Tourist Attractions in Howick, Midlands & Battlefields, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Umgeni Nature reserve

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Midmar Dam Wall

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Midmar Mile 2009

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Howick Attractions
Howick Golf Club: less than 5 km
Inkanyamba: less than 5 km
Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve: 5 km
Midmar Dam: 5 km
Sakabula Golf Club: 7 km
Dargle Valley Pottery: 9 km
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Lions River

Howick Falls

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Devonshire Lodge
Devonshire Lodge in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal
Devonshire Lodge consists of two units. Namely Devonshire Lodge and Devonshire Cottage. Both units are independent of each other, and each has a fenced garden totally out of view of each other. Each garden has outside seating with a Weber Braai.
Leafy Lane
Leafy Lane in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal
Leafy Lane is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac approximately 3 Kms from the N3 Highway. It consists of two bed sitting rooms and are fully equipped with double door fridge freezers, microwave, mini stove, toaster and kettle.
A Nutty Lane
A Nutty Lane in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal
A NUTTY LANE is three, modern self-catering cottages, set on the banks of a picturesque dam surrounded by birds, horses and two potbelly pigs.
Drewry Lane
Drewry Lane in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal
Newly renovated Loft Room available to rent on short term basis. Set in a well landscaped garden in Howick North / Central.
Cedarwood
Cedarwood in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal
Our furnished, self catering house has four beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms, two of which are family rooms and a loft room - comfortably sleeping 10 adults and 6 children

The small town of Howick is situated in the KZN Midlands along the popular Midlands Meander tourism route. Howick offers a wide variety of antiques, arts and crafts, and entertainment venues which include art studios, country hotels, herb and flower farms, guest houses, tea gardens, country pubs, health hydro's, craft, pottery and weaving workshops, breweries and wine barns. Howick features some quaint historical stone buildings, such as the library on the main street and the Bell Inn.

The town's main attraction is Howick Falls. The spectacular sight of the Umgeni River as it plunges 100 metres over dolerite cliffs to the gorge below, is an unforgettable experience. The waterfall was known as kwaNogqaza or "The Place of the Tall One" by the original Zulu inhabitants. Being the focal tourist point in Howick, the area around the Falls is sprinkled with a host of curio and craft outlets and open-air restaurants and cafes, where visitors can enjoy tea and scones under shady oak trees.

For energetic visitors to the area there are the Howick Falls Gorge Walk, the Umgeni River Trail, and the Beacon Hill Trail all of which stretch over the duration of about an hour, depending on how much time one allows to stop and take in the picturesque scenery.

The Howick area is also a popular destination for fishing, with the nearby Midmar Dam setting the scene for various angling competitions, and a multitude of other watersports. The Midmar Dam Nature Reserve with its 1000 hectares of game park is home to a variety of antelope including red hartebeest, blesbok, reedbuck, black wildebeest, oribi and zebra, providing excellent game viewing and bird watching.