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Simbithi Eco-Estate – a North Coast Success Story

Simbithi Eco-Estate was conceptualised by eLan Property Group in 2003, with a unique outdoor-centric lifestyle envisioned for families right on their well-designed doorsteps. A harmonious blend of people and nature was pictured, and now it has been delivered by the various companies behind the development’s success. Almost five years ago, the last sea-facing site was sold, and the Estate is thriving, with a whole …

Prices SOAR with limited Simbithi homes for Sale.

Clive Greene has been selling properties for 22 years and in this time, has seen a lot of changes. The reasons why people sell their homes are normally due to  Divorce, Death, Disease, Debt and Disillusionment. Obviously, these are not the only reasons why one would sell or buy a home. We dig deeper into why this is so.  In South Africa and the …

What a Catch

If your searching for fishing hotspots along the North Coast of  KwaZulu-Natal. Search no further.  Ballito 20 minutes North of King Shaka International airport offers an abundance of recreational fishing hideouts. We catch-up to some local fisherman who have been for years frequenting these waters to see what they had to say. Rajesh an old local says, “we are never disappointed with the catch”. …

Fauna, flora and families live in harmony in Ballito’s pioneering Eco Estate

Live among nature and be inspired by the natural environment every day. As a pioneer in Eco Estate development, Simbithi stands out as an alternative way of life among mushrooming Ballito estates. From the get-go, when the sugar cane farms were initially purchased from the Ladlau family in May 2003, the developers had a vision to turn the 440ha property into a protected area …