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Sylvan Grove Guest House
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49 Sylvan Grove 4319 Umhlanga South Africa
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Description Sylvan Grove Guest House
Located in Umhlanga Rocks, the finest holiday resort in KwaZulu Natal, overlooking the warm Indian Ocean, Sylvan Grove is set in a tranquil, tropical garden with prolific bird life. This gracious, homely guesthouse offers affordable accommodation for the discerning business and holiday traveller. Close to all beaches 700 metres away, shopping centres including Gateway Shopping Centre, restaurants, and numerous sporting facilities. Though it is just 10 minutes North of the Durban CBD and the International Convention Centre, this 4 star guesthouse is set away from the hustle and bustle of the busy beachfront and is the perfect retreat to relax and unwind.
The Wood'n'Spoon is located on Port St Johns second beach.
The kitchen of the restaurant is located in an old and brightly painted caravan.
The furniture at the Wood'n'Spoon was handmade by the Swiss owner who serves fresh fish and also freshly prepared sandwiches.
The atmosphere is very relaxed and there are no fixed opening hours. Just pop in when you are in the area.
Hluhluwe-Umfolosi Game Reserve
Hluhluwe-Umfolosi Game Reserve was established in 1895 and is the oldest Game Reserve in Africa. It was originally two separate reserves (Umfolozi and Hluhluwe) which were set up with the main objective to protect the endangered White Rhinoceros.
Today the park covers an area of 960 km² (96,000 hectares) in South Africa’s central Zululand. It is the only park in KwaZulu-Natal where all five species of Big Game (Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard and Rhinoceros) can be found and due to its conservation efforts the park now contains the world’s largest population of White Rhino (approximately 1,000 individuals).
The park includes two large rivers with a flood plain and the Hluhluwe dam
that creates an important habitat for birds, insects and plants.
Within the Hluhluwe-Umfolosi Game Reserve there are several tourist camps, which are placed at strategic locations on the hilltops. A boat provides regular trips on the Hluhewe dam twice a day.
Nelson Mandela National Museum
Opened in February 2000, the museum is considered to be "one of South Africa's most significant heritage institutions" and displays, amongst other things, "an international selection of diverse gifts" presented to Mandela during his presidency. The museum is also the starting point for a tour which includes a visit to the birthplace and childhood home of Nelson Mandela at Mvezo and Qunu respectively.