The sights and scenery surrounding Scarborough beach are something to be admired. The mountains stand tall around you and the vast endless ocean lying before you make this beautiful and serene beach to relax at. Stunning rock pools to explore are waiting on the shoreline and the waves welcome the surfers to challenge them. A stroll along this secluded and long white sandy beach is very pleasant. It is advisable to be cautious while swimming due to the occasional ripĀ current just off the beach. Scarborough beach is never overcrowded but can get busy in summer when the tourists flock to these gorgeous sands. Being a very spacious beach there is always space for you and your family to soak up the sun without feeling invaded by others playing ball on the beach or those flying kites on a more windy day.


The Sabie Falls are found at the start of the spectacular Panorama Route. The Panorama Route then travels further north up to the Blyde River Canon. The Sabie Falls are a short walk from the parking lot with a number of different viewing areas. Beautiful all year round, the falls are surrounded by steep cliffs and lush vegetation.



The Umhlanga Lighthouse is fully automated though its form is hand captured by local artists whose works are sold to foreigners chartering international waters with framed fragile portraits of this sturdy structure. Mistress of memorabilia and master of light since 1954, this 21m high circular concrete tower has a light range of 24 sea miles at a focal plane height of 25 meters above high sea level. It has never been attended by a lighthouse keeper with the official warden residing at the adjacent original beach cottage of the area, now the Oyster Beach Hotel.