ilanga. outstanding holiday accommodation
Walk to Shoal Bay
This is a beautiful walk from ilanga to Shoal Bay with an optional stop at the Nelson Bay lighthouse where you can enjoy a coffee and a light meal while enjoying the spectacular views. This is an easy walk of approximately 4.5km each way.
Walk to The Anchorage Hotel
This is a beautiful and easy 4km (each way) coastal walk from ilanga to the Anchorage Hotel.
Walk down to Woolies and then take a left towards the Marina. When you get to the small park near the marina with the flagpoles, take a left along the walking path and keep on that path past beautiful Dutchmans beach, Bagnall Beach (walk along the beach itself or the path to the s
Fingal Bay and Fingal Spit
take a drive to the corner of Tomaree Road and Marine Drive in Shoal Bay and park there. Walk just a few metres along Marine drive and then walk left along the sand path. After a 100m or so take the path to the right and follow the path until you get to the short but quite strenuous climb up the sand dune for a spectacular view of Fingal Bay and the spit. Walk down the sa
Tomaree Mountain lookout and surrounding beaches
Drive to Shoal Bay and park somewhere near Zenith Beach. Take the short walk to beautiful Zenith beach before returning to the car park and then taking the path up Tomaree Mountain. Its quite a strenous 20 - 30 minute hike to the top but it is definitely worth the effort. The views from up there are spectacular !
Return to your car either the way you
Walk to Soldiers Point
This walk is best done on the mid to low tide. Its about 7km in all and its an easy walk. Soldiers Point is a beautiful place to watch the sunset, by the way.
From ilanga, take the 15 minute drive to George Reserve on Soldiers Point Road and park your car there. Head to the beach and turn left. Walk along the beach to Kangaroo Point and then continue along the beach for as far
Whale Watching at Boat Harbour (seasonal)
Whether or not it's whale season, this is still a lovely place to visit.
Take the 10 minute drive to Kingsley Drive, Boat Harbour where you can park your car. From there, walk down to the lovely Boat Harbour Beach before heading off to the Whale Watching points along the rugged coastline. There are some lovely rock pools where you can take a cooling swim. T