Empangeni, town, northeastern KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, directly northwest of Richard’s Bay on the Indian Ocean and northeast of Durban.
In which town is Empangeni
Empangeni is a city in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is approximately 157 kilometres north of Durban, in hilly countryside, overlooking a flat coastal plain and the major harbour town of Richards Bay 16 kilometres away.
Is Empangeni in Zululand
Empangeni, a town about 160 km from Durban on the R34 just off the N2, is positioned in the hilly countryside of the Uthungulu district. The area around Empangeni brings to mind sugarcane plantations and hot, sticky, languid days.
Which coast is Empangeni
Empangeni is just 15km from Richards Bay on the coast of KwaZulu-Natal. Set within the rolling countryside of the Uthungulu district, the town is characterised by sugarcane plantations, hot days, cotton, cattle, and timber.
Why do people live in Empangeni
It’s within close proximity to the beach and Richard’s Bay a harbour town also popular for holidaymakers and individuals looking for a more tranquil way of life. Empangeni has many nature reserves and forests within close proximity to the more built up areas making it a birdwatcher and wildlife enthusiasts paradise.