KwaZulu Natal Beaches & Pools

Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. Show on Map

Destinations in KwaZulu Natal

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Palm Beach

Where? Palm Beach
Not far from Port Edward on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal is the very outstanding Palm Beach. Situated near the Umtamvuna Nature Reserve it offers stunning scenery, an abundance of birdlife and you may even ...

St Michaels On Sea Beach

Where? St Michaels On Sea
St Micheals on Sea beach is a popular swimming and surfing beach that you’ll find at the mouth of the Umhlangeni River. It’s popularity with surfers is thanks to it having one of the best point breaks in South ...

Thompsons Bay Beach

Where? Ballito
Thompsons Bay Beach is known for safe swimming, with lifeguards on duty, shark nets in place and of course ‘Charlie’s Pool’ which provides a bit more security for young swimmers and the elderly. The beach ...

Zinkwazi Beach

Where? Zinkwazi
Zinkwazi Beach is in the small town of Zinkwazi on the Dolphin Coast is surrounded by coastal dunes. The small, protected beach is one of the many beaches on this stretch of coastline that form part of a ...

Leisure Beach

Where? Trafalgar
Leisure Beach on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal is found between Trafalgar and Palm Beaches and is a wonderful spot to sunbathe. If you’re not one for lying in the sun doing nothing or you just can’t sit ...

North Beach

Where? Durban
Durban’s North Beach is extremely popular during the festive season and December school holidays. Thousands of tourists and holiday-makers flock to the beach to get into the water. The warm water offers ...

Ballito Tidal Pool

Where? Ballito
The Ballito Tidal Pool is a wonderful day out, no matter if you’re a tiny tot or a grown up. There are two different sized pools, a larger one for adults who’d like to swim in the seam but not out in the open ...

Ansteys Beach

Where? Bluff
Ansteys Beach on the Bluff in Durban is very close to Cave Rock, which if you’re a surfer, you should be familiar with as it’s a famous surf break. Like many of the beaches in Durban this is an unspoilt and ...

Bay of Plenty Beach

Where? Durban
Popular for surfing and volleyball the Bay of Plenty beach is an action packed blue flag beach. Shark nets minimize the risk of a close encounter with our fishy friends making this beach safe for swimming in ...

Southport Beach

Where? Southport
This fairly quiet beach is a great sport for watching dolphins frolic in the waves and occasional whale watching. Located in the hub of the South Coast, Southport Beach was recently given its prized Blue Flag ...

Ramsgate South Beach

Where? Ramsgate
Ramsgate South Beach on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast has been awarded Blue Flag status which means that the beach excels in the following criteria: safety, amenities, cleanliness and environmental ...

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