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General

Khaya La Manzi is Zulu for the “HOME OF WATER”. On your travels or visits along the East Coast of South Africa in KwaZulu Natal, experience the choice of African thatched accommodation set in coastal sub-tropical environment, or one of the 1 or 2 bedroom sea-facing suites overlooking the Indian Ocean in Hibberdene.

Situated around an hour south of Durban, 100km from USHAKA Marine World, 130km from King Shaka International Airport. Just 2,5km off the N2 highway, adjacent the R102 Old South Coast Road, midway between Durban and Port Edward in Catalina Bay, Hibberdene, the gateway to the Hibiscus Coast of Kwazulu Natal.

With the most unbelievable sea views and a certain ambience of peace and tranquillity, Khaya La Manzi offers a relaxed atmosphere for both holidays and conferences. The perfect stopover for those travelling South to Cape Town, the Garden Route, Eastern Cape, Port St Johns on the Wild Coast as well as the inland route to Kokstad and the Transkei.

Alternatively for those travelling North the location is en route to the Southern Drakensberg, King Shaka International Airport in Durban, North Coast, Richards Bay and St Lucia.
Policy
50% non-refundable deposit payable to confirm booking If alternate booking is made, deposit less admin fee will be repaid under 3 weeks notice (full amount is payable)

Establishment Code

103701

Nearby

Beach Nearby, Swimming Pool

Price

Price : 250.00 ZAR - 250.00 ZAR p/p sharing

AATravel Code

PA2310

City

hibberdene

Facilities

  • Afrikaans
  • Catering By Arrangement
  • Conference Facilities
  • English
  • Swimming Pool

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KwaZulu-Natal

KwaZulu-NatalWith ecosystems ranging from steamy sub-tropical forests and mangrove swamps to snow-clad mountains with a whole lot between, KwaZulu-Natal is probably South Africa’s most diverse province. South Africa’s biggest port is situated in a city that revels in a fascinating mix of Asian, European and African influences. Durban has the largest Indian population of any

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