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Kanti Amanzi Mtoti' meaning 'The water is sweet' was a remark made by Zulu Warrior Chief Shaka, when camping alongside the Manzimtoti River, resulting in it's name. Amanzimtoti is the first town in the area known as "The Sunshine Coast" which is part of the Natal - South Coast. It is a combination of a holiday resort and a residential area.


  • Amanzimtoti Bird Sanctuary - A captivating, self-guided trail winding through the forest, with 150 species of birds which visit the sanctuary.

  • Japanese Style Gardens - These gardens surrounding a lake, provide peace and tranquility to the early morning or evening strollers.

  • Umbogavango Nature Reserve - Situated North of Amanzimtoti, an ideal spot for bird watching

  • The Shongololo Crawl Arts & Crafts Route


  • Tenpin Bowling

  • Golf

  • Rogies Park - Swings and slides, providing hours of fun for the young.

  • Water sports, Water sports, Watersports (need I say more)

  • The seven kilometre beach front comprises two well-monitored bathing areas: Inyoni Rocks and Pipeline Beach.

  • Scuba diving on the Aliwal Shoal

  • Horse riding.