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Ballito Backpackers

7 Reviews
Sleeps 119 in 14 rooms

Ballito Backpackers is situated in Ballito, in the heart of the Dolphin Coast and within a short walk of the lovely beach. The backpackers...
from R370
per night for 2 guests

Shapes of Africa

1 Review
Sleeps 24 in 6 rooms

At Shapes of Africa, stay in unique rustic Zulu rondavels constructed from natural materials sourced from Mount Moreland and built by our...
from R400
per night for 2 guests

Twinstreams Environmental Edu...

1 Review
Sleeps 84 in 16 rooms

Twinstreams is situated right in the middle of an amazing dune forest nestled on the outskirts of...
from R170
per night for 2 guests

Secret Spot International Bac...

4 Reviews
Sleeps 38 in 13 rooms

The Secret Spot International Backpackers and Surf Camp is a unique getaway, surf camp, and...
from R330
per night for 2 guests

The Cottages - Ballito

Sleeps 20 in 4 rooms

The Cottages are situated in the holiday resort town of Ballito, along the stunning Kwa-Zulu Natal coast. The property comprises of two...
from R150
per night for 2 guests
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    North Coast (Dolphin) South Africa

    North Coast (Dolphin) Backpacker Hostel Accommodation

    Fringed by green and tangled vegetation, the golden beaches of the North Coast are a sub-tropical paradise, interspersed with rows of smart and snazzy hotels and resorts. This a great family beach holiday destination - but it has a few special little treats up its sleeve. Pods of up to a couple of hundred bottlenose dolphins frolic in the back line, the surf is fantastic and the diving is great but there aren't nearly as many operators as there are on the South Coast, or at Sodwana, further north.
    And - if you're planning on spending any time at all in the sea, you should take the opportunity to visit the KZN Sharks Board. You'll get to watch a great multi-media presentation about sharks and, if you have a strong stomach, watch a shark dissection, which is part of their ongoing research. You'll learn that sharks are not just mindless predators. There's also a great shark-themed gift shop.

    The North Coast is at the southern end of Zululand and the Battlefields, and there are some interesting historical places to visit, including Stanger, or KwaDukuza, where Shaka, the first Zulu chieftain, is buried, and the ultimatum tree at Tugela Mouth, where the Zulu wars started in a rather sneaky bit of sophistry by the British colonials.
    There are lovely day walks along the coast, but it's probably not a good idea to do them alone - make it a social event and go in a big group. The birding is fabulous and there is a small game reserve.
    But probably the most popular activity is ... golf. Yup - it's a golfer's paradise with bright green golf resorts scattered all over.

    Fringed by green and tangled vegetation, the golden beaches of the North Coast are a sub-tropical paradise, interspersed with rows of smart and snazzy hotels and resorts. This a great family beach holiday destination - but it...

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