Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Rocktail Bay Beach Camp (KwaZulu Natal, South Africa)

So, it’s “unique” and “sensational” you are searching for? Then send your small exclusive incentive group to Rocktail Beach Camp where the superlatives and “reasons to go” are easy to identify.

Located, under canvas, in the shaded sanctuary of a lush forest on South Africa’s KwaZulu Natal coast, it is a place of incredible and remote diversity and can’t be topped for exclusivity – you have 40km of unspoilt, pristine shoreline to yourself.

The camp has 17 rooms (nine standard, seven family suites and one VIP suite) overlooking the ocean, though it’s a brisk 20-minute walk to the beach where world-class snorkelling, scuba diving and unspoilt beach adventures await.

This is in the Greater St Lucia Wetlands World Heritage Site marine reserve (boating, fires and driving on the beach are prohibited) and where the bird life and turtles are major attractions. Loggerhead and leatherback turtles are quite famous here and they lay their eggs on the beach to hatch.

The lodge dining room, bar and lounge have a wrap-around veranda with views of the ocean and there’s also a large pool and a wine cellar. Activities include superb dive spots at pristine reefs, the beach, forest trails, forest and grassland bird watching, surf and rock fishing, Zulu dancing and culture, quad bikes, star gazing, swimming and cultural visits to nearby Gugulesizwe.

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