Holla Trails consists of over 340kms of marked and signed trails and is continually being improved and added! There are trails for both novice and experienced mountain bikers alike. Riders are amazed at the variety of track and spectacular scenery that is available
Simbithi, Princes Grant, Umhlali, Zimbali, Darnall and Maidstone are within 20kms.
Stunning coral reefs make this an outstanding location for both diving and snorkelling and not only for the experienced.
The North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is considered by many to be one of the best recreational fishing coastlines in the world. With warmer waters in the northern region, the chance of catching a large predator fish is unmatched almost anywhere else in South Africa. Expect to catch king mackerel, sharks, kingfish and queen fish as well as rays, skates and sand sharks.
Surrounded by Rolling Sugar Estates with Millionaires mansions overlooking the warm Indian Ocean, there is no better place to take to the skies and experience the beauty, ease & safety of open cockpit flying in a Microlight aircraft.
We are home to over 1000 animals, birds, reptiles, wolves, alpacas and of course Barney and Dora. Best part is that 80% of our animals are rescued. We offer a real farm experience where you will be able to love and cuddle so many beautiful animals.
World-famous birding venues provide forest, grassland, wetland, bushveld, mountains, estuarine, coastline and open ocean habitats, making this southern Africa's most diverse area for birding. 63 southern African endemic or near-endemic species are present, making this region a must on any birders' wish list.
The Heritage Route celebrates one of the great Zulu chiefs. King Shaka Zulu is considered by many as the architect of the Zulu nation as he was responsible for joining scattered clans into the powerful unified force that dominated the land between the modern Swazi border and the Eastern Cape.
Today, Africa's 'Big Five' (lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhinoceros) stalk the flourishing savannah. Game viewing is the principal attraction in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. Viewing hides overlook pans and waterholes enabling one to observe the wildlife at close range.