The province of KwaZulu Natal is home to a multitude of attractions, with something to suit every taste, budget and relaxation requirement. Having formerly been an independent homeland, the kingdom of the Zulu, the province is touched by this great nation’s culture in a very real, tangible way. But, it is also the home of many immigrants and has become a vibrant and cosmopolitan destination with different cultural experiences on offer.
Because of its verdant, humid conditions, this is known as the Garden Province; laden with greenery and gorgeous vegetation. In addition, this province boasts a spectacular coastline that has the added advantage of the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. As such, it is ideal for water sports like SCUBA diving, snorkelling, surfing, kite surfing, fishing and sailing.
The metropolis of Durban is one of South Africa’s biggest and busiest cities and is home to the King Shaka International Airport. It is also brimming with shops, historical sites, cultural hotspots and tourist attractions, including the uShaka Marine World. The Natal Midlands and it’s Meander showcases a collection of arts, crafts, excellent food, and gorgeous views. The Midmar Dam is part of the Meander and is an ideal spot for water sports, while the Battlefields Route offers a poignant glimpse into the KZN of yesteryear.
KwaZulu-Natal is a destination with a difference for those that want to experience the real essence of South Africa in the province of perpetual summer… MORE \ Discover KwaZulu Natal \ or to find a place to stay in this Province, visit KwaZulu Natal Accommodation or KwaZulu Natal Hotels on SA-Venues.com. (Popular regions include Ballito, Durban, Umhlanga, Hluhluwe and the Drakensberg).