Estate Overview

A mere thirty minutes North of bustling Umhlanga and fifteen minutes from the King Shaka International Airport, Ballito is the pinnacle of what people adore about Kwa-Zulu Natal and a highly sought after backdrop for luxury homes on the Dolphin Coast. The coastal town of relaxed flip-flop wearing and bronzed surfers is an envied destination for comfortable living like no other offered along the shoreline of

South Africa.

However, Simbithi Eco-Estate has more to offer than just proximity to seaside paradise. The ecologically sensitive development is intentionally positioned on 430 hectares of prime land, including dams, indigenous forests and grasslands in its’ expansive surroundings.

The heartbeat of Simbithi Eco-Estate has been established with the creation of popular community centres and an active Country Club that houses the Fig Tree restaurant. Not only does Simbithi Eco-Estate afford homeowners the opportunity to live harmoniously with nature, but also the chance to return to an earlier time when neighbours mingled and children played in the streets. It is a way of preserving nature, as much as it is a way of preserving a lifestyle.

Not only suitably convenient for the avid nature-lover, Simbithi Eco-Estate has specially built facilities with ample activities for all residents. A swimming pool, tennis courts, a well-appointed restaurant, eventing facility, as well as an equestrian centre, are the pride of the Estate. Furthermore, the aspiring golfer would be delighted to take advantage of the eighteen-hole Peter Matkovich executive course.