Scottsburgh, South Africa

Scottburgh is a bay situated on the South Bank of the Mpambanyoni River, a short river that culminates in a lagoon. It is one of the best geographic examples of a bay on the South African coast, one appeal of Scottburgh beach is in its grass-covered banks leading down to sandy beaches, which have made it a popular holiday resort for South Africans and foreign holidaymakers alike for many years. One of the most attractive and popular resorts on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast, Scottburgh's past is steeped in both colonial and traditional Zulu culture. Shaka King of the Zulu's, and his entourage were amongst some of the early visitors to this area.

1st February 2024

16 days (2-night travel) 14 nights in the Blue Marlin Hotel on Half Board,

6 games of bowls at local clubs, all green fees, all transfers

A full-day tour to a game reserve/farm includes lunch and a game drive.

A full-day tour to a Zulu village, a half-day rural tour

A farewell/prize-giving dinner - Evening entertainment.

£1485 per person sharing a twin room, Flights to be added at cost