Ballito is one of KwaZulu-Natal’s most beautiful coastal areas, with pristine beaches and warm waters. Dolphins frolic in the waves and you can swim, surf, or scuba dive along with them. The promenade is perfect for early morning jogs, and there are several shopping malls in close proximity. Experience only the best with our great Ballito accommodations.
Ballito is a popular holiday town that has grown exponentially in recent years. It is nestled amongst infinite fields of sugar cane, KwaZulu-Natal’s famous Green Gold, and flanked by golden beaches and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. There is an incredible range of accommodation available in Ballito. The notable selection of establishments range from homely guest houses to fully equipped self-catering accommodations that promise a holiday full of luxury and comfort, so you can focus on what’s important.
The Dolphin Coast, as this area is otherwise called, gets its name from numerous Bottlenose dolphins that frequent the waves along the coast. Ballito’s beaches are as safe as they are popular, and are protected by shark nets, and lifeguards in season. Willard Beach has Blue Flag status, and Clarke Bay has tidal pools for the little ones to splash around in. Families flock to Ballito in summer to enjoy the activities the warm waters have to offer such as surfing, body boarding, swimming, or just to sun-tan on the warm sands.
Ballito has fishing spots aplenty that guarantee a good catch, and a delicious evening meal. Licenses for fishing, mussels, oysters, and crayfish can be obtained in Ballito so you can try your hand at whatever pleases you. Keep your eyes peeled for whales as they begin their annual migration to Mozambique for the summer. If you’re looking for something a bit more upbeat, the Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom is just 20 minutes away from Ballito, and for those who prefer an even wilder life, there are fantastic game reserves, nature trails, and bird watching spots nearby.
Make the most of your stay by booking one of our fantastic establishments in Ballito.