KwaZulu Natal is a world in one province. Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. This province boasts two World Heritage Sites, the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park and the majestic uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park.
You cannot think of visiting KwaZulu-Natal without taking in the majesty and splendour of the Drakensberg Mountains. These exquisite mountains are a World Heritage Site offering walks, hikes and adventure activities.
This mountainous terrain gives way to the rolling hills of the midlands where you can indulge in the treats of the famous Midlands Meander. This tourism route features almost 200 destinations, focused around the arts, crafts and cultures of this region
The Battlefields area in the northern KwaZulu-Natal was the site of many of South Africa’s most significant battles of the last 200 years. This is where Voortrekker, the British and Zulu clashed.
For superb coastal resources, visit Maputaland, with its Greater St Lucia (Isimangaliso) Wetland Park, the country’s third-largest wildlife sanctuary and a magnificent World Heritage Site. This internationally-renowned park boasts a spectacular coastline, the second-highest vegetated sea-dunes on earth, and pods of hippo, crocodile and elephant.
Famous for its rhino management programme KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) has earned a reputation for wildlife conservation and management. The province is renowned for its diversity of wildlife and reserves encompassing a variety of ecosystems. Sand forests, woodland, savannah, bushveld, and wetlands.