Tourist Attractions in Blythedale Beach, North Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Blythedale Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Blythedale

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View from 15th tee Prince's Grant

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Blythedale Beach lies on the subtropical Dolphin Coast of South Africa's famed KwaZulu-Natal Province, also known as The Zulu Kingdom. Some 72km (45 miles) from Durban, Blythedale Beach is an unspoilt holiday haven set within the extensive Blythedale Conservancy. This encompasses not only pristine beaches but its own National Heritage Site on the Umvoti River which is a favourite birdwatching spot. Blythedale Beach itself is protected by shark nets and, in addition to swimming, is popular for surfing, jet-skiing, ski-boating, surf fishing, crayfish and mussels. Whale and dolphin-watching as well as outstanding golf courses nearby are also popular attractions. Whatever attracts you, Blythedale Beach offers accommodation for all tastes. Accommodation ranges from bed & breakfast guesthouses and lodges to self-catering cottages, chalets, duplexes and houses. The moving memorial to King Shaka stands in the neighbouring town of kwaDukuza (aka Stanger). A leisurely drive from Blythedale Beach takes you to the famous Anglo-Zulu battlefields, Zululand game reserves and Lake St Lucia World Heritage Site - all offering excellent accommodation

Things To Do in Blythedale Beach
Blythedale Beach Attractions
Shaka Memorial: 9 km
Duguza Golf Club: 10 km
Princes Grant Golf Club: 10 km
Nearby Towns
Prince's Grant
Stanger/KwaDukuza
Tinley Manor
Umvoti River Mouth
Zinkwazi Beach

Costal Forest

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The Ritz Beach Cottage in Blythedale Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
The main house consists of 3 bedrooms - The Main and Second bedrooms are air-conditioned and have King Size beds with down duvets. The third bedroom has 3 bunk beds. The main bedroom is en-suite
Sovereign Sands 9 in Blythedale Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
Beachfront apartment in secure gated complex. 3 bedrooms all en-suite. Open plan kitchen / dining / sitting room. Excellent sea views . Double automated garage.
Palm Dune Beach Lodge in Blythedale Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
The Lodge boasts 27 en-suite air-conditioned rooms, two superbly appointed conference facilities, a swimming pool, a fully catered and serviced dining room, bar and deck overlooking the sea. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed with service ...
Channel Rocks Duplexes in Blythedale Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
There are two double bedrooms on the top floor, sharing a bathroom with shower and there are a sleeper couch and room for a divan in the lounge, on the ground floor for another two persons. There is a guest toilet and wash-basin off the lounge ...
MiniVillas in Blythedale Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
AA Recommended, beachfront, self-catering holiday villas set in lawns and gardens overlooking the Indian Ocean. The Villas are sited on a hectare of 1st and 2nd line beachfront stretching 160 meters up from the sea.

Blythedale Beach lies on the subtropical Dolphin Coast of South Africa's famed KwaZulu-Natal Province, also known as The Zulu Kingdom. Some 72km (45 miles) from Durban, Blythedale Beach is an unspoilt holiday haven set within the extensive Blythedale Conservancy. This encompasses not only pristine beaches but its own National Heritage Site on the Umvoti River which is a favourite birdwatching spot. Blythedale Beach itself is protected by shark nets and, in addition to swimming, is popular for surfing, jet-skiing, ski-boating, surf fishing, crayfish and mussels. Whale and dolphin-watching as well as outstanding golf courses nearby are also popular attractions. Whatever attracts you, Blythedale Beach offers accommodation for all tastes. Accommodation ranges from bed & breakfast guesthouses and lodges to self-catering cottages, chalets, duplexes and houses. The moving memorial to King Shaka stands in the neighbouring town of kwaDukuza (aka Stanger). A leisurely drive from Blythedale Beach takes you to the famous Anglo-Zulu battlefields, Zululand game reserves and Lake St Lucia World Heritage Site - all offering excellent accommodation