Ballito, bay of seasons

Ballito, bay of seasons

Ballito, bay of seasons

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The Popular holiday town of Ballito of South Africa lies 40 km north of Durban. This town of extreme extravaganza is well known and loved for its beaches, subtropical climate and outdoor way of life.
Array of beaches
Being a town designed for beaches the Clarke Bay Beach acts as a major attraction. This is one of the finest beaches of Ballito. This quieter beach is protected by both life guards and shark nets, and it offers a lovely tidal pool, where one along with family especially kids can enjoy the natural sea life. The authorities as well as the natives of this area were engaged in protecting and preventing human disturbance and hurting of the intriguing sea creatures which attracts the visitors.
Following the array of beaches of Ballito is the Thompsons Beach. Tucked between Ballito and Chakas Rock along the Ocean Drive, is a sheltered cove with on-site life guards and shark nets in the waters helps in ensuring safe swimming.
Salmon Bay Beach is again an another popular beachof Ballito, which happens to be a surfer’s paradise. It has also a destined Ballito’s cool Inflatable Boat Clubhouse which acts as a major attraction.
Flag Animal Farm
The Flag farm of Ballito is unlike any other commercial farms around. This farm makes for a wonderful outing for the whole family and changes ones expectations regarding any farm.This farm offers pony rides and also provides chances to feed chickens, ducks, rabbits, goats, sheep, pigs and also has a daily milking show on the premises.
Microlite Flights
Ballito is quite well-known for its microlights, and an exciting activity to enjoy is a microlight flip over this beautiful area. Flights give you a bird’s eye of the coastline and local beaches. The pilots are highly experienced and hold sound safety records.
Crocodile Creek
Midway between Ballito is a Crocodile Creek, one of SA’s best activities. Home to some 7,000 Nile-, West African Dwarf- and Slender-Snouted crocs, as well as American alligators, deadly mambas and other snakes, tortoises, monkeys and more, it makes for an exciting and wild adventure for all.

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