Whether you are looking for a family holiday destination or a romantic getaway, the KZN South Coast is an idyllic place to stay. If you are looking for holiday accommodation South Coast properties boast a vast range of convenient facilities. The stunning beaches and fun entertainment options attract visitors from across South Africa. Although the south coast is renowned for its tranquillity, adrenaline junkies can get their hearts pumping with thrilling activities.
Holidaymakers can find luxurious holiday accommodation on Junk Mail. Umhlanga is a renowned holiday destination. The stunning beaches and warm water contribute to the appeal of this spot. Umbrellas and chairs can be rented on the main beach and there are refreshments for sale. Upmarket restaurants are situated in the bustling heart of Umhlanga. If you want to party the night away, head to one of the local bars. After a day relaxing day on the beach you can dance to popular songs at Raffles and Cottenfields. Gateway Shopping Centre is a short drive away. Gateway has an abundance of entertainment options including cinemas, the Barnyard Theatre and the Wave House. A games room and bowling alley will keep children entertained for hours.
Avid golfers should head to San Lameer which has an excellent golf course. The area is suitable for family holidays. This Blue Flag beach is the perfect place to soak up the summer sun. The beach complies with international safety regulations and there are designated swimming areas which are protected by lifeguards. Once you have finished playing golf you can head to the beach for a game of volleyball or cricket with your children.
If you want an adventurous holiday, you can go diving in Aliwal Shoal. This renowned diving destination is one of the best places to see sharks. You can find a 33-storey bungee jump at Oribi Gorge. Not for the faint hearted, this is the highest jump of its kind in the world. Other fun activities in Oribi Gorge include challenging hikes and abseiling. Birdwatchers can spot a variety of fascinating species in the reserve.