Sodwana Bay Accommodation Venues & Tour Operators

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Sodwana Bay Tours Operators


Dinizulu Safaris





Dinizulu Safaris (established 1969), is an owner managed safari company based in Hluhluwe town. This is a perfect place from where to start your exploration of the conservation, historical, wildlife and cultural attractions of the Elephant Coast Region.


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Landlover Safaris

Specialising in tailor made tours in Southern Africa.

Based on the North Eastern Coast of South Africa, Land Lover Safaris operates as a professional Tour operator in the whole of South Africa and in neighbouring countries into areas where no other operator covers.

Having years of travelling experience and a National accreditation from the South African Tourism Board we are proud to say that we do not leave a stone unturned to make your dream safari a reality!
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East Coast Safaris

For the unique wildlife experience

Explore the Great Lakes and Game Reserves of Zululand

Discover real Africa in the unspoiled wilderness of Zululand. Less than three hours drive from Durban and you enter a unique world of savage splendour and untamed eco-tourism experiences. Where else can you walk with the animals, game view the big five, spot an overwhelming profusion of bird life, enter the fascinating world of Zulu Culture and tradition, or dive the reefs of a sub-tropical coast?
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The Bulls Run

 

Adventure: For the dedicated Off-Road driver that wants a challenge. The trail runs into the valley of the Umhlatuze River and offers a variety of driving conditions from sand to rock ledges, boulder beds, soft sand river crossings, steep banks and mud. Vehicles must carry a stock of tools, spares and recovery equipment. The Bulls Run gives unequalled opportunities of seeing traditional Zulu life.

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Zululand Eco-Adventures

Valley of the Zulu Kings Weekend adventure.Three day tours of Zulu traditional culture, contemporary Zulu life and Zulu ceremonies, Big five Zululand Safari, guided game walks and more.
The Zululand Birding Route 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.

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Kosi Bay Nature Reserve

young-fishermen at Kosi Bay Nature reserveThis unspoiled nature reserve surrounds the rare and beautiful Kosi Bay lake system. It has been incorporated into the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, an internationally recognised World Heritage Site. The 11,000ha, 30km-long reserve is a tropical paradise of crystal clear water, marshland, swamp and coastal forests that is home to about 250 species of bird. Kosi Forest Lodge is the only private lodge in the nature reserve.

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Zululand Hiking Trails

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Zululand offers a diversity of guided trails. There are also a number of self guided trails.

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