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Ballito Bay is playground to bottlenose dolphins and whales all year round. The main swimming beach in Ballito – Willard Beach has Blue Flag Status. It provides safe swimming with qualified life-guards seven days a week, and is protected with shark nets. It also has a fully equipped first aid station. Willard Beach is also a popular spot for the surfing and body boarding fraternity and competitions are organized regularly providing beach-goers with the best moves and grooves on the waves
Lifeguards and shark nets are provided at a second beach, Clarke Bay, to ensure that parents have a worry-free holiday and the children one of pure pleasure. Further south of Clarke Bay is the Ballito tidal pool which caters for the big and small. The pools are well maintained, kept clean and are home to a wide variety of sea life.
Moving South is Salmon Bay, which is a launch area for watercraft. This beach is also popular for surfing. The Ballito Inflatable Boat clubhouse is located here. Ballito is home to plenty of fishing spots, which guarantee keen fishermen of at least a good bite and perhaps the catch of a lifetime.
Richard’s Bay is a popular eco tourist attraction located on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal on the uMhlatuze River. The Richard’s Bay Game Sanctuary protects the wildlife around the lagoon, including 300 species of birds. If you are planning a visit to Mozambique during your South Africa holiday, Richard’s Bay is a must as it is the last major centre before the border with Mozambique.
Richard’s Bay has an airport which connects various cities in South Africa, and is a convenient place to fly from to Johannesburg after visiting Durban and the Zululand big game parks.
The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park is a wilderness reserve comprising Lake St Lucia and its estuary, a number of islands, a surround of wildlife reserve and a portion of the Marine Reserve along the coast. It offers some of the highest and most thickly forested sand dunes in the world, but perhaps the most exciting experience of St Lucia is on and around the 36 000 hectare lake itself. A trip by boat on the lake provides encounters with pelicans, flamingos, spoonbills, crocodiles, fish eagles and hippos, amongst some of the more exotic of the area’s inhabitants, and is an experience of a lifetime.
The coast of this area provides a special experience during November for this is when the sea turtles come to the beaches to lay their eggs. Whales can also be seen off the coast during June to September as they slowly make their way southwards. Umhlanga Rocks is known internationally as the holiday meca of KwaZulu-Natal, with its magnificent beaches and friendly locals.
KZN has some fantastic Game parks offering safari tours in which you have a chance of seeing Africa’s Big Five. The beautiful Drakensberg Mountains offer Skiing; quad tours up and down Sani Pass (passports are necessary) KZN also boasts the Valley of 1000 Hills, Zulu Dancing and Township Tours for that cultural experience. There are four world class Golf courses, Dolphin viewing, Whale watching, Deep sea diving and Game fishing nearby, just to name a few.