What to Do and See

 

  • Spash Water World (Amanzimtoti)

    11 Waterslides for all ages
    Large Pool area & Lazy River with tubes
    Mini Golf and Braai area
    Refreshments available or bring your own
    Parties and Functions
    No Glass Allowed in Waterpark please
    Alongside safe bathing beach

11 Waterslides for all ages
Large Pool area & Lazy River with tubes
Mini Golf and Braai area
Refreshments available or bring your own
Parties and Functions
No Glass Allowed in Waterpark please
Alongside safe bathing beach


http://www.splashwaterworld.co.za/
  •  Scuba diving (15 minutes from Amanzimtoti)

Aliwal Shoal is Durban’s prime diving destination and attracts divers from around the world. Dive boats launch from the south of Amanzimtoti, to get to the reef which is about 4km long and lies some 5km offshore, with depths ranging from 5m to 35m. The reef has many gullies, overhangs, caves and shelves which are home to a vast array of marine life, including Tiger, Ragged Tooth, and Grey Reef Sharks. Two wrecks lying near the shoal – the Produce and Nebo – provide divers with alternative underwater experiences. Local dive operators will provide equipment and accredited training, and will introduce you to the wonders that lie beneath the waves. There are a number of schools at Umkomaas who offer dive lessons, equipment hire, and will take you to the site.

http://www.aliwalshoal.co.za/ ; http://www.oceanworx.co.za/ ; http://www.aliwalshoal.com/ ; http://www.divealiwal.co.za/

 

  • uShaka Marine World (25 minutes from Amanzimtoti)

 

uShaka Marine World has developed out of a vision to create a world-class entertainment and tourism destination for Durban and all of South Africa.Incorporating fresh and sea water, natural materials, the recreation of a wreck of an old 1920 cargo ship, coupled with indigenous African imagery, lush vegetation and maritime images of the Port of Durban, uShaka is a complete ´marine world´


http://www.ushakamarineworld.co.za/

 

 

  •  Wild Life Game Reserve drives (40 minutes from Amanzimtoti)

TALA is a wildlife sanctuary. Spanning over 3000 hectares and incorporating many diverse natural environments, the reserve features well over 380 bird species, with big game that includes rhino, kudu, hippo, giraffe and the rare sable antelope. Several distinctive and remarkable plant species are also to be found on TALA. The fiery aloe in full bloom, the imposing euphorbia and the smell of the fragrant wild sage on a dewy morning make every stay at the reserve unique and memorable.

http://www.tala.co.za/