About Kurland Hotel
Enjoy a vacation at Kurland Hotel, near the picturesque beach resorts of Plettenberg Bay and Nature’s Valley, in the heart of the Garden Route in South Africa.
This award winning 5 Star ,small, luxury hotel has acquired a reputation as an exclusive hideaway. Kurland Hotel is located on a vast 700 hectare estate of great natural beauty, between the mountains and the pristine beaches of Nature’s Valley. The vistas are breathtaking.
Kurland has been designed with exceptional facilities for family holidays, and enjoys a Mediterranean climate, which makes this the ideal year round destination for fun vacations and family reunions. Once they have experienced Kurland, families from around the world return again. Time is of no consequence at Kurland, and guests set their own pace. Kurland aims to provide comfort, serenity, and great hospitality and ensures that guests have the pleasure of engaging in country pursuits and new experiences. Kurland is the great escape.
Kurland Hotel Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Natures Valley
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If you are looking to surf, sunbathe, swim, paddle or even stargaze, this beach is for you! Best known as the end of the multi-day Otter Trail, the secluded Nature's Valley Beach stretches from the mouth of the Groot River to the mouth of the Salt...
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See some of the best views ever on your mountain bike! The trails are unmarked and lead where your mountain bike goes. There are hills, single track, jeep track, rocks, sand and forest – whatever you wish for, Nature’s Valley has got it.
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The Groot River Lagoon is an awesome place for swimming and is a favourite angling spot. Grab a canoe or kayak and go for a gentle paddle – it's revitalizing.
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The 4.8 km Kalanderkloof Hiking Trail starts directly opposite the entrance of the De Vasselot camping site. This route progresses up the Kalanderkloof to the lookout point. From the lookout point the route winds all the way back to the campsite.