Planning Sibaya, we knew that a sensitive approach to the natural world was key. That’s why the majority of the land here is being left undeveloped. We’re preserving the coastal forest and rehabilitating much of what was once sugarcane and making it accessible via a network of trails and paths for walking, running and cycling. This network also opens up access to a breath-taking stretch of the coastline closed off to most people before, and highly sought after by surfers and beachgoers. These areas are all accessible to visitors and residents alike, but managed by Sibaya to ensure that our high standards of quality and safety are maintained. As a mixed-use development, we’re ensuring that there are plenty of retail and other leisure opportunities on offer for visitors too. The various nodes to be developed will include shops, restaurants, hotels and more.
There’s a reason we called Sibaya a Coastal Precinct and not just an estate or residential development. When we conceptualised it, we knew it was a part of the whole that is Durban. It’s a place not just for those who live here but also those who visit, whether it’s to stay, work or relax. The Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom is already well established within the precinct and provides an incredible starting point for a new place to play.
75 km of paths,
6.5km of beach
6.5km of beach
The Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom offers unmatched entertainment and houses a premium casino, a luxurious hotel, enthralling activities and the finest restaurants and bars. The casino is an enthusiast’s playground - delivering the best slot machines and gaming tables. Whilst, its hotel, located just 4.8 km from the Umhlanga beach provides superior comfort and is fitted with the world-class facilities to make the stay one to remember. MORE ABOUT SIBAYA CASINO
The umhlanga Rocks Main Beach is situated on Lagoon Drive and is a tranquil 4.8 km from Sibaya. It has been awarded with a blue flag for its pristine clear waters.
As the Sibaya Precinct expands, so do the amount of adventures made available for visitors and residents of the area. Sibaya Forest will have a localised cycle trail for adrenaline junkies, fitness freaks and those simply seeking the outdoors. This unique trail will be designed and built around towering trees that are not over-imposing to allow for an unobstructed and free-flowing cycling experience.
For exotic nature trails that meander through a scenic outdoor backdrop, look no further than Sibaya Forest. The forest aims to create an invaluable space for locals and visitors, allowing them to reconnect with nature. It is designed and inspired from nature's angular and geometric shapes and this includes inspiration from the veins of a leaf, the perfect symmetry of a damselfly's wings, a spider's web, and parallel trees. The nature trail will be ideal for walking, running and cycling amid vegetation that has been architecturally considered.