Ukuthula is situated in part of the Hibiscus Coast in Uvongo. This is a welcoming town with secluded and unspoiled beaches, superb fishing spots, a nature reserve, beautiful scenery and so much more.
The house has three bedrooms; the main bedroom has a double bed and the other two bedrooms have twin beds. There is a well-equipped kitchen and a six-seater dining room table that leads into the lounge. The house boasts lovely views of the Indian Ocean and we are within a three-minute drive to the beach, all shops and restaurants.
Uvongo is known for its large rock escarpments with beautiful foliage which shelters the beach. These shimmering waters are ideal for all water sports. There are pedal boats for hire with which one can explore the river. Beside the river is a footpath which flows to the Uvongo River Nature Reserve. There is a lovely children’s paddling pool situated on the grassy banks shaded by trees. Bring that picnic basket full of snacks and enjoy a fun family outing.
Beach: We are within a three-minute drive to the beach.
Reviews for Ukuthula7 guest reviews Reviews of
5 out of 5 stars
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Uvongo
(1.4 km from Uvongo)
The Douglas Mitchell Sports Ground is a large facility that offers tennis, rugby, squash and cricket. The grounds are well-kept and regular meetings and events are held. A unique feature is the model car racing facility.
(0 km from Uvongo)
The Uvongo Bird Park is definitely a must-visit. Walk-through aviaries create a one-on-one nature and educational experience. A beautiful tea garden for refreshments is complemented by a kiddies play area.
(0.4 km from Uvongo)
The Uvongo River Nature Reserve is connected to the beautiful river by easy terrain footpaths. There is a great children's paddling pool and shaded grassy spots right by the river - ideal for family picnics.
(1.5 km from Uvongo)
Uvongo boasts a beautiful, well-kept golf course practically on St. Michaels Beach. The 9-hole course stretches from the beach to the river and provides players and visitors with spectacular ocean and nature scenery.