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South Africa’s third-smallest province, KwaZulu-Natal has a wealth of scenic and cultural attractions that include the country’s most popular beaches lying to the south and north of Durban. Add to that its bushveld reserves to the north, historic battlefields and the dramatic Drakensberg mountains, and you can see why it’s popular with tourists.

UKHAHLAMBA DRAKENSBERG PARK

The uKhahlamba-Drakensberg World Heritage Site is renowned for its stunning river valleys and rocky gorges, where many threatened endemic plant and animal species are to be found.

BATTLEFIELDS OF KWAZULU-NATAL

The Battlefields region of KwaZulu-Natal brings to life the historical yet bloody Zulu-Anglo-Boer wars that played out here over a dramatic 70-year period.

Fishing in the Midlands

MIDLANDS MEANDER, KWAZULU-NATAL

The Midlands Meander route is one of the largest and most popular arts-and-crafts routes in South Africa, featuring more than 150 destinations.

DISCOVER THE ISIMANGALISO WETLAND PARK

The iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a World Heritage Site boasting superlative natural beauty, unique ecological processes and exceptional biodiversity.

KWAZULU-NATAL

KwaZulu-Natal reflects its Zulu, Indian and colonial influence in its architecture, historical battlefields, music, culture and diverse cuisine.

White rhinos in rural Kwa-Zulu Natal

HLUHLUWE-IMFOLOZI GAME RESERVE, KWAZULU-NATAL

Get close to the Big Five, including endangered rhino, at Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, Africa’s oldest game reserve.

SOUTH COAST KWAZULU-NATAL

The South Coast is characterised by vast stretches of open beach and sub-tropical forests. It’s also a popular local golfing and adventure destination.

NORTH COAST KWAZULU-NATAL

KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast is renowned as a luxury beach destination. Its beautiful coastline is complemented by attractions like Shaka’s grave and interesting heritage routes.

DURBAN BOTANIC GARDENS, KWAZULU-NATAL

Africa’s oldest surviving botanic gardens, the Durban Botanic Gardens are a luxuriant haven for orchids, palms, cycads and many other examples of indigenous flora.

MALOTI-DRAKENSBERG HERITAGE ROUTE

One of the most scenic routes in South Africa, the historic Maloti-Drakensberg Heritage Route combines incredible natural beauty, ancient rock art and wonderful wildlife.

FLORIDA ROAD, DURBAN

Restaurants, cafes, small boutiques, galleries and studios make up the shopping scene on Florida Road, which runs through Durban’s trendy suburbs of Berea and Morningside.

DURBAN’S BEACHES

Durban’s wealth of beaches are suited to swimming, tanning, surfing, bodyboarding, people-watching and long strolls on the sand.

JAPANESE GARDENS, DURBAN NORTH

Since the early 1960s, the Japanese Gardens have attracted generations of families in search of a tranquil escape from the bustle of city life.

PHANSI MUSEUM, DURBAN, KWAZULU-NATAL

A showcase of the ethnic diversity and creativity of South African, Namibian and Kenyan crafters in a fully restored Victorian house.

SOUTH AFRICA’S EIGHT SEAPORTS

South Africa has eight commercial seaports, all of which fall within the ambit of the Transnet National Ports Authority.

DURBAN HARBOUR, KWAZULU-NATAL

The port is the fourth-largest in the southern hemisphere and handles in excess of 30-million tons of cargo per annum thanks to a technically advanced tracking system.

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