Things to do in KwaZulu-Natal

KwaZulu-Natal has everything - beaches, wildlife, mountains, accessible ethnic culture and a rich history dating back to Napoleonic times. The locals know all about the attractions here and it is South Africa’s province of choice for domestic tourism. It is a compact and beautiful region that is often a secret to international travellers.


Durban, the ‘state’ capital is British in origin but is a cultural mixture of Zulu, Indian and white communities. North of the Tugela River you’ll find some of the most pristine shores in the country. The Elephant Coast is a patchwork of wetlands, freshwater lakes, wilderness and Zulu villages and is one of the most isolated regions in the country with the best snorkelling and scuba diving along the coral reefs off Sodwana Bay. The game reserves in the North tend to be compact and feature a cross section of wildlife that including all of the Big Five.



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    Our Underberg bed and breakfast has the ambience of a English countryhome, nestled at the foot of Hlogoma Mountain, offering 4 comfortable en suite rooms.
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    This international award-winning property is located just 20 kilometers from Pietermaritzburg and is home to the most expansive eco-friendly spa in Africa, giving you one of the must luxurious game re...  more
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    A self-catering, private bush camp recently built on the a private reserve at a stunning spot under the big Tamboti and Marula trees.
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    A truly unique lodge in Northern KwaZulu Natal where the view from the spectacular setting is particularly breathtaking as you gaze out onto Lake Jozini, the Lebombo Mountains and the Pongola Game Res...  more

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