A wise man once said that a break in a beautiful place will help you rejuvenate and figure out all you need. Lalanathi Caravan Park provides a relaxed, serene environment that allows you to bask in the beauty of nature. The best part is that you get to indulge in various fun activities without having to break the bank.
Lalanathi Caravan & Camping Park located in Melville, Anerley, KwaZulu Natal South Coast is an excellent escape place. This beautiful caravan and camping park is within walking distance from a magnificent beach with tidal pools. Moreover, Lalanathi is just fifteen minutes away from Port Shepstone, and an hour away from the city of Durban. How much will you spend at the park and what activities can you do?
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Lalanathi Caravan Park fun activities
As one of the popular Caravan parks South coast, Lalanathi prides itself in providing a memorable experience that will leave you rejuvenated. To this end, the park offers a variety of activities in addition to the relaxing environment. First, the facility has well-spaced, private, and secure sites with well-maintained scullery and ablution facilities. All you need is to carry a caravan, motorhome, tent or trailer. If you cannot bring any, you can always book the park home or rent a caravan. As you enjoy caravan camping, here are some of the activities you should try out;
- Beautiful beach walks
- Playing volleyball
- Exploring rock pools
- Butterfly watching
- Games (pool table, trampoline, darts)
The park also has a lapa equipped with a big TV screen and DSTV to entertain teens. Given that the park provides self-catering accommodation, cooking can be an excellent activity to help your families bond. Moreover, apart from camping on the beach KZN, you can also explore the surrounding areas.
Other adventurous activities within the park's range
Lalanathi’s proximity to some of the best things that nature has to offer makes it even more ideal for family outings. You can choose to visit the butterfly dome at MacBananas. Alternatively, you can take your family to the nearby Lake Eland Game Reserve. If you are the more adventurous type, try out Africa’s longest zip line (4.5 kilometers long). For magnificent views, you can go site seeing around Oribi Gorge.
Sports lovers have the luxury of several golf courses located in the neighboring areas including Port Shepstone, Selborne Park, Southbroom, Margate, and Umdoni Park. For your shopping needs, you can check out Shelley Centre and Margate. Finally, if you love the thrill of gambling, you can visit the Wild Cost Sun and Casino, which is 45 minutes away from the park.
Lalanathi Caravan Park fees
Lalanathi has some of the most competitive rates among the camping sites in KZN. One Stand can host 4-8 people, one car, one caravan, and electricity. The park rates depend on the time of the year (high peak or low peak season). Also, note that the prices vary depending on the number of people. Below is a comprehensive breakdown of the Lalanathi Caravan and Camping Park fees upto January 2020.
Out of season rates
- R130 per person per night
Low peak season rates- June/July/October school holidays and long weekends
- 4 persons per night- R400
- 3 persons per night- R300
- 2 persons per night- R260
High peak season rates
- Easter Holidays - R160 per person per night
- December school holidays - R880 for four persons per night (i.r.o age), and R160 per person thereafter.
Extra charges for additional people
- 2 - 12 Years - 1/2 price of respective tariff
- R20 per day for an extra vehicle
- Day visitors - R25 per person
Charges for pensioners
- 1st Feb to 31st October per month for a maximum of 2 people - R2300 monthly.
Note that for for shorter visits to the park, out of season rates are less 10%, while full tariffs apply during the high season. You can also hire the park home or large caravans at the rate below:
Park home hosting a maximum of 8 persons per night rates
Out of season - R200
Low season - R200
High peak season - R300
Large caravans for a maximum of 5 individuals per night rates
Out of Season - R150
Low peak season - R150
High season- R200
If visiting this one of the renowned caravanparks in South Africa with extra people, note that additional costs apply per person per night.
Lalanathi Caravan Park rules and regulations
Lalanathi has a strict refund policy that includes no refunds for late arrivals or early departures. Other terms and conditions include a pet policy that prohibits bringing cats to the facility, as well as a no smoking policy in hired tents. Here are other rules at the facility:
- During out of season, you can bring along small lap dogs, but they must be kept under control, on leads, and be fully vaccinated. Charges will be R20.00 per day.
- You need to make a deposit of 50% of total cost so as to confirm your reservation. The remaining amount should be paid four 4 weeks before arrival.
- To get help in setting up caravan tents, you will part with R25 per person per hour.
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Lalanathi Caravan Park contact numbers
You can reach the park through the following;
Telephone: 039 684 5372
Mobile: 084 876 5298
Fax: 039 684 5372
P.O.Box 12268, Anerley 4230
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The next time you want to get away from the busy life even just for a minute, you can add Lalanathi Caravan Park to your list. You can also visit other caravan parks in KZN such as Caravan Cove Caravan and Camping and compare the fees, activities, and services.
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Source: Briefly News