The town of Amanzimtoti, which in Zulu means “sweet waters” is said to have been named by the great Zulu King Shaka after tasting the fresh water that flows out of the hills here.
Amanzimtoti, playfully called Toti by the locals stretches from Athlone Park in the north to Clansthal in the south. With approximately 40kms of golden sand and lush coastal forests this area is a holiday makers paradise.
The coast that forms part of Toti is home to an interesting blend of cultures peacefully co-existing in this heavenly area. With a cultural history tracing back 1 800 years to today’s wealth of expressive Zulu arts and crafts, there is much to be enjoyed by visitors. Toti has its roots firmly planted in ancient traditional culture which gently mixes with todays societal expectations.
The surrounding natural beauty overflows into the towns shopping malls and retail outlets, providing a relaxed and serene atmosphere.
Accommodation in Amanzimtoti
There are plenty of accommodation options in and around the town, suitable for all tastes and budgets. The accommodation directory provides a list of advertisers in the region.
Famous for sea, sun and surf, Toti’s activities are all about the outdoors. From fishing, surfing and scuba diving to paddling in the lagoons or white water rafting – there is certainly something for everyone.
The Main Beach is the heart of the ocean fun and is a hive of activity in season. Water slides and activities at the water world reels in the families seeking playful fun. The activities directory has a list of things to do and see.
As a tourist town, Amanzimtoti does not lack diversity of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. Not to mention the colourful street traders selling their local wares. See the business directory for the advertised businesses or list your own as a free listing.
Read more information on Amanzimtoti at www.amanzimtoti-info.co.za
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