4 KZN Campsites

Mac Nicols Resort

This is your resort away from home that has it all! Located about 100km outside of Durban on the South Coast, being a perfect getaway from the city. Situated on the banks of the Ifafa river, only 90 meters from Bazley beach with sandy coast and warm water, one can even take a paddle from camp straight to the beach. The campsite is extensive yet private, with a communal boma area with braai stands & 2 swimming pools, also a supply shop with all the necessities. With many activities both on and off site this is the perfect family getaway, you may even meet the friendly family whom run the business.


Albert Falls Dam

just outside of Pietermaritzburg, a short distance from Durban lies Albert Falls Dam one of KZNs largest dams, a world recognised bass fishing location. Being 784ha there is so much to do from hiking, game drives, picnics by the dam or taking a paddle but watch out for the crocs! The campsites are along the dam with a view overlooking the water and mountains in the distance, sunsets are a magnificent sight. With buck, ostriches and zebra wondering this spot gives you a real sense of the wild! Most spots have electricity and water, there are also options for off-grid camping.


Silverstream

Hidden in the folds of the Southern Drakensberg Mountains near Underberg you'll find yourself alongside the Silver stream river amongst large mountain ranges. This campsite is situated alongside the Lesotho border post known as Bushmans Neck. Therefor this campsite is a great place to be in the winter months if you're in the search for snow! the campsites are flat & grassy with power points and water, along the river bed. Further up the river there are swimming holes with fresh mountain water great for hot summer days.


Eagles Views

Just outside Harburg in the Midlands a short distance from Duran city you'll find a tranquil escape to nature. A short gravel road through sugar cane farming you arrive to the campsite on the edge of the mountain ridge overlooking a massive valley and two waterfalls falling 100 meters down onto indigenous forest. A short hike brings you to the top of these waterfall drop offs giving a view down the valley. Following the river upstream you'll find another waterfalls with a swimming hole. The camp spots are flat and grassy with power points and water available. One can wander the sugar cane fields and pine forest as well as the refreshing stream with many waterfalls.


We hope these inspire you to get outdoors and go camping somewhere. Take a break from the busy bustle of life and enjoy some time in nature.

Safe Travels

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