Kwa Zulu Natal with its subtropical coastline and Blue seas caters for almost every taste imaginable. It has the grasslands in the eastern Part and the Exquisite Drakensberg Mountain Rangein the western part.
Known as the Zulu Kingdom, this Province is a get together of different cultures. This province boasts with two World Heritage sites namely St Lucia and the Beautiful Drakensberg Range.
Normally a popular tourist destination for people flocking to its popular shores and wonderful surf. It is no wonder that this Provinceis the countries favorite local holiday destination.
The weather in Kwa Zulu Natal is known to be eternal summer. Although the temperatures differ from region to region, Kwa Zulu Natal has a great climate and has generous rainfall during the summer months. During the Christmas holiday seasonit can get extremely hot and humid along the Coast of Natal.
Sandy Beaches – Along the the Province you will find some of South Africa’s best beaches. Umhlanga Rocks, Ballito, Shaka’s Rock, Shelley Beach, Uvongo, Margate and Ramsgate to just mention a few.
Durban’s Grey Street – Grey Street is home to Durban’s Indian district and is the best place to enjoy spicy local food.
Mountains and Dragon’s – The Drakensberg Area was declared a World Heritage site in 2000. This mountains, bordering Lesotho is a vast Nature Reserveboasting the highest mountain range in South Africa. Known to the Zulus as the Barrier of Spears the Drakensberge or Dragon Mountains are truly spectacular.
Zulu Heartland – To the west of the Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserves one can explore local traditional museums. Near Ondini find the royal courtyard of Cetshwayo, the Zulu King. The fascinating Vukani Collection Museum is found at Eshowe and boasts one of the best collections of Zulu art and culture to be found anywhere
Wildlife viewings – Famous for it’s Rhino conservation programme and wildlife sightings, Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park is the best of Kwa Zulu Natal’s reserves and boasts with a fantastic cross section of wildlife.