Mpenjati Nature Reserve

The Mpenjati Nature Reserve is 66 ha in size and comprises a system of interlinking wetlands, grasslands and dune forests. The reserve has two picnic sites, one on each bank of the Mpenjati river, both includes braai facilities and ablution blocks.

The Ipithi trail on the South bank is 1,2km long and offers visitors the opportunity of sighting Blue Duiker, Grey Duiker and Bushbuck. The Yengele trail on the North Bank is 1,8 km long and is routed through one of the largest Dune forests on the Natal South Coast. Visitors might have the opportunity of sightseeing forest antelope and a host of bird species. The forest is also home to a breeding pair of Fish Eagle.

Magnificent views form the observation platforms of both trails which provides breathtaking experiences of the lagoon, wetland system and the coast.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 19 March 2008 19:24)

 
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