Ballito

Ballito Boardwalk

Sight Seeing / Walks & Hiking in or near Ballito, Dolphin Coast in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.

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Sight Seeing Walks & Hiking Dolphin Coast

Where? Ballito, Dolphin Coast, KwaZulu Natal

When? Daylight hours.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Ballito, in KwaZulu Natal

Bring your enthusiasm, energy, binoculars and your camera to Ballito Boardwalk. Not only can you enjoy a fantastic walk along the lengthy boardwalk but there is a more challenging hike to Salt Rock where you can enjoy spectacular views. The tunnel along the route is best endeavored at low tide.

This outstanding Dolphin coastline seems to be a popular favourite amongst the large pod of 200 dolphins which play in smaller groups amongst the waves quite close to shore where they hope to grab a tasty snack.

The shallow and clear waters entice the dolphins to the area and here you are almost certain to get a great snapshot of these magnificent mammals. During whale season you will often be able to see the giant humpback and Southern Right whales along their journey.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Ballito

Babalito BnB

Bed & Breakfast

Babalito BnB

Babalito BnB is a comforting home away from home. This is a very cool establishment where we welcome guests to beautiful ... more

Afro-Uluwatu Lodge

Self Catering

Afro-Uluwatu Lodge

Afro-Uluwatu Lodge offers luxury self-catering accommodation in the Zimbali Coastal Resort. Set in the lush subtropical ... more

13 Imbali Lakes

Self Catering

13 Imbali Lakes

13 Imbali Lakes is a large four bedroom self catering apartment positioned right opposite the Valley of the Pools in the ... more

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