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Zinkwazi Beach lies on the North Coast of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa - only 80 km from Durban on a good fast highway, travel time approximately 45 minutes, and 30 minutes from the new International Airport at La Mercy.



The city of Durban offers great shopping, movies, shows and nightlife as well as numerous places to see, such as the uShaka Marine World
GPS Co-ordinates: 29 28' 31.19" S and 31 44' 13" E

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The climate in KwaZulu Natal is all year round tourist friendly. Sea temperatures are also relatively stable, averaging 21° C all year, providing possibilities for a diversity of aquatic activities in any season, including diving, fishing, swimming, boating and surfing. Visitors to KwaZulu Natal can look forward to a splendid climate.
The area boasts an average of 320 days of sunshine a year. Temperatures range from 16 to 25° C in winter. During the summer months temperatures range from 23 to 33° C (between September and April). January is generally the area's hottest month, with an average daily temperature of +/- 32°C. The warm Mozambique current flowing along the coast means wonderfully warm bathing throughout the year, the water seldom falling below 17° C even in the middle of winter.
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Easily reached attractions and activities from Zinkwazi Beach :

HLUHLUWE - UMFOLOZI GAME PRESERVE | Find out More HERE

ST. LUCIA / iSimangaliso WETLANDS PARK - A World Heritage Site | Find out More HERE

  • Ballito Bay - 30 minutes away
  • Zululand - sites of historial significance - approximately 2 hours away
  • Princes Grant Golf Course - golfing and restaurant of high standard - 15 minutes away
  • Darnall Country Club - golf course and other sporting facilities - 15 minutes away

This area is called the Dolphin Coast. In this sub-tropical paradise lies the magnificent Nature Conservancy of Zinkwazi - a unique coastal eco-experience of endless golden beaches and tropical palms, lush indigenous forests with spectacular bird life, and 7 kilometers of untouched lagoon. The indigenous Zulu people called it Zinkwazi, the home of Fish Eagles, and their haunting cry is still part of the magic. Zinkwazi Beach, edged by forested coastal dunes, spills into into an enthralling collection of tidal rock pools of life; from coral and kelp to urchins and a myriad of multi-coloured fish. Golden sands, only occasionally interspersed by black , sedimentary rocks, stretch endlessly to the North and South.
The sea off the swimming beach is equipped with shark nets and life savers are on duty during busy seasons, making swimming completely safe. Alternatively you can also float lazily in the calm waters of the lagoon, which is the preferred area of the smaller children. It is an ideal place for the whole family. The beach is habitually deserted and, apart from a few fishermen, there is little to disturb the serenity as the sea spray touches the unique stands of subtropical vegetation that nestle between the vast sugar estates and the blue of the sea.

Enquiries: +27(0) 83 265 9631 | Facsimile: +27(0) 86 558 0606 | email: bookings@zinkwazibeachhouse.co.za
 
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