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Beaches, Things To Do

Ballito Beach

Willard Beach is considered Ballito’s main beach. This beach has been awarded Blue Flag status, which is only given to beaches that are clean, safe and environmentally sound. Willard Beach provides a safe place to play and swim with lifeguards 7 days a week as well as protected by shark nets.

Beaches, Things To Do

Umhlanga Beach

Umhlanga is one of the most popular beach resort destinations on the east coast of South Africa. The bathing is safe and the warm Indian Ocean waters wash the miles of golden beaches and laid-back fun in the sun beckons.

Beaches, Things To Do

Thompson’s Bay

Just north of Ballito you’ll find Thompson’s Bay. This beach is another extremely popular spot and has both qualified lifeguards and shark nets to ensure safety at all times. A great feature of Thompson’s Bay is the large tidal pool called “Charlie’s Pool” which provides safe swimming conditions for young and old alike.

Beaches, Things To Do

Zimbali Beach

The Zimbali Beach is located within the Zimbali Coastal Estate. It has 3km of unspoilt beach and offers beach goers the contrasting beauty of the green forest estate with the deep blue warm Indian Ocean.

Beaches, Kids Activities, Things To Do

uShaka Marine World

At the end of Durban’s Golden Mile is the uShaka Marine World, a world class entertainment and tourism destination! uShaka Marine World is Africa’s largest marine theme park, spanning over 15 hectares of prime beach front! Bring the kids to experience an unforgettable day.

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Sibaya Casino

The casino is located just north of Umhlanga Rocks, and has a wonderful selection of gaming entertainment. There are over 1000 slot machines operated with smart card technology. Both smoking and non smoking section, with plenty of blackjack and poker tables. If you feeling lucky, bring yourself to Sibaya!

Kids Activities, Things To Do

Beach Braai

Zimbali offers some of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in South Africa, everyone enjoys spending time on the beach, so why not bring all the friends and family and enjoy a typical South African braai right on the beach? NB: No braai’s are allowed on the Zimbali Estate due to it being an eco-estate.

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