Make A Weekend Of It
The New – Inkosi K W Mathaba –
DOKODWENI BEACH CAMP
(formerly Nkwazi Camp, Next to Prawn Shak)
The newly renovated beach camp next door to us now means you can simply roll down the hill to your accommodation, enjoy a braai in the boma area and take long walks on our magnificent beach, that’s if you are not fishing, canoeing or kite surfing!
Offering Bungalows, Chalets, Camping and Conference Centre,
This rustic beach camp now offers a comfortable stop over so you can
‘Make a weekend of it’
14 Bungalows @ R650 (sleeps 2) including Breakfast
8 Wooden Chalets @ R250pp (sleeps 2) including Breakfast
R50 per Camp Site and R100 for Caravans
R500 Venue hire for Functions deck
NB Safe Parking in the Camp – R10
BOOKINGS – 071 2059626 072 2981667
The relaxed way to do a Team building!…
It’s probably time to get the team together & the Long Lazy Lunch at the Prawn Shak is an ideal way to blow off some steam, share some war stories & generally do some bonding
The ‘Shak’ experience is a Team building in it’s own right, however formal team building options are available
REMEMBER – DRESS THE PART
We like to think that the Prawn Shak is pretty larney!! BUT the name says it all!! It’s a ‘Shack’ – Less is more
The dress code is #beachvibves shorts, slops, vests, sunglasses
BOOK NOW!! – 084 737 6493 firstname.lastname@example.org
Launching COUNTRY WEEKENDS with our Network partners
Check out www.countryweekends.co.za for a great escape to the quaint Zululand town of Eshowe and of course, a Long Lazy Lunch at the Prawn Shak to get you in the mood!
With a host of different activities on offer, you can customize your country escape to suit and to really take out the hassel factor,
book the Party Bus to keep you in the party mode
and coming soon, a Party Bus to The Marula Shak in Mozambique
In February ’16, we bid farewell to Buds on the Bay in the Durban Harbour
Buds came to the end of its lease (nonrenewable) and after 11 years and lots of crazy happenings, its time was up.
It was a fun upmarkedly dodgy spot in the docks where music tastings, blackball nights and more, livened things up!
Sadly the gridlocked traffic, pollution and general deterioration of the area meant the ending of the lease was a welcome release and it will now revert to an industrial site.
However, the journey continues and for more unique experiences –
Head on up to the Prawn Shak at Amatikulu, OR
Try our new Marula Shak on the Nkumbe Wildlife Estate, Ponta Malongane,
(Southern Mozambique, just past Ponta D’Ouro).
and for something different, check out www.countryweekends.co.za for an escape to the quaint Zululand town of Eshowe