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South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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Umzinto South Coast Kwazulu Natal, Southcoast KwaZulu Natal South Africa

UMZINTO

Accommodation:
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Hotels, Camping
Out & About:
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Garden, Beauty, Health, etc....
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Doctors, Chemists, Dentists
Other Information:
Tourism, Municipal,
Telecom & Provincial

Umzinto is named after the Umzinto River, which takes its name from its destructive nature during floods. It is home to antelope and birds. Umzinto began as a centre for the sugar industry in 1858. It became a magistracy in 1865. Umzinto is predominantly an Indian-influenced town which gives it a slightly more exotic air than some of the other KwaZulu Natal coastal towns. Half an hour beyond Umzinto lies the 2,189 hectare Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve, a combination of open grassland and coastal forest... home to a wide range of wild animals plus more than 300 confirmed bird species. KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife Service maintains the reserve and its accommodation facilities.

 

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