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Fishing on the KZN South Coast

The KZN, South Coast offers some of the finest angling areas in the world. Here are a few of the famous and not-so-famous spots to try your luck: Famous Fishing Spots – Scottburgh & Pennington Famous Fishing Spots – Umzumbe & Port Shepstone Famous Fishing Spots – Margate Pier & Lee Rock Famous Fishing Spots – Pot Hole & Orange Rocks Famous Fishing Spots – Shirley Avenue, Ramsgate Famous Fishing Spots – Trafalgar Famous Fishing Spots – Palm Beach High Rock, Ladder Rock & Splash Rock, Port Edward The deep water spots can produce large sandsharks and a variety of rays especially during the hot summer months. Casting and fast retrieving of surface ‘poppers’ may attract Kingfish during summer although other species cannot be ruled out. Casting with ‘spinners’ in the early morning or late afternoon during autumn and winter may bag you a King Mackerel, Yellowtail, Kingfish, Garrick or Natal Snoek.... read more

Hibiscus Retirement Villages

Buy Once … Move Once Hibiscus Retirement Villages was established in 1962 in the beautiful coastal town of Margate. A registered non profit organisation, Hibiscus Retirement Villages became the first retirement society in the country to use the “Life Rights” basis. With 3 established retirement villages situated on some of South Africa’s most beautiful coast line HRV promises residents an unbeatable mature lifestyle with a strong emphasis on community, healthy living and security. Ramsgate Retirement Village Situated in Ramsgate, a prestine coastal town that boasts one of the finest blue flag beaches on the coast, the village consists of 61 face brick cottages and lots of amenities. Built in 1989 by the town board it was officially acquired by HRV in 1995 Margate Retirement Village With a wide variety of integrated lifestyle facilities to suit all residents Margate Retirement Village has become a sought after retirement destination for many. MRV... read more

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