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Simbiti Eco Estate and Zimbali 👍
It was so active and full of vibe for the teenagers. Lots of restaurants and so much more to do than the South Coast. Loved the expansion and how everything was so clean and tidy. Mozambique Restaurant and Twin Shrimps Restaurant Canelands were a must. Stay away from public beaches on Christmas Day and New Years Day otherwise magnificent.
Checkers was awesome.
Love the area of Kwazulu Natal - North Coast.
Beautiful little beach towns.
The friendliest of the people and how all shops are close to each other. No need to drive far to get what you want. The restaurants have friendly staff and the best food.
Its a quiet and friendly area.
The ocean and watching the dolphins play in the surf.
Relax in the quiet solitude of the guest house and unwind.
The beaches in Kwazulu Natal - North Coast.
The North Coast of Natal is a dramatically beautiful coastline from north of Durban, to St Lucia, towards Mozambique. South Africa is blessed with 2500 kms of stunningly beautiful coastline, and this 280 kms of lush green coastline along the east coast overlooks the warm Indian Ocean.
The North Coast ranges from one extreme to another. You can experience either the sophisticated busy commercial and residential centre of Umhlanga outside Durban city, or on the other extreme, serene wide open spaces at the protected St Lucia Wetlands.
Along the way you can see small holiday towns like Ballito, Salt Rock, Umhlali, Tinley Manor and Zinkwazi, and Richard's Bay, one of the country’s largest harbours. The coastline and terrain becomes increasingly wild, undisturbed and exquisite with glorious beaches and ancient dunes, up to the quaint and delightful little town of St Lucia in the grasslands of the Park.
The St Lucia Wetlands were proclaimed South Africa’s... Show more