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KwaZulu Natal


Ballito used to be a small holiday town located in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, but today it has grown into a suburban paradise: drawing many young couples and families to start a new life here. Ballito is situated roughly 40 kilometres north of Durban. It forms part of the KwaDukuza local Municipality, and iLembe District Municipality. Dolphins are common on this stretch of the North Coast shoreline, hence the nickname Dolphin Coast. Ballito is a thriving community of its own with ties to primary and high schools in and around Ballito, Umhlanga, Stanger and Tongaat. Ballito has grown exponentially in recent time and has three shopping malls, Lifestyle centre, The...


Mount Edgecombe

Mount Edgecombe Country Club, neatly tucked away in the rolling hills of KwaZulu-Natal North Coast, inland of Umhlanga Rocks, boasting two unique championship courses, designed around the natural lie and habitat of the land. Ideally located for users both local and afar, Mount Edgecombe Country Club Estates has been acclaimed for many years as one of the premier golfing Estates in Southern Africa giving you an overwhelming sense of tranquility, safety and enchantment. Mount Edgecombe is a sugar-growing suburb of Umhlanga in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, situated just north of Durban, which forms part of eThekwini, the Greater Durban Metropolitan. It is famous for...


Seatides The quite little suburb of Seatides, just 10kms from Ballito, 13.6kms from King Shaka Airport and 12.6kms from Umdloti is nestled up in the rolling hills right next door to Westbrook. It is a very close community where neighbor helps neighbor. Apart from a handful of little B & B’s, quiet beaches and parks, the beauty of Seatides is that it is away from the hustle and bustle of city life, a place to relax after a long day. There are a few things to do in Seatides, like visit the famous haunted house or sip on a delicious cocktail down the road at Beach Bums as you sink your toes in the sand and enjoy the breath taking view of the ocean…...

St Lucia

Evidence of early man living in the caves up high in the Lebombo mountains dating back 130 000 years ago provided scientist with clues regarding the lifestyle of this prehistoric settlers. From this cave alone almost 69 000 stone implements and various human remains have been recovered. Some of these tools date back to the middle and early stone ages (130 000 to 30 000 years ago). St. Lucia was first named in 1554 as Rio dos Medos do Ouro (alternatively Rio dos Médãos do Ouro — River of the Gold Dunes) by the survivors of the Portuguese ship São Bento. At this stage, only the Tugela...


Tinley Manor Beach

The beautiful sea views and beaches at Tinley Manor will take your breath away. Although there is only limited holiday accommodation here, the growth potential of the area is promising. On the southern boundary of Tinley Manor is a wonderful lagoon which opens into the Indian Ocean. There is abundant bird life on the waters and the lagoon also provides a safe venue for paddle-skiers and wind-surfers. Tinley Manor is in the process of establishing a lifesaving club to ensure the main beach is safe-guarded. To the north is the Umhlali Ski Boat Club launch site for local deep-sea fishermen. Tinley Manor is also home to a superb restaurant which has built up an enviable...



Umhlanga Rocks enjoys a warm sub-tropical climate all year round with mild temperatures between 19 C and 26 C between winter and summer. Fishing, both from ski-boat and the shore, is popular. Various establishments, including the Natal Sharks Board, offer whale and dolphin viewing trips. There are ski boat launches at both Umhlanga and Umdloti and ski boat fishing competitions are held regularly in the area. Wave surfing and kite surfing are popular along this stretch of coast. Kite surfers practice regularly at EThekwini Beach, on the north side of Durban. Surfers and body-boarders get good waves at the Umhlanga beach breaks, while Umdloti offers a few...


Westbrook Beach with it's lovely sand and warm waters is ideal for nice long walks and swimming.  Fishing is also a great activity on Westbrook's rock pools. The beach has qualified lifeguards on duty and is protected by shark nets. Popular Attractions KwaZulu Natal Sharks Board 17.8km Umhlanga Lighthouse 20.1km Durban Botanic Gardens 33.8km uShaka Marine World 33.9km Nearby Locations Westbrook Beach 1.9km Genazzano 2.2km Tongaat Beach 3.2km Desainager 4.3km Port Zimbali 5.0km Zimbali Coastal...

Western Cape


Bloubergstrand is a suburb of Cape Town along the shores of Table Bay, 15 km due north of the city centre of Cape Town. The name Bloubergstrand literally means "blue mountain beach" in Afrikaans, and is derived from Blaauwberg, a nearby mountain.


Cape Town

Big Bay has progressed in leaps and bounds in the years from the old braai/picnic area, it has become a trendy spot catering for people of all ages. Now you can sit at a choice of restaurants at Eden on the Bay looking out at the fantastic views of Table Mountain and Atlantic Ocean/Robben Island. Plenty of quick takeaway foods too for those who just want to spend their day in the water surfing, kite surfing, standup paddling etc for which Big Bay has become quite famous. Parents can take their youngsters to Little Bay, a short beach walk from Big Bay, where there are rock pools and a play area. There is plenty of affordable accommodation within easy walking...

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