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TTriton Dive Lodge is situated in Sodwana Bay on KwaZulu Natal's North Coast, and offers accommodation in a natural pine forest, just far enough off the beaten track to ensure peace and tranquillity. Accommodation ranges from double chalets, some of which are en-suite, to fully equipped 2 bedroom units neatly spaced around the premises to ensure maximum privacy. The rooms are airy and spacious. Ablution block facilities are available to guests, and you can even shower under a huge Umdoni tree. Guests have access to an equipped communal kitchen and a spacious braai area. Self-catering houses are also offered, these are set apart from the rest of the camp and have access to their own braai area and parking. Guests in the self-catering houses also have access to the communal kitchen and the spacious braai area. All units are equipped with linen and bath towels, mosquito nets, and fans. Some units have tea and coffee making facilities, and the en-suite units have complimentary soap and shampoo. Wi-Fi access is also available to guests. Triton Dive Lodge facilities also include a shady decked swimming pool area for cooling off during the day, a restaurant and lounge, curio shop, and a licensed bar. Scuba diving courses for all levels and a scuba diving charter are also offered at Triton Dive Lodge.   Come and see what "The Triton Experience" is all about! 


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A visit to Kwa-Zulu Natal’s Valley of a Thousand Hills is one characterized by unspoilt nature, wildlife, magnificent scenery, good old South African wining and dining, a rich heritage, and warm country hospitality. This area, just a half an hour's drive from Durban, is named after the thousands of hills that tumble down to the mighty Umgeni River, which flows from the distant Drakensberg Mountains to the warm and inviting Indian Ocean. This area combines luxurious, laidback country living with an ancient, indigenous culture. For generations, the Zulu people have lived in and around the valley, and no visit is complete without a trip to one of the Zulu cultural villages. Here you can gain insight into the culture and traditions of one of the largest of South Africa’s cultural groups, attend (and even participate in) a traditional ceremony, learn about the customs of these fascinating folk, consult with a natural herbalist (inyanga) or a witch doctor (sangoma), and sample some of the homemade beer. Around the area: Experience traditional dancing and cultural shows at Phezulu Safari Park, or shop for crafts and curios at the 1000 Hills Arts and Crafts Village, enjoy a taste of nature at the Assagay, Springside and Krantzkloof Gorge nature reserves, or get your heart racing with some paragliding or rock climbing at Inchanga and Monteseel, or mountain biking at Giba Gorge Mountain Bike Park. Thank you to @struebermary for this beautiful snap. #MeetSouthAfrica #TravelSouthAfrica #Travelgram #kwazulunatal #exploresouthafrica #thisissouthafrica #wanderlust #southafrica

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