About Umtentweni

Umtentweni is situated on the South Coast, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Show on Map

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Umtentweni, South Coast

Umtentweni lies at the mouth of the Mtentweni River which is named after a species of grass which grows on its banks.

Enjoy ocean sunrises on Tweni Beach, long walks, swim, surf or watch the dolphins go by.

Umtentweni is Ideally situated only 2 km from Port Shepstone, 10 km from Shelly Beach, with shops, banks, restaurants and all other facilities. Just one hour's drive from Durban and 17 km from Margate, Umtentweni is perfectly positioned to view the seasonal whale, dolphin and sardine runs or passing ships.

Only 80 m from the Indian Ocean and an easy stroll to the main protected swimming beach, Tweni. Life guards are on duty in season. There is a paddling pool which is safe for children and of course the ocean for swimming, surfing and fishing.

Umtentweni is a lovely holiday resort as it is far away from the crowds, yet close by to all the necessary shopping facilities and tourist attractions.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Umtentweni

Pinnacles Seaside Unit

Self Catering

Pinnacles Seaside Unit

Just an hours drive from Durban in the Paradise of the Kingdom of KwaZulu Natal is Pinnacles Seaside Unit. Housed in an ... more

Umthunzi Hotel and Conference

Hotel / Self Catering

Umthunzi Hotel and Conference

Umthunzi Hotel and Conference is a luxury venue that welcomes leisure guests, business delegates and wedding parties ... more

Tweni Waterfront Guest Lodge

Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering

Tweni Waterfront Guest Lodge

Tweni Waterfront Guest Lodge lies on the North bank of the Umtentweni Lagoon, 3km North of Port Shepstone. We are easy to ... more

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