South Africa’s own tropical paradise

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Deciding where to go on holiday is always a stressful exercise. Whether or not you know where you are going, the most important thing is to have a dreamy holiday and create everlasting memories.

This tropical paradise resort is an ideal holiday destination. It will make you feel like you have escaped the real world.

San Lameer Estate is located on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal, Southbroom. Providing the perfect escape for holidaymakers. It is well situated not far from the beautiful Indian ocean with breathtaking nature background. Visitors marvel at the spectacular view on offer.

 One of its main attraction is the 18- hole champion golf course. The very first golfing estate to be developed in South Africa. Catering for everyone even the ‘not so serious golf player.’

The resort accommodates all your holiday pleasures from fine dining, spa retreats to exhilarating outdoor activities like mountain bike training. If you’re an introvert who enjoys their own company or a bookworm you can hop into their library for a new read.

Self-catering villas with generously proportioned rooms with balcony. The best thing about them is that they are homely. You can host braai evenings or cook dinner at the comfort of ‘your home away from home’.

If you’re looking for over the top opulence then their Camelot Spa is the place to go. Working to soothe your cares away for an ultimate relaxation experience.

Their 4- star hotel is decorated in a modern, fresh and coastal style offering superior and comfortable accommodation.  They open for breakfast and dinner daily with delicious food that awaits you to taste.

 There’s an abundance place to relax and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of nature. And a variety of other tourism activities you can do around the area.

San Lameer has plenty to offer from tropical vibes, the bubbly pool and the views.

The bustling festive season is around the corner. Don’t just take my word for it, go and check it out yourself.

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A qualified journalism alumna from the University of Johannesburg who’s passionate about writing and story-telling. She believes in social change, shifting the narrative around social behaviours and relations such as stereotyping, racism, and to live in a society where we can all be free to exercise our human rights. Busisiwe lives by this famous quote by the great Nelson Mandela “It always seems impossible until it’s done”.

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