Plans to develop a Tinley estate, called Tinley Town, could mean a new era of tourism on Kwa-Zulu Natal’s North Coast. The goal behind Tinley Town is to boost both local and international interest in the region, making the North Coast a more popular holiday destination.
With its immaculate coastline, indigenous coastal forest, and lagoon, it’s easy to see why Tinley boasts significant tourism potential.
Within easy reach of King Shaka International Airport, the Drakensberg Mountains and the bush, Tinley Town is set to become a gateway to the region and beyond, increasing domestic and international tourism on the North Coast.
Sublime weather conditions, beautiful beaches, and world heritage sites are just a few of the reasons why KwaZulu-Natal is South Africa’s number one domestic tourism area. Coupled with increased investment on the Northern corridor and the new direct British Airways flight from London Heathrow, KwaZulu-Natal is ready to welcome an influx of international tourists.
At the core of Durban’s Aerotropolis Master Plan (draft January 2018), Tinley Town is a purpose-driven initiative, which will strengthen KwaZulu-Natal’s national competitiveness as an ideal destination to live and work.