KwaZulu-Natal, on South Africa’s East Coast, enjoys long picturesque stretches of beach beside the warm Indian Ocean. With a rich heritage and a named after the Kingdom of the Zulu, KZN shares its borders with the Eastern Cape, the Free State, Mozambique, Swaziland and Lesotho. Its geographical location gives it a high degree of accessibility to both local and international tourists and businesspeople.
In KwaZulu-Natal alone are two UNESCO World Heritage sites; the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park. Over and above these rich and valuable World Heritage sites, KZN also boasts Big 5 game reserves and historical battlefields; one could easily travel from glittering seaside of KZN to the majestic imposing geography of the Drakensberg in just a matter of hours.
The last few years has seen an unprecedented level of investment and development extending from Umhlanga all the way up the coast to Ballito, where new retail, business and residential developments have emerged, making the Sibaya Coastal Precinct the ideal investment for both businessmen and holidaymakers.
Considered as one of the fastest growing areas in South Africa, the North Coast is situated within the major provincial development corridor in KZN. The corridor also includes the King Shaka International Airport and the Dube Tradeport, both of which provide a valuable conduit directly to international markets.