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“The Boardwalk includes many great restaurants, and opportunities for fun. An Ocean Basket, Mug n' Bean, Elephant & I, Pannaroti's, Spur and more are available. Wimpy's and John Dory's are also available for some quality family time and food. The Boardwalk also has a Ster-Kinekor Cinema Complex available if guests are in the mood to flick. ”
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Point of Interest
“The coastal province is divided into two main birding routes - the Southern KwaZulu-Natal Birding Route, and the Zululand Birding Route. With more than 600 species recorded, the Zululand Birding Route is southern Africa’s birding diversity hotspot! MELMOTH ROUTE This area is known for its grassy plains and dense natural bush and, with the adjacent valleys and forests, is home to a variety of birds including grassland specialities such as Southern Ground Hornbill, Short-tailed Pipit and Bald Ibis. On our farm, you could see Narina Trogon, Brown Crowned and Southern Tchagras, African Broadbill, Yellow-streaked Greenbul, Sharp-billed Honeyguide, Rameron Pigeon, Drakensberg Prinia, Barratt's Warbler, Striped Pipit, Forest Weaver and nesting Crowned Eagle as well as a host of bushveld birds. MGUNGUNDLOVU area: This is a good spot for seeing Arrow-marked Babbler, Grey-headed Bush Shrike, Bokmakierie, Black-bellied Korhaan, Tawny Eagle and many other thornveld birds. Southern Zululand region has three fantastic birding spots: The Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk: The Prince Dabulamanzi Trail (Entumeni Nature Reserve, Dreadnought Walking Trail, Dlinza Forest); and Lake Phobane (Goedertrouw Dam).”
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