Nature and home await at Simbithi

Creating an estate with the feeling of “home” was the central focus when Simbithi Eco-Estate was born in 2003.

Now, almost 20 years later, the 430-hectare eco-estate has evolved into a unique and eco-friendly residential community that coexists harmoniously with wildlife and nature. This year it is honoured as the Best Lifestyle Estate in The North Coast Courier’s Best of Ballito Readers’ Choice Awards.

Whether you’re strolling along the roads and pathways, nestled in the forests, near the serene dams, or at one of the estate’s community centres, there is a place for everyone at Simbithi.

The estate’s board of directors, staff, residents and stakeholders uphold five core values: integrity, commitment, accountability, respect and excellence. When you explore the untouched beauty of Simbithi and experience the genuine warmth of its community, you find your place in nature and become part of their story.

Preserving the “eco” in its name is of great importance to the estate. It strives to be recognised as the leading residential eco-estate in Southern Africa.

Simbithi achieves a delicate balance between nature and development, with pockets of unspoiled natural beauty interspersed with 27 dams, five trails for walking, running and mountain biking, children’s play areas, and swimming pools.

The estate’s five community centres – Heron, Kingfisher, Guinea Fowl, Fish Eagle, and the Stables – further enhance the sense of community.

Each half of the estate also features a dog park, allowing their four-legged residents to socialise as well.

No matter where you are in your own journey, Simbithi Eco-Estate invites you to become part of their story and experience the pages they have written.

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