About Mtuba Manor Guesthouse
Mtuba Manor is a stylish guesthouse surrounded by a flourishing sub-tropical garden with abundant bird life and a sparkling pool. Accommodation is offered in seven, fully serviced, en-suite guest rooms, featuring luxurious finishing's as well as air-conditioning for relief from the hot Zululand summers.
Being situated in Mtubatuba, we are conveniently placed halfway between the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve and the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, formerly known as the Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site. Come and experience the African Safari, beautiful coastline and rich Zulu culture, all within a half hours drive of Mtuba Manor Guesthouse.
For birding enthusiasts, the area is well known for it's bird-life. Some of the rarer offerings include the Palmnut Vulture, Red-chested Bee-eater, and the Plum Coloured Starling- all of which have been spotted from the gardens of Mtuba Manor. The weather is suitable for year-round visits, bearing in mind that the summer season is the rainy season.
We offer luxurious, comfortable and safe- bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Zululand. Relax in our lush gardens, or take a short trip to the pristine beaches of St. Lucia and Cape Vidal. Safari in the nearby Hluhluwe-iMfolozi game reserve- where you may be lucky enough to see the big five. We own and manage our guesthouse personally, and we strive to offer service of the highest quality. Your comfort is our priority.
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Things to do in and around Mtubatuba
(10.1 km from Mtubatuba)
Take the kids to Chané Cheese Farm for a fun experience milking goats and an educational tour. Don’t miss sampling a variety of homemade organic cheeses. Kick back and enjoy the views and breakfast or a light lunch at the coffee shop. Delicious goat...
(21.9 km from Mtubatuba)
The circular Igwala Gwala Forest Trail leads through coastal forest next to the estuary. Igwala is the Zulu name for Purple Crested Turaco. Birders should check the ground, mid-stratum and canopy. You can expect White-eared Barbet, Yellow-rumped...
(18.5 km from Mtubatuba)
Check out winged beauties while supporting the local community at the Isiphaphalazi Butterfly Dome. Here you will see butterflies indigenous to the local Dukuduku coastal forest. Walk the interesting Rasta Trail or Community Trail and enjoy freshly...
(10.1 km from Mtubatuba)
9 hole golf course, also used as an 18 hole, with tennis courts and a squash court