Property details

Erf size:
5.94 ha
Energy Supplies:
Rates and Taxes:
R1,253 per month


  • Commercial facilities including conference centre, country estate, guest lodge and small holding

Eco-Tourism Land for Sale- Potential for Development Projects in the Tourism Sector

The 2004 Feasibility Study for Community-Based Tourism at Hazelmere Dam in Verulam, Kwa Zulu Natal, conducted for the eThekwini Municipality, aimed to explore the viability of tourism development in the area. Through extensive market research, it assessed potential projects, focusing on local and domestic tourism. Recommendations included residential and office space, a family resort, water-based activities, Eco-tourism, and picnic facilities. With ongoing developments like the Dube Trade Port and changes since the study, revisiting proposed tourism projects is essential, considering updated market information and new developments in the area. Discover a Potential Tourist Oasis in Hazelmere, Verulam, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa! Escape.Ecotourism accommodation including a camping area, backpackers facilities, standalone cabins and conference center are options for this 59.429 m2 of pristine green belt. Perched on the tranquil waters edge, this picturesque haven offers the perfect canvas for a dream lifestyle resort. With its idyllic setting, this land is perfect for crafting a lifestyle retreat that harmonizes with nature. Endless possibilities envision charming log cabins nestled among the trees, inviting hiking trails leading to breathtaking vistas, and thrilling water sports adventures just out of the the suburban north coast of Durban. This property offers sustainable business potential , creation of localized employment, and significant contribution to the Verulam economy. Hazelmere Dam is situated in a gorge on the Mdloti River, about 5km upstream north-west of the town of Verulam. The dam is situated in the Magisterial District of Verulam (29°35'39"S 31°02'02"E). Access to Hazelmere Dam northern bank only is along a secondary tarred road P100 which runs north from Verulam to Hazelmere for 8km, followed by 2km of gravel road. Access to the Msinsi Holdings Recreational Facility, on the southern bank of the reservoir and 8km from north of Verulam, is along a minor road P239. Contact us today to learn more about this exceptional offering and start turning a vision into reality.

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