Travel Directions  to Villa Mia Holiday Flats St Lucia, Natal North Coast, KZN South Africa.

  • Below are travel directions to Villa Mia Holiday Flats which is situated in the beautiful small coastal town of St. Lucia North Coast, KZN, South Africa.
  • Notes must be taken that some of the road sections are tolled.
  • This include road section from Johannesburg to Ermelo.
  • Durban to Umtunzini.
  • Road surface conditions are not always good and as such, care must be taken when deciding to travel to St. Lucia Natal North Coast, KZN South Africa.
  • St. Lucia is a well known fishing paradise and as such, many anglers do tow boats, caravans, trailers and Jetskis to St. Lucia.
  • It is paramount that holiday makers note the conditions of the roads they might be travelling on.
  • Regular road surface updates will be posted, so do look out for them.
  • Printable pdf documents will be added below the road surface updates.
  • We hope that these documents can assist you in planning, and creating the best holiday experience one might ever encounter.
  • We plan on adding emergency numbers to the road sections to assist should emergencies arise.
  • Crime is everywhere and care should be taken when travelling.

For the best Self Catering Holiday accommodation bookings.

Contact Amanda 083 719 2250

Pottie

083 778 2288

Travelling to Villa Mia St Lucia from Durban.

Directions:

Travel time and distance

Durban to St Lucia N2

Distance:       237km

Travel time:  2hours 34 min

Directions on N2 Highway

Travelling to Villa Mia, St Lucia from Johannesburg

Directions:

Travel time and distance

Johannesburg to St Lucia

Distance:       597km

Travel time:  7hours 28 min

Directions on N17 and N 2 Highway

The below map will direct you to Villa Mia Holiday Flats St. Lucia Natal North Coast South Africa.

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Road updates: Johannesburg to St. Lucia Natal North Coast KZN South Africa.

update 11 December 2021

Springs Secunda

  • Distance 80km.
  • Road is tolled.
  • Road is a single carriage way, but wider then normal.
  • Road surface has cracks present close to the Secuda toll plaza.

Secunda Bethal:

  • Distance 45km.
  • Road is tolled.
  • Road surface is still in a good condition.

Bethal Ermelo:

  • Distance 58km.
  • Tolled road.
  • Road surface is still good.
  • Single carriage way with wider areas.

Ermelo Piet Retief:

  • Distance 100km.
  • Not a Tolled road.
  • Double carriage way road surface is good (10km only).
  • Road surface from the single carriage way (10Km out of Ermelo to 10km before Piet Retief is quite bad).
  • Road is starting to crumbling and pot holes are forming.
  • This is a 80km stretch of road which is quite narrow (only singe lane).
  • Care should be taken when towing boats, caravans and trailers on this stretch of  road.

Piet Retief Pongola:

  • Distance 100km.
  • Not a tolled road.
  • The 30 km after Piet Retief the road surface is looking bad.
  • Pot holes and crumbling road surface is present.
  • Care should be taken on this 30km stretch when towing.
  • The next 40km to Pongola the road surface is in a good condition.
  • The last 30km to Pongola travelling is through a local village, animals ( cows, goats, chickens and dogs) are common next to the road.
  • The travelling lane is only a single carriage way.

Pongola Jozini turn Off:

  • 75km distance.
  • Not a tolled road.
  • Road surface is good.
  • Single lane carriage way with wider sections.

Jozini turn off to St Lucia (Mtubabatuba turn off)

  • Distance 110km.
  • Not a tolled road.
  • Road is a 1,5 carriage way.
  • Towing boats, caravans and trailers on this stretch of road is good.

N2 turnoff to Mtubatuba

  • Distance 4km.
  • Road is not tolled, single carriage way.
  • Road from N2 to Mtubatuba is also crumbling apart.
  • Surface is not smooth and potholes are present.

Mtubatuba to St. Lucia.

  • Road is around 25km long.
  • Road is not tolled, single carriage way.
  • Road has speed bumps present and care should be taken.
  • Speed bumps are quite high and damage to vehicles will occur if speed is not checked.
  • 3 x sections of speed bumps present.
  • Some potholes are also starting to form in the road.
  • A section of the road runs through a local village and thus a watchfull eye should be present for children, animals and pedestrians along the road.

Road updates: Durban to St. Lucia Natal North Coast KZN South Africa.

Update 5 January 2022

  • From Durban, Take the N2 north towards Richards bay.
  • This is tolled road until Umtunzini is reached.
  • The tolled road section is a dual carriage way in both directions.
  • Towing on this section is easier.
  • The road surface is good, with no breaking up or potholes present in this section.
  • From Umtunzini, the road is a single carriage way.
  • This section of single carriage way is 1,5 wide.
  • The wider road allows for overtaking easier as traffic normally moves over to the left yellow line area in order for traffic to overtake.
  • Road works has been completed on certain sections.
  • The overall road surface condition is good with no breaking up of road surface or potholes present.
  • When reaching the Mtubatuba turn off, one will again experience a single carriage way road which needs attention.

Mtubatuba to St. Lucia.

  • Road is around 25km long.
  • Road is not tolled, single carriage way.
  • Road has speed bumps present and care should be taken.
  • Speed bumps are quite high and damage to vehicles will occur if speed is not checked.
  • 3 x sections of speed bumps present.
  • Some potholes are also starting to form in the road.
  • A section of the road runs through a local village and thus a watchful eye should be present for children, animals and pedestrians along the road.

Traveling on South African roads:

  • In South Africa we drive on the left side of the road.
  • The correct motor vehicle license is needed to drive on South African roads.
  • Obey the law and all should be well when traveling in South Africa.
  • Crime levels are quite high & care should be taken when traveling from town to town.
  • Blue light criminals are common on South African Roads.
  • The above circumstances does not allow one to act & drive as you wish.
  • Traffic officers signals are still to be obeyed.
  • The best is to be friendly and polite when being pulled over.
  • Traveling during day light hours is advised at times.
  • Follow the local news for updates regarding circumstances which could influence your desired route you wish to travel. 
  • The current war in Ukraine has the affect that many more trucks are transporting coal from Mpumalanga to the Richards bay coal terminal.
  • The extra truck traffic is estimated to be in a excess of 200 trucks a day. 

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