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It is advisable to wear protective sun tan lotion and a hat.
Please note that there are no shark nets or lifesavers on any of our beautiful beaches.
Ski boats and divers must adhere to the general rules.
There are Medical Rescue Institute facilities available at Sodwana for the diving fraternity.
Some of the larger beaches have freezer facilities for hire.
Visitors must bear in mind that all wild animals are unpredictable and dangerous. The feeding of wild animals is both dangerous and unnecessary. It encourages them to become pests and they then have to be destroyed. For this reason the practice is prohibited.
No pets are allowed.
Anti-malaria precautions should be taken.
NB Gate opening and closing times can be found on the vital information page for each reserve featured on our website.
Our self catering units are fully furnished as well as containing all necessary linen such as towels, sheets, blankets and pillows.
The kitchens contain cutlery, crockery, glasses, cooking implements and pots and pans suitable for the number of visitors the units accommodates, as well as a fridge, stove, electric kettle and toaster.
The units are serviced each day which includes cleaning and making the beds. Visitors are expected to wash up the dishes during their stay except on the day they leave.
Ban On Beach Driving
The country-wide ban on vehicles driving on the beaches of South Africa became effective at midnight on Sunday 20 Janyary 2002.
Coastal protected areas under the control of KZN Wildlife are affected by the ban which will be enforced in accordance with the National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998 and the notification of the ban as published in Government Notice no: 22690 dated 21 December 2001.
KZN Wildlife, as the agency responsible for enforcing the application of the new law in areas under its control, appeals to all people using the coastal parks of KZN to abide by this new law, as the penalties for transgression as laid down in the Government Notice are severe - ranging from fines to the confiscation of vehicles.
The only exemptions listed in Regulation 24 (1) and 24 (2) are vehicles used for launching ski-boats in a demarcated Boat Launching Site, emergency and scientific research, certain tour operators, and conservation management vehicles.