Tourist Attractions in Umvoti River Mouth, North Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Umvoti River Mouth, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Christmas bay

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View from 15th tee Prince's Grant

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Blythedale

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Just opposite Stanger on the Dolphin Coast lies Blythedale Beach, at the Southern end of which is the Umvoti River Mouth. This is another quiet seaside village that is being developed. It has a popular swimming, surfing and fishing beach, with a nature conservancy and ski boat launch site at Umvoti River mouth. Fishing is not as good as it used to be due to the degradation of the Umvoti River. The first white family to settle at the Umvoti River Mouth was a Mr Willem Landman, who settled here in 1836 and was married to Piet Retief's daughter, Maria. In 1840 an American missionary named Grout established a mission station nearby and encouraged the growing of sugar cane in the area. This resulted in the building of a sugar mill at Umvoti near to the river mouth. There is plenty to keep one occupied in the area, including the Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk, Dukuduku Forest, several large game reserves, the Umgeni Bird Park, Umvoti river mouth and boat launch area and the St Lucia Wetland Park World heritage Site. There are also a couple of hot springs resorts nearby.

Things To Do in Umvoti River Mouth
Nearby Towns
Blythedale Beach
Prince's Grant
Stanger/KwaDukuza

Milk Wood Shefield Beach

courtesy of T.Holmgren Panomario

Jex Estates in Umvoti River Mouth, KwaZulu-Natal
Spacious in the old manner, sleeping ten comfortably (we can bring in a few extra beds), the house overlooks the Umvoti River Mouth and the sweep of the bay, one of the finest sea views in the country.

Just opposite Stanger on the Dolphin Coast lies Blythedale Beach, at the Southern end of which is the Umvoti River Mouth. This is another quiet seaside village that is being developed. It has a popular swimming, surfing and fishing beach, with a nature conservancy and ski boat launch site at Umvoti River mouth. Fishing is not as good as it used to be due to the degradation of the Umvoti River. The first white family to settle at the Umvoti River Mouth was a Mr Willem Landman, who settled here in 1836 and was married to Piet Retief's daughter, Maria. In 1840 an American missionary named Grout established a mission station nearby and encouraged the growing of sugar cane in the area. This resulted in the building of a sugar mill at Umvoti near to the river mouth. There is plenty to keep one occupied in the area, including the Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk, Dukuduku Forest, several large game reserves, the Umgeni Bird Park, Umvoti river mouth and boat launch area and the St Lucia Wetland Park World heritage Site. There are also a couple of hot springs resorts nearby.