Leriba Coastal Golf Lodge Is a Nature’s Paradise

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Leriba Coastal Golf Lodge Is a Nature’s Paradise

Leriba Coastal Golf Lodge Is a Nature’s Paradise

Leriba Coastal Golf Lodge (part of the Leriba Hotel Group) is located at a breathtaking location on the world famous Prince’s Grant Golf Estate, right beside the Dolphin Coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The location is just a forty-five minutes ride from Durban and a 25-minute one from the King Shaka International Airport. From Ballito the distance is a meager 20 kilometers on a stretch of pristine unaffected-from-tourism stretch of coastline.

The TGCSA, an exclusive 5-star self catering lodge sits amiably on one of South Africa’s top golf courses and enjoys stunning views of both the 12th green and the Indian Ocean. Inside, the lodge boasts 6 luxurious suites, an open plan kitchen that is well equipped and stocked, large lounge and dining space, a swimming pool, an outdoor entertainment and braai area.

The lodge is surrounded by large greens, undulating fairways and views worth traveling a thousand miles. The golf course, designed by Peter Matkovich is one of Kwa Zulu Natal’s and South Africa’s finest and offers players an unique blend of challenge, experience and rewards. The course is a links/parkland layout with magnificent sea vistas and the natural rugged beauty of the Zululand interior.

The Bunkers Restaurant offers some of the best imaginative cuisines around, while the Mulligans Pub the 19th hole at Prince’s Grant overlooks the 18th, 10th and 1st holes the amazing views of the sea and the golfing estate.

To punctuate the seemingly endless kilometers of secluded beachfront and nature’s paradise for birdwatchers some other forms of entertainment such as tennis, squash and swimming has also been provided.

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Rory Mukherjee

Rory Mukherjee is a freelance article writer specialising in digital photography and travel related topics.He is also an avid traveller who loves to document his travels in his articles and through his lenses.Rory currently contributes the latest travel news to YouTravel.com.au and hope to expand his travel prowess in the not too distant future.