigenous forest. The 750ha reserve has small buck and rich birdlife, including crowned eagle.

Fat Cat

1 Station Road, Mtunzini, 3867

(035) 340 2897
fatcat@sainet.co.za

Alfresco eating with a view of the sea. The extensive menu ranges from breakfasts and pancakes to pizzas, with fresh fish and chicken and prawn curry specialities.

Forest Sundowner Restaurant

Lot 167 Valley Drive, Mtunzini, 3867

Fine dining

Garden Lodge B&B

Garden Lodge B&B offers three-star accommodation with six comfortable bedrooms - all en suite with either a round bath or with a shower - in a tropical garden setting overlooking the adjoining sugarcane fields. All the r...

Glovers

Bed and breakfast in one-acre garden with swimming pool, fishpond, controlled gated parking. Self-catering Houses: Two double bedded room, bathroom, and open plan lounge/ dining/ kitchen, DSTV. Tariff: R2500.00 per week,...

Glovers B&B

Bed and breakfast in one-acre garden with swimming pool, fishpond, controlled gated parking. Self-catering Houses: Two double bedded room, bathroom, and open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, DSTV. Tariff: R2500.00 per week, R...

Golden Peak Spur Restaurant

206 Utrecht Street, Vryheid, 3100

Family restaurant

Gqikazi (or Kwa Gqikazi)

Eshowe, 3815

(035) 473 3359
ronel@umlalazi.com

This homestead was built and named 'the abode of the slave'by King Mpande at a time when he was threatened by king Dingane. Mpande fled to Natal, but waslater to overthrow Dingane (in 1840).A second Kwa Gqikazi was built...