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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Mabibi Beach

Where? Mabibi
Enjoy the tranquility of Mabibi Beach, sheltered by coastal forests with soft sand that begs your feet to take a stroll or nestle in and enjoy the sunshine and spectacular views surrounding you. This is an ...

Tugela Beach

Where? Tugela
Tugela Beach situated on the Dolphin Coast of Kwazulu Natal is an outstanding beach with a stretch of seemingly endless sand ideal for long leisurely walks or a great jog. Surrounded by nature, the views ...

Hibberdene Beach

Where? Hibberdene
The Indian Ocean is known for its warm waters, which lap the KwaZulu-Natal coastline lazily and make for great swimming conditions. And it is these warm waters, coupled with the lush subtropical greenery and ...

Trafalgar Beach

Where? Trafalgar
Just north of Port Edward on the beautiful South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is the idyllic Trafalgar Beach. It remains quiet, tranquil and absolutely stunning to see. And, what’s more, it is a Blue Flag beach, ...

Pennington Beach

Where? Pennington
Pennington beach is located 74km south of Durban along the KwaZulu Natal South Coast and is the ideal beach holiday destination for families where you and your children can swim in the relative safety of its ...

Southport Beach

Where? Southport
Southport Beach may be fairly quiet, but it is all kinds of fun and beautiful. Plus, it has the esteemed title of being awarded a Blue Flag status, which means that it is a step above many of its ...

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 ...

Lucien Beach

Where? Margate
The warm waters of the Indian Ocean, the almost year-round sunshine, and the endless summer-holiday vibe are all part of the Lucien Beach experience. This beautiful beach in Margate is perched along the scenic ...

Tweni Beach

Where? Umtentweni
A little off the beaten track, Tweni Beach lies just 2km from the popular holiday hub of Port Shepstone. A safe beach with lifeguards on duty every day, Tweni beach features a unique little pool dubbed a ...

Snake Park Beach

Where? Durban Beachfront
Snake Park Beach seems like an awfully strange name for a beach, but it is one of the most popular surf spots on the even more popular Golden Mile of Durban. Like many spots in the region, winter is the best ...

Bay of Plenty Beach

Where? Durban
Being awarded Blue Flag status is an amazing accomplishment for beaches all over the world. It means that they are clean, safe, environmentally responsible, ecologically valuable, and beautiful. It also means ...

Mzamba Beach

Where? Port Edward
Flanked by the ever-lapping waves of the Indian Ocean and the verdant coastal vegetation of KwaZulu-Natal, Mzamba Beach is really just a lovely retreat from the big city and the worries of everyday life. This ...

Alkanstrand

Where? Richards Bay
Dubbed the tourism gateway to Zululand and Maputaland, Richards Bay is characterised by its exquisite beaches and the gorgeous terrain that is so typical of the verdant, subtropical conditions of ...

Clarke Bay Beach

Where? Ballito
Just a short 15 minute walk from the main beach in Ballito, Willards Bay, you’ll find the quieter Clarke Bay. The beach is protected by shark nets and there are lifeguards on duty to ensure your safety when ...

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