Location simply does not get any better than Strandloper, situated literally on Uvongo beach. Mere paces away from your unit a private complex gate places you on the beach promenade with its swimming and tidal pool; restaurant, take away and ice-cream parlour; and the popular lifeguard and shark net protected Uvongo beach which is surrounded and sheltered by a gorge with magnificent cliffs, 25m waterfall, intriguing lagoon with pedal boats, and the newly refurbished fishing pier. The quiet village town at the rear of the complex has a selection of shops, eateries and pubs just a stone's throw away, and is centrally located between the vibrant towns of Margate and Shelly Beach.
This three bedroom, newly renovated unit on the first floor offers spacious bedrooms and living areas with magnificent views - watch the children swim at the beach, your husband fish at the pier or the dolphins play in the breakers. The granite kitchen is fully equipped for your day to day catering needs and is open plan to a comfortable lounge with flatscreen television, leading onto the large covered balcony with el-fresco seating and kettle braai. The main bedroom (with double bed) has an en-suite washroom with shower and opens through sliding doors onto the patio; the other two bedrooms (one double and two singles) share a washroom with bath and shower. The unit has ceiling fans throughout.
The complex is secure with electric fence, remote controlled gates and a coded gate to the beach. There is a large open parking area with ample space for cars and trailers. Linen is provided for all the beds but guests should bring their own beach and bath towels. Daily servicing is available on request (subject to availability and charge) but the unit is cleaned prior to your arrival and equipped with a complimentary starter toilet papers, bathroom and dishwashing soaps.
Situated 130km south of Durban, the Hibiscus Coast offers an abundance of attractions and activities. With nine world class courses the area is popular with golfers; scuba divers flock to our world famous reefs and wrecks; and families charter ocean safaris, deep sea fishing or shark cage diving trips. The magnificent Oribi Gorge, a 400m deep and 5km wide canyon, offers spectacular view sites and game drives, as well as a host of adrenalin activities including the world's highest bungi swing and world's first 'straight-down' 1km zipline, abseiling down a waterfall, white water rafting, suspension bridges, downhill scooter tours, horse riding and 4X4. The Wild Coast Sun Casino is home to a water theme park with some of the world's fastest rides and their river club offers water skiing, jet skis, speedboats, tube rides and booze cruises. We have and butterfly, snake and crocodile farms with the world's oldest croc; the world's smallest desert; the only approved motor racing and drifting circuit in the province; and our local airport offers daily flights to Johannesburg and scenic helicopter flips over the area and adjacent wild coast. But most people visit simply for our perpetual warm weather and shark protected, world-class Blue Flag status beaches and lagoons with canoes, pedal boats, umbrellas and beach chairs for hire; and ice cream, cocktails and curios for sale. Host to the famous Sardine Run, the annual Bike Week spectacle and revolving beach events, there is never a dull moment on the Hibiscus Coast. Whether you are looking for a relaxing beach holiday, an adrenalin filled escapade, or a wining, dining, clubbing and pubbing shindig, the Hibiscus Coast offers it all, and more.