Blythedale Beach lies on the subtropical Dolphin Coast of South Africa's famed KwaZulu-Natal Province, also known as The Zulu Kingdom. Some 72 km from Durban, Blythedale Beach is an unspoilt holiday haven set within the extensive Blythedale Conservancy. This encompasses not only pristine beaches but its own National Heritage Site on the Umvoti River which is a favourite bird watching spot. Blythedale Beach itself is protected by shark nets and, in addition to swimming, is popular for surfing, jet-skiing, ski-boating, surf fishing, crayfish and mussels. Whale and dolphin-watching as well as outstanding golf courses nearby are also popular attractions.
This 3270 square meters land has a beautiful river flowing through it and has a luscious tropical forest in the resort. A wonderful braai area and bar adds to the atmosphere of the tropical resort.
The resort comes with building plans for a boutique hotel as well as a business plan with a forecast of R1.2M in profit per month.
The resort is fully licensed and have hotel and restaurant rights, a stunning rustic bar and cocktail bar as well as a
Beautiful pool and braai area in forest with a big Wooden Hut
The plans is done for either 17 units or can be changed into small boutique hotel with 39 rooms with restaurant and conference center.
With its never-ending 3km stretch of beach and hundreds of hectares of canopied forests, this is an unchartered paradise waiting to be discovered. Here, where the warm Indian Ocean meets endless sunny skies, time and space seems endless.
Within 20 minutes of golf courses at Zimbali, Simbiti and Umhlali
Approximately 1 1/2 hours from KZN Game Reserves
What makes Blythedale Beach even more attractive, particularly to nature lovers, is the fact that Blythedale Beach adjoins a small conservancy that includes the Umvoti River mouth - a haven for winged creatures and a must for bird lovers, worth a visit to spot the African spoonbill, chestnut-branded plover, lesser sand plover, white-eared barbet, scaly-throated honeyguide and blue-mantled crested flycatcher.
The beach at Blythedale really is kilometres of sand that sends out an invitation for long walks, and the seas can be a hive of water activity for swimmers and surfers alike. If you’re not spotting dolphins or whales, then the common ghost crab will entertain you to minutes of gleeful happiness as he scurries around on an intertidal beach - the time between low and high tide during which he scurries from his high-shore burrow to feed.
Just a few kilometres further up the coast brings one to Zinkwazi where a peaceful lagoon offers a wonderful spot for picnics, and fish eagles scoop down on to the waters in mid flight. There are wonderful walks, indigenous forest, fishing and a spectacular birdlife here, apart from the endless beaches - a real escape from it all. Blythedale. Blythedale Beach.