Zimbali Coastal Resort is a place where miles of deserted beaches divide the warm Indian Ocean and the lush coastal vegetation. A place where you observe schools of dolphins frolicking in the waves and whale sharks cruising lazily by. A place to enjoy bird watching and encounter over 200 species of birds, and indigenous wild life with shy blue duiker and families of bush buck wandering through.
The 18 hole Tom Weiskopf designed course is an extremely popular choice for golfers from all parts of the world, with the variety of holes within a forest and others with ample sea views ensuring that your experience is one to be remembered.
Being an eco-conscious golf course and estate, Zimbali’s tee boxes are often situated in slightly tricky positions to avoid environmental disturbances. The first eleven holes take you over rolling hills, which present ideal vantage points from which to enjoy the magnificent views. Thereafter, holes twelve to eighteen explore the Zimbali indigenous forest.