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Happy Wanderers Holiday Resort is privately owned and has been in existence since 1964. It has undergone regular upgrades and remains a wonderful family holiday destination on the Kwazulu-Natal South Coast. It boasts a 500m long section of private beach.

A variety of accommodation options are available. There is a caravan park with 100 stands catering to caravans and campers. All stands are electrified and have braai’s and tv points. The ablutions are clean and specious.

There are a number f self catering units. Downstairs units lead almost directly to the beach, while upstairs units are more private.

The apartments are equipped with fridge, microwave, stove, crockery and cutlery, as well as a range of electrical appliances. Bed linen and bath towels are supplied but guests are requested to bring their own swimming towels and dishcloths.

Upstairs apartments have balconies and downstairs ones have a private patio.

The property also offers conference facilities. There is a well-stocked convenience shop on site. A wide range of family friendly activities are arranged during the holidays such as Christmas parties etc.

The swimming pool is located close to the beach, as well as a games room. A laundry is on-site, as well as a bar and restaurant.

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Beach Nearby, Golf course, Restaurant, Seafront, Seaside Resort, Swimming Pool, Village / Town Outskirts

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  • Afrikaans
  • Baby Sitting
  • Bar
  • BBQ | Braai Facilities
  • Child Friendly
  • Conference Facilities
  • Convenience Shop
  • English
  • Laundry
  • MNet / Satellite TV
  • Powerpoints for caravans
  • Secure Parking
  • Self-catering
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • TV Room / Lounge


Beach, Bowls Green, Fishing, Games Room, Marine, Outdoor, Pre/Post Conference, Squash, Swimming Pool, Water Sports, Water Sports Facilities

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