Recreational Activities

Heated Pool
Close to Racing Track
Private Functions - Small Conferences
Beach Weddings - Honeymoon
Birthday Parties
Cocktail bar - Music - Braai area - Bonfire
Accommodation for parents - (kids sport)(rugby & basketball)
Plenty more to do....

The seaside suburb of Oslo Beach is known for its hot summers and surfing opportunities. It is also where Bay Tide Lodge is situated, the ideal stopover for business and leisure guests visiting the town of Port Shepstone in Kwa Zulu Natal.

This lovely lodge has three comfortably furnished units. The bed configurations and bathroom types differ, but all units have living areas and fully equipped kitchens for all your self-catering needs. Guests can wake up to stunning sea views, and fall asleep to the sounds of waves crashing onto the beach.

The property has a heated pool for guests to enjoy. Late evening provides the perfect time to relax with a drink from the bar, or unwind on the wooden deck. Guests have direct access to the beach which is the ideal place to appreciate the sunny weather, and while away lazy afternoons.


Nature reserves:

Oribi George Nature Reserve   

Tel :        +27(0)39 679 1644           

Fax :       +27(0)39 679 1644   

Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve

Tel:        +27 21 910 1780

Fax:       +27 86 750 4356 / +27 21 910 3766


Contact Sue & Andries Bruwer

Tel:        +27 (0) 39 687 0303

Fax:        086 551 8591

Cell:        083 265 5261

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Wild Coast Sun Golf Club

Central Reservations:

Tel:        +27 11 780 7800 / 7810

Fax:       +27 11 780 7443

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San Lameer Golf Course

Tel :      +27 (0) 39 313 5141

Fax :     +27 (0) 39 313 5144

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Southbroom Golf Course

Golf bookings and inquiries

Tel & Fax: +27-(0)39-316-6051

Manager and membership

Phone:     +27-(0)39-316-6026

Fax:         +27-(0)39-316-6040

Scottsburg Golf Course

Tel :        +27(0)39 976 0041

Fax :       +27(0)39 978 3875

Port Shepstone Golf Course

Tel:         +27 (0) 39-695-0141

Fax:        +27 (0) 39-695-0142

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Margate Golf Course

Bookings: 039 317 2340

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●Dolphin & Whale Watching ●Horse Riding ●Deep Sea Fishing ●Mountain Biking, Quad & 4X4 ●Scuba Diving ●Abseiling & Rock Climbing ●Golfing ●Sea Kayaking


Port Shepstone Lighthouse

Tel:        0396822455

Port Edward Lighthouse

Tel:        0823744114


Nightingale Wreck:      The boiler of this 1933 trawler wreck is still high on the rocks at Munster, inhabited by Rock Hyrax (Dassie).

                                     Contact (039) 311 1211
Sáo Joáo Shipwreck:    The shipwreck of the Portuguese Sáo Joáo was regarded as one of the great losses at sea and carries the tale of the

                                     loss of one of the world's greatest ships. Contact: (039) 311 1211



Scottsburg:                    Pilot Blue Flag status, a friendly beach that is ideal for the whole family. Contact: (039) 976 1364


Hibberdene:                   Blue Flag Status, Hibberdene Main Beach, provides delightful shaded family picnic spots. The wide stretch of shoreline boasts various interesting  

                                         rock pools. The sea is particularly clear thus rock and surf angling is of excellent quality. Contact: (039) 699 3203

Banana Beach:               Banana Beach is a glorious bathing beach with tidal pools. This area has very a productive reef, perfect for spear fishing.Contact: (039) 682 2455.


Southport Beach:          Southport Beach is a popular safe beach all year round.


Port Shepstone:            Port Shepstone Beach is long and wide boasting spectacular rock formations, excellent for rock angling. A large tidal pool is also available for those   

                                          who just need to lazily float around. Contact: (039) 682 2455


Shelly Beach:                  A shell collector's paradise is waiting to be found at Shelly Beach where the finest miniature pink lady shells can be found hidden among the many  

                                          varieties, which make Shelly Beach famous. Contact: (039) 315 5168


St. Michael's-on-Sea:    Boasting one of the best point breaks in South Africa, definitely qualifies “St Mikes” as one of the finest local and international surfers beaches.

                                          For extra family fun paddling boats and a tidal pool is available. Contact: (039) 315 5168


Uvongo:                           Uvongo is famous for its 23m waterfall, which plunges into one of the deepest lagoons in the country. Other amenities consist of a tidal pool, a baby

                                          paddling pool, a fishing pier, paddling boats, tearoom and a restaurant. Contact: (039) 312 2322


Margate:                         This, “mile long”, pilot blue flag status beach, is a beehive of action and exciting entertainment. At night, brilliant coloured floodlights brightens up the  

                                         beach, ideal for a tranquil nocturnal stroll. Contact: (039) 312 2322


Ramsgate:                      Another Blue Flag Status Beach, providing a peaceful haven for those who enjoy the quieter life. This beach offers braai and picnic facilities in a  

                                         park like setting shaded by enormous trees, perfect for the whole family. Contact: (039) 312 2322


Southbroom:                 Southbroom is a holidaymakers playground. With a glorious shoreline, two river lagoons make it an absolute delight to windsurfers. Good surfing  

                                         conditions makes this a surfer's paradise. A favorite spot for fisherman is Black Rock. Contact: (039) 316 6140


Marina Beach:                Marina Beach now also boasts blue flag status resulting in the Hibiscus Coast boasting a total of three blue flags! This beach is one of the most  

                                         beautiful along our coastline and is flanked by an “island style” outdoor restaurant. Lush sub-tropical vegetation completes the perfect unspoiled  

                                         beach, which is wide and stretches along for miles on end. Contact: (039)3166140


Trafalgar Beach:            Trafalgar Beach has its own fresh water Public swimming pool, but more importantly, unique fossil beds going back  thousands of years are also to  

                                         be found. Contact: (039) 316 6140


Palm Beach:                   Palm Beach boasts its own tidal pool and has a beachfront pub & restaurant. Every Saturday it has an Arts & Crafts type flea market on open lawns  

                                         in between the restaurant and the beach. Palm Beach is reputed to be one of the best “Wind Surfing” beaches along the coast.Contact: (039) 3111211


Kids Beach:                    (Leisure Bay) Kids beach is a beautiful beach with shark nets and a lifeguard hut. Kids beach is a very popular family beach where both kids and  

                                         parents can enjoy themselves. Contact: (039) 311 1211


Silver Beach:                  (Port Edward) Fishing is one of the most popular sports in Port Edward. The gullies, rocks, surf, river and lagoon all offer a wealth of fun with line

                                         and rod. Ski boats launch from the main beach and offer thrills for spectators as they launch and land fighting the elements of the rough surf.  

                                         Contact: (039) 3111211


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