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KwaZulu Natal

Known as the Garden Province, its stunning Indian Ocean coastline rises up inland to the dramatic heights of the Drakensberg Mountains. The beaches are glorious and benefit from the warmth of the Indian Ocean. The cosmopolitan city of Durban is South Africa’s most popular and busiest holiday resort. Just north of Durban are the fabulous beaches of Umhlanga. In the north of the province is historic Zululand and the Battlefields, which for lovers of history, is the place to see the sights of the Boer Wars and to learn about the Zulu homelands.

The sights

Durban – a popular coastal resort benefiting from year round sunshine and plenty of outdoor activities. Restaurants, bars, shops and live music venues line the Durban Waterfront providing a great vibe and a perfect place for a stroll on the promenade.

The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park – situated on the untamed Elephant Coast of the Zulu Kingdom and declared a World Heritage Site in 1999, the St Lucia Wetlands brings together five ecosystems and is home to the largest and southernmost population of hippos, approximately 1000 crocodiles, as well as a wealth of plant and animal life. It offers an abundance of activities for lovers of the great outdoors and you will be spoilt for choice of photo opportunities.

Local History Museum – a must for those wanting to learn more about the Zulu history.

The BAT centre - The cultural heartbeat of the city and a haven for artists and creative types. Botanical Gardens – boast an impressive tropical and exotic collection to view. 


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