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The Hooting Owl Guest House is a unique African Thatch Bush-Veld Lodge set in a coastal environment. This hidden jewel was custom-built to blend harmoniously into its surroundings. The Hooting Owl is located in Marina Beach, on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast, also know as the “Golf Coast”, approximately two hours drive south from Durban’s King Shaka International Airport.
The Hooting Owl is a naturist friendly establishment that is situated approximately 6.8 km from Mpenjati beach. The lodge caters for 16 people with 2 communal kitchens. There is a pleasant braai area as well as a large deck around the pool.
Mpenjati beach is a small strip of the Trafalgar beach roughly 140 kms south of Durban on the Hibiscus Coast. This is KwaZulu-Natal’s first nudist beach and the only official nudist beach in the country (The likes of Sandy Bay are unofficial nude beaches).
There are certain rules that accompany the beach’s status as a nudist beach. These include: the prohibition of photographs, unless everyone in the picture agrees to its being taken; no staring at anyone; no suggestive behaviour (one news article put it this way: “swaying of hips is allowed, but pole dancing wouldn’t be, if you get our point.”; you must always take a towel with you to the beach (probably in order to cover any unpredictable ‘reactions’, which are also not allowed); and rude comments, offensive language, racism, sexism, and homophobia are forbidden.