uMhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve
Go for a leisured hour-and-a-half walk at the uMhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve. The trail is on a well-marked path where you can wonder through the coastal forest on boardwalks that cross the Ohlange River. The reserve is home to the vervet monkeys, small buck and loads of beautiful butterflies and birds.
The Hawaan Forest is a unique indigenous woodland that has remained in its natural state for centuries. The Hawaan forest is a restricted area and if you wish to go for a guided walk you will have to book
Founded by John Langalibalele Dube in 1900. John Dube fundraised in the United States for the school he intended to start in Natal. First known as Zulu Christian Industrial School, later known as Ohlange Institute, opened on 26 July 1901, the first black controlled institution of its kind in South Africa.