Welcome to our bit of paradise on the Kwazulu Natal south coast. Situated in the village of Trafalgar on the border of the Impinyati Nature Reserve, on the edge of a freshwater lake. A mere five minute walk to a pristine and unspoiled beach. An exclusive and upmarket tented camp for those who enjoy the outdoors.
There are two luxury tents that have one queen size bed, and can be fitted with two additional singles if required.
In addition there is a cottage that is fully equipped that sleeps a max of 4 guests, both rooms en suite.
There is a communal pool at the cottage.
The tents are fitted with tea and coffee facilities and bar fridges and share a lovely well equipped kitchen facility and braai area.
Both units are wheelchair friendly
A braai facility with outside bench and table is provided
Outside beach shower
Fan in each room
No pets allowed
Each tent sleeps 2 people. Each tent has a queen size bed with an en suite bathroom leading onto a semi outdoor double shower. Each unit is equipped with a microwave, fridge /freezer, kettle, toaster and skottel braai.
All linens provided including bath towels.
Cutlery and crockery supplied with kitchen utensils.
Units can be serviced on request at a rate of R 150.00 per day.
*extra beds can be provided
The tiny coastal village of Trafalgar is situated about 150 km south of Durban, on the South Coast of Kwa- Zulu Natal.
The main beach is protected by shark nets and provides a decent wave for surfers. When the condition allow, the rocky reef just offshore, provides an excellent spot for snorkelling, where you will find fossilised remains of shellfish, various fish species, plant material and certified wood. These 90 million year old fossil beds are located a short distance from the shoreline, so that at spring tide it is possible for visitors to walk out and examine these ancient remains.
The Trafalgar Marine Reserve is a small area extending for 6 km along the coast and 500 meters offshore. The are incorporates the 190 ha Mpenjati Nature Reserve.
The mysterious Black Lake is hidden away in the lush green indigenous forest of the Yengele Dune Forest only a few meter away from the shoreline. It is rumoured that the lake is 45 m at the deepest point and is the closest freshwater lake to the sea on the entire KZN coastline.
The source of the lake starts high uare p in the Maluti mountains in Lesotho and runs underground till it reaches the Black Lake where it Â then filters through the sand dunes into the sea.
The lake is home to some interesting fishing, where you can catch either Big Mouth Black Bass or Tilapia.
There are multiple restaurants, sporting activities, child friendly attractions as well as mountain bike trails, surfing spots and yoga retreats nearby. Mac Banana is a fantastic family restaurant and destination filled with loads to do for all ages right nearby.
Things to do
- Naturist Beach
- Bird watching
- Swimming on a blue flag status beach nearby
- Near By
- Golf at Wild Coast Sun
- Barn Swallows (3.4km away)
- Riverbend Crocodile farm (6.4km away)
- Natal Space Centre (12 3 km away)
- Wild Coast Sun Casino / Entertainment Centre (17 km away)
- Orobi Gorge
- Mac Banana:
- Shopping and entertainment destination which offers a Lifestyle Centre anchored by a Food & Wine Emporium and restaurants.
- Mac Venture golf
- Car wash
- Quad bikes
- Mountain biking
- Banana tour
- Giant trampoline
- Mac Paintball
- Mac butterflies
- Pony rides and animal farm
- Beach shop
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