Tourism, Accommodation and Historical Attractions in Natal, South Africa


Lake Sibaya: isiMangaliso Wetlands Park

Lake Sibaya is 18km long, averages 17km wide and up to 25m deep, is the largest body of freshwater in South Africa.

Zululand: Lake Sibaya

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There are scenic trails for birdwatching (two hides), boat trips, boats for hire and fishing and two birdwatching hides. The word describes the lake well - tsibayi - 'an enclosure with no visible outlet'.There is a large hippo and croc population because of its relative isolation.

Accommodation is in the form of four two bedded and four three bedded rustic huts. There is a communal kitchen and ablution block.

The Baya Camp Trail is a 3km trail along the edge of the lake.

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