Towns

The KwaDukuza Region has plenty of little coastal towns, which has some fascinating historical beginnings, come soak up their culture while you’re in the KwaDukuza Region:

Stanger-KwaDukuza

The town Stanger was renamed to KwaDukuza in 2006. "Kwa” meaning "the house of" or "the place of".

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Ballito

Ballito was established as a private township in 1954 by Glen Anil Development Corporation/ Investment, which was directed by Dr Edward Rubenstein.

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Umhlali

Umhlali is located inland about 50 Kilometres from Durban. Umhalali means “Monkey Orange Tree”, named after a tree that use to grown close to the riverbanks of the Umhlali River. The monkeys use t...

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Shakaskraal

This town is known as a “one street”, which was part of the Royal Military homestead of King Shaka and it was called “KwaHlomendlini”.

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Darnall

Darnall is a small sugarcane village that is very close to Nkwazi. It is named after the town’s founder’s hometown, which is based in the United Kingdom.

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Groutville

Groutville was formerly known as Umvoti. The town is part of the Ilembe District Municipality. It was established by Reverend Aldin Grout in 1844, he was from the American Missionary Society and it w...

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Zinkwazi

Nkwazi is a small town located in the KwaDukuza area of KwaZulu-Natal. Part of the Nkwazi area is the Zinkwazi Lagoon Lodge and the Zinkwazi beach. The town is small with the added advantage of being ...

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Blythedale

With more than a 1000 hectares of beautiful rivers, forests and a stretch of golden sand, Blythedale Beach resort offers a unique experience. Located close to the KwaDukuza heartlands it is known amon...

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Zimbali

Zimbali Coastal Resort is a place where you can relax in the warm sun, on private beaches and enjoy the excitement of spotting dolphins and whales.

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