About Natal Spa Timeshare Resort
Natal Spa Timeshare Resort, situated at Natal Spa Hot Springs & Leisure Resort is set in 550 hectares of beautiful KwaZulu Natal bushveld amongst giant Cambrian granite boulders that are millions of years old. The resort boasts beautiful views over the Bivane River and has abundant bird life.
The very scenic Natal Spa in Northern KwaZulu Natal is only 35kms from Vryheid and equidistant from Durban and Johannesburg. It is ideally situated for a mutually accessible holiday destination.
Self Catering Accommodation
There are six sleeper self catering units which are tastefully furnished and comprise two bedrooms with two private bathrooms, lounge / dining area and flat screen TV. Kitchens are fully equipped with fridge, stove, microwave, toaster, kettle, cutlery and crockery. Braai facilities are also provided.
The Natal Spa is known for its cuisine; 'farm-style' breakfasts at the dining room and terrace, light meals at The Bistro and delicious a la carte and buffet dinners. The Raptors Restaurant bar (open from 10h00 until late) and the Boulders Bar alongside the heated pools are perfect spots for sundowners.
Attractions and Activities
The Natal Spa is famed for its hot mineral waters. The thermal waters rise up along fault fissures and are heated at source to between 36 and 45 degrees Celsius. These 'triple waters' contain healing chlorides, sulphates and carbonates that can help treat a variety of ailments and even the stresses and strains of everyday life.
In addition to the seven hot mineral water pools, there are cold swimming pools, a water park which includes the longest super tube (110m long) and a Jacuzzi, quad bikes with a 10km track, mountain biking, demarcated hiking trails which offer the delight of genuine bushman paintings, squash, tennis, birding, fishing, table tennis, snooker and darts, beauty spa and wellness centre.
Nearby attractions include tours of the battle fields as it is on the Battlefields Route, game drives and paragliding. It has also been identified as one of the birding hot spots on the Zululand Birding Route, boasting over 160 bird species that have been identified at the resort, as well as a breeding pair of Crowned Eagles.
The magnificent granite boulders in the gardens provide perfect conditions for the local hyrax or rock rabbit population, commonly known as the 'dassie'.