About Moana Accommodation
Moana Accommodation offers comfortable accommodation in a guest house situated in Manaba Beach.
Accommodation is offered in a self-catering unit, a private outside room, a double room, and a backpacker’s unit. The self-catering unit comprises an open-plan kitchenette, lounge and dining room, and the other three rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are serviced daily. Guests have access to a communal swimming pool, Jacuzzi and braai facilities, as well as secure parking.
The guest house is conveniently located within walking distance to the beach and shops, and is ideal for backpackers or group bookings.
Manaba Beach lies just north of Margate and guests can visit South Coast beaches, The Waffle House, Riverbend Crocodile Farm, shops and restaurants, as well as the Oribi Gorge Nature Reserve located approximately one hour away.
Family friendly: Lovely family atmosphere, with friendly host, save swimming pool and secure.
Romantic: Lovely private rooms.
Moana Accommodation Rooms
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Manaba Beach
(0.6 km from Manaba Beach)
Funworld is situated in a beautifully restored old cinema and casino complex in the centre of Margate on Marine Drive. Dodgem cars, putt-putt, kids rides, pool and arcade games ensure that there’s amusement for everyone.
(0.8 km from Manaba Beach)
Backline is one of the longest standing nightclubs south of Durban. This party specialist and dance club in Marine Drive boasts some serious clout, regularly hosting top international and national DJ’s.
(1 km from Manaba Beach)
Lucien Beach is a popular Blue Flag swimming beach situated along the Hibiscus Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. The beach has a small shop as well as arts and crafts for sale around the main parking area. There are lifeguards on duty throughout the year and...
(1.5 km from Manaba Beach)
If you wanted to learn to surf back in the day, you’d have to find a board and figure it out for yourself. If you were very lucky, a buddy or a longsuffering boyfriend would give you a few tips before disappearing quickly behind the backline. Then...