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Kwazulu Natal Province

KZN (KwaZulu- Natal) is a multi-cultural destination and is also known as the Zulu Kingdom. A definite “must see, must do” on the list of local and international travellers. IT remains a firm leader in the South African tourism space because it has so much to offer. Home of the traditional Zululand with its interesting culture of which they are fiercely proud. The KZN Game sanctuaries offer the best of the African wilderness safaris you have ever experienced whilst in close proximity to the pleasures of scuba diving and deep sea fishing.

The province has an excellent infrastructure, with good roads, fine accommodation and a wide selection of restaurants. Its main airport is King Shaka International Airport, about 30km north of Durban.


One of the fastest-growing urban areas in the world. Its port is the busiest in South Africa and also one of the 10 largest in the world. Durban is blessed with balmy weather all year round, making it a perfect holiday paradise. The beachfront is bordered by holiday accommodation and 5 Star hotels and luxury apartments, all of which have an idyllic view of the Indian Ocean.

Durban is a coastal city in eastern KZN province, and is known for its African, Indian and colonial influences. The seafront promenade runs from uShaka Marine World, a huge theme park with an aquarium, to the futuristic Moses Mabhida Stadium.

The Golden Mile beachfront is a popular destination for water sports. Durban’s surfing spots range from beginner breaks at Addington and South beaches to the challenging Cave Rock at Brighton Beach.

Inland, vendors at the Warwick Junction street markets include Zulu shopkeepers offering traditional medicines and Indian food carts selling “bunny chow,” a traditional curry dish. The Campbell Collections, a museum and library in a neo-Cape Dutch home, displays African art and artefacts that explore the city’s ethnic mix. The Port Natal Maritime Museum, based on 3 vessels in the harbour, traces the city’s seafaring tradition.

St Lucia

Awarded as a World Heritage site in 1999 (Unesco), this small but quaint village has fast become a top tourist destination. St Lucia also happens to be the most visited town in Africa to witness our beloved Hippos.

St Lucia is a settlement in Umkhanyakude District Municipality in the KZN province. The small town is mainly a hub for the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park and was awarded as a World Heritage site in 1999 (Unesco). This small but quaint village has fast become a top tourist destination. St Lucia also happens to be the most visited town in Africa to witness our beloved Hippos. A boat cruise to watch the Hippos and Crocodiles is one of the most popular items on all tourists list of things to do in Africa.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

One of South Africa’s oldest game parks (est. 1912), the 40,000ha uMkhuze is a spectacular section of iSimangaliso for birding and game-viewing. It is home to at least 420 avian species, as well as the Big 5 and rare species such as cheetah and wild dog – all at home in an amazing landscape of acacia savannah, rivers, pans, and riverine forest.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a huge protected area along the coast of KZN. The park’s centrepiece is the vast Lake St. Lucia, home to large numbers of hippos, crocodiles, pelicans and flamingos. Elephants, giraffes and leopards inhabit the grasslands and forests of the nearby Western Shores and Charters Creek areas. To the north, Sodwana Bay is known for its colourful coral reefs.

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park

The only state run park in Kwazulu Natal that is home to the African Big 5. The park is world re known for its conservation efforts and history. The Umfolozi was previously used as King Shaka's private hunting grounds. The conservation efforts have contributed to this park having the largest population of White Rhino in the world.

Hluhluwe–Umfolozi Park, formerly Hluhluwe–Umfolozi Game Reserve, is the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. It consists of 960 km² of hilly topography 280 kilometres north of Durban in central KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and is known for its rich wildlife and conservation efforts. The Park contains a diversity of fauna and flora, and is also characterised by hilly topography. The Northern section of the park is noted for its wide variety of both bird and animal life.

Drakensberg Mountains

Enjoy the fresh air and picturesque environment when visiting the Drakensberg Mountains.

The KZN region is home to the awe-inspiring Drakensberg Mountain which is more than 200 kilometres long and combines rugged peaks with valleys and spectacular backdrops. The name, Drakensberg, roughly translate to “Dragon Mountains” or “the mountains of dragons”, because of the mammoth peaks in size and stature. The average height of the range is 2 900m but some of the highest peaks, surge up to 3 482 metres above sea level. The best hiking, walking and cycling adventures can be had in these valleys and slopes, peaks and plateaus.
Some of the few famous peaks are Giant’s Castle, Cathedral Peak, and Mont-Aux-Sources. When you stay at any of these mountain lodges you will immediately feel that you have breathing space and a chance to unwind. Visit and explore this wondrous range of mountain and make it part of your trip through South Africa - there are options to suit all travel needs and requirements.