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KwaZulu Natal offers the visitor an interaction of natural wonders, modern facilities, fascinating cultures and a rich history - in a breathtakingly beautiful landscape with a variety of settings.

The Drakensberg and the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park are the 2 Heritage sites and the primary game reserves are Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, Itala, Mkuze, Ndumo, Phinda and Tembe Elephant Park.

Durban is the gateway to this unique holiday destination.

Kwazulu-Natal Attractions

The Battlefields

A number of Battlefield tours are on offer in KZN where some of South Africa’s most turbulent wars took place. The interior, north of the Tugela River, marks the spot of gruesome battles between Boers and Zulus, British and Zulus and, of course, the Boers and the British.

Valley of a Thousand Hills

One of the most picturesque drives in the world is just 45km from Durban, known as the Valley of a Thousand Hills. It is in these hills that Zulu people still live in their traditional huts, the views are breathtaking – to be savoured, slowly.

Zulu Crafts

KwaZulu-Natal boasts a wide range of markets, craft shops and galleries where one can purchase the finest Zulu crafts. Traditional baskets, woven beer strainers, Zulu drums, shields and assegais, beadwork, pottery and regalia - can all be purchased at reasonable prices.

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