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KWAZULU NATAL (13)

 

1. Fugitives Drift Lodge and Guest House

The Rattray family; pioneers of Heritage Tourism in South Africa, have created an award winning lodge for visitors to savour this extraordinary saga, with accommodation offered at Fugitives’ Drift Lodge itself and their beautiful Guest House several hundred yards away.

 
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2. Hartford House

Peering through one teakwood door at Hartford House, you face a Colonial world. Opening another, the distant sounds of an ancient people at work lilt across the silent landscape, a country of great space, spectacular mountains and big skies. This place commands a headland between the world of traditional cultures and the splendid style of our settler forebears.

 
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3. Hilton Country Estate & Spa

Hilton Country Estate & Spa is a majestic, fifty acre estate situated in the serene Midlands town of Hilton. It boasts colonial homes and garden cottages, set amidst vast flowing lawns and towering trees with a 180 degree view overlooking the city of Pietermaritzburg.
 
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4. Hluhluwe River Lodge

Situated on the western shore of Lake St Lucia and adjoining False Bay Game Reserve and the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park lies Hluhluwe River Lodge. The lodge commands a spectacular view of the Hluhluwe River floodplain and False Bay.

 
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5. Makakatana Bay Lodge

Makakatana is uniquely situated on the banks of the Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park and remains the only privately owned lodge, totally surrounded by the Conservation Reserve. Offering unsurpassed luxury and attention to detail, the units are situated in indigenous forests and joined by raised wooden walkways.

 
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6. Mkuze Falls Tented Camp

Overlooking the Mkuze Waterfall, the Mkuze Falls Tented Lodge offers an adventurous experience in five Hemingway style East African Tents, each overlooking the Mkuze River.

 
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7. Moorcroft Manor

Situated amidst rolling green hills and breath-taking sunsets on the outskirts of the country village of Himeville, in the Southern Drakensberg. Moorcroft Manor is family owned and operated and prides itself in offering the highest standard of service excellence, hospitality and comfort.

 
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8. Nambiti Hills Private Game Lodge

The five-star Nambiti Hills Private Game Lodge offers intimate and luxurious accommodation in the midst of the spectacular African beauty of the Nambiti Game Reserve. It is a haven of sophistication surrounded by wild terrain. Perfect for anyone seeking both privacy and romance.
 
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9. The Oyster Box Hotel

From the moment the Oyster Box Hotel opened its doors in 1947 the hotel rapidly became one of Africa's best loved and most distinguished hotels. The combination of colonial charm, impeccable service, lush tropical gardens and breathtaking seaside setting swiftly gained it a reputation that was legendary the world over.
 
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10. Thonga Beach Lodge

Thonga Beach Lodge is set on the pristine shores of the Maputuland coast, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. This 24-bed luxury lodge is the ideal place to discover one of the most unspoilt wilderness beaches left on the African continent. Mabibi is a magical place of coastal forests, grasslands, bush, shimmering lakes and exquisite sandy beaches. Its crystal clear, warm waters offer South Africa’s best snorkelling and fantastic off-shore scuba diving.
 
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11. Three Trees at Spioenkop

Surrounded by the Drakensberg Mountains, overlooking a secluded valley of the Spioenkop Game Reserve and in the lee of the famous hill, Spioenkop, lies Three Trees Lodge.

 
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12. White Elephant Safari Lodge

Originally built in the 1920's, this 16-bedded lodge captures the history and romance of the "colonial era". Luxurious, tented safari lodge with the ambience and romance of a bygone era. Spectacular views of the majestic Lebombo Mountains and distant waters of Lake Jozini.

 
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13. Zimbali Lodge and Country Club

Zimbali Lodge is a 5-Star boutique hotel offering five-star luxury accommodation, and is decorated to complement the natural surrounding forest. The hotel overlooks the incredible Indian Ocean and is surrounded by lush vegetation and beautiful indigenous gardens. 

 
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Kwazulu Natal

Kwazulu Natal

Rough and ready, smart and sophisticated, rural and rustic, KwaZulu-Natal is as eclectic as its cultures, people and landscapes. It has its metropolitan heart in the port of Durban  and its nearby historic capital, Pietermaritzburg. The beaches along this coast attract local holiday-makers, and to the north is Zululand, home to some Africa’s most evocative traditional settlements and cultural sites. The region also boasts alluring national parks and isolated, wild coastal reserves. The province’s border in the far west, the heritage-listed uKhahlamba-Drakensberg  mountain range, features awesome peaks, unforgettable vistas and excellent hiking opportunities.

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