Here is a list of Caravan Parks in and around Ballito
Dolphin Holiday Resort
Stressed out and looking for a hassle free holiday? Look no further than the Dolphin Holiday Resort. This is a family run resort with the motto “we strive for the best” ensures there is something for everyone. Arrive to a fresh pot of tea and let us help you set up camp, all you need to do is sit back and enjoy your holiday.
Dolphin Holiday Resort is situated in Ballito on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast, just 50km from Durban and now only 20km from King Shaka International. Surrounded by sandy beaches, dolphins are frequently spotted surfing the waves of the Indian Ocean. Based in sub-tropical forest like surroundings, this offers peace and tranquility which is a must for any holiday maker who needs to put up their feet and just relax.
Tel: 032 946 2187
Fax: 032 946 3490
Salt Rock Caravan Park
The gem of the Kwa Zulu-Natal Dolphin Coast, Salt Rock Resort, consisting of Salt Rock Hotel, Caravan Park and Salt Rock Palms Timeshare.
Salt Rock Resort is nestled amongst tropical palms on the golden shores of the warm and sparkling Indian Ocean.
Salt Rock on the Dolphin Coast is home to hundreds of resident Bottlenose Dolphins and is a small resort 50km or 30 minutes north of Durban. Transfers from King Shaka International Airport are easily arranged. Only 20 minutes from the new airport.
Salt Rock is surrounded by several world class golf courses. The largest shopping centre , Gateway, in the southern hemisphere is a mere 25 minutes drive away.
Address: 59 Basil Hulett Drive, Salt Rock
Tel: +27 32 5255025 / 6/7/8/9
EMERG Cell: 073 031 3883
Fax: +27 32 5255071
Alt Fax: 086 729 3736
Zinkwazi Lagoon Lodge
On the NORTH COAST of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa - only 80 km from Durban - is the beautiful DOLPHIN COAST, Jewel of the Zulu Kingdom and heart of the historical King Shaka Route. In this sub-tropical paradise, Gateway to Zululand, 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 Zulus called it ZINKWAZI, the home of Fish Eagles, and their haunting cry is still part of the magic.
Tel: +27 032 485 3344
Fax: +27 032 485 3340