Coastal explorers swap inner city sights for small town splendour amid landscaped gardens and stretches of unspoilt beach with a self-catering stay for up to six people at Seaglen Dunes.
Choose between these options:
- R545 for a two-night weekday stay for six
- R815 for a three-night weekday stay for six
- R815 for a three-night weekend stay for six
Sharing in a self-catering chalet
The Resort at a Glance
Situated in the quiet coastal town of Munster, lies Seaglen Dunes, a holiday resort surrounded by perfectly landscaped gardens and lush sub-tropical vegetation. With unspoilt beaches on its doorstep and resting on a hilltop the resort is a miniature paradise only a short drive away from bustling Durban. The swimming pool creates a welcome reprieve from the humid coastal weather, and braai areas are ideally suited for social gatherings and whipping grilled delights. The occasional monkey strolls through the resort for a quick visit before retreating back to the surrounding trees, while surrounding areas provide hours of entertainment with nearby casinos and nature reserves.
- Landscaped gardens and lush vegetation
- Unspoilt beaches right on the doorstep
- Swimming pool
- Braai areas ideal for social gatherings
What to do in KwaZulu-Natal South Coast
The South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is known for its stunning views and plethora of sites for tourists to enjoy. One of the biggest highlights is the annual Sardine Run when millions of sardines migrate up the coast attracting dolphins and whales.
The South Coast boasts sub-tropical forests, blue lagoons, golden beaches, rocky coves, the warm Indian Ocean coupled with sunny weather to create a year-round holiday destination that attracts local and international visitors. The three best beaches to visit on this coast are Ramsgate, Lucien and Marina beach – these three have been given the prestigious Blue Flag status and are ranked internationally.
Nature lovers can visit the Umtamvuna Nature Reserve, with a host of conserved plants and birding activities available. For the adventurous travellers the scuba diving scene thrives here, including deep sea diving. Alternatively land lovers can try abseiling at Oribi Gorge.