Banana Cabanas & Caravan Park Holiday Resort

Anerley, Port Shepstone, South Africa

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Port Shepstone, Ugu District, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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Set in quiet grounds on the lower KZN South Coast, this resort is ideally positioned to explore the many wonders of the South Coast. Wander back from the unspoiled beach to stay in comfort in a studio, 1, 2 or 3 bedroom self-catering unit, sheltered under cool trees, with the scent of fresh sea air. Some of the units at Suntide Beach Club in Port Shepstone consist of round walls and thatched roofs, giving you a quaint holiday feel.
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The Aloes Resort leads directly onto Pumula Beach, so you can stroll straight out of the resort right on to the beach. You can choose one of 3 types of apartments to suit your needs and to fit your family perfectly. At The Aloes in Pumula, you can enjoy sun and surf all day while the kids build sand castles or fish in rock pools with butterfly nets. Serviced units are fully equipped for your convenience.
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