Tourist Attractions in Kelso, South Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Kelso, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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Selborne Golf Course Hole 18

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stor on south coast

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Selborne Country Club: 5 km
Umdoni Park Golf Club: 6 km
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Park Rynie
Selborne Park

Selborne Golf Course Hole 4

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Happy Wanderers Caravan Park
Happy Wanderers Caravan Park in Kelso, KwaZulu-Natal
Happy Wanderers - The South Coast Caravan Park where you really step out of your door onto the beach, not many places like that...
Happy Wanderers Holiday Resort
Happy Wanderers Holiday Resort in Kelso, KwaZulu-Natal
A holiday with a difference family fun, second to none! Happy Wanderers - where you really step out of your door onto the beach, not many places like that... Happy Wanderers - where you stand a good chance of catching the biggest fish you've ever ...
Vulamanzi in Kelso, KwaZulu-Natal
We now have 7 cabins. There are 3 cottages that sleep 4 people consisting of 2 hand carved bunk beds and a sleeper couch in an open plan room, fully equipped kitchen with 2 plate stove, small oven, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, pots and pans, etc.

Kelso is a small village situated on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast just a few kilometers to the south of Scottburgh. The village was once an important part in the distribution of the sugar crop from inland to ships at sea. The village is a quiet resort with fine beaches split up with attractive rocks. Visitors can enjoy horse rides along the beach and there is some fine fishing from the rocks. The resort has ample holiday accommodation.

Just a few kilometers to the north of Kelso and just off the road to Ixopo lies the Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve. This 2200 hectare nature reserve comprises upland grassland and three densely wooded valleys. The reserve carries several species of buck and antelope as well as porcupine and zebra. Here you will find four species of mongoose and the black backed jackal. The reserve is a blaze of colour in Spring, the wildflowers rivaling those of Namaqualand.