KwaZulu Natal is one of the most diverse provinces in South Africa. With 600km of Indian Ocean Coastline, fantastic Game Reserves with Big 5 game drives, Historic battlefields, retreats and spas to rejuvenate the soul, some of South Africa’s highest mountains, and an abundance of marine life, Natal is a destination in its own right! To add to the abundance of wildlife and activities, this province has an all year round climate, with some of the best visiting months actually in Winter!

KwaZulu Natal is an ideal self-drive destination. You can spend your entire South African holiday in Natal or you can combine it with other South African Highlights like Cape Town or the Kruger Park. It is a family friendly destination being easy to travel around and with great activities and tours. If you are looking for some romance or a honeymoon destination, winter or summer, there are super options in this gorgeous province.

With a colorfully diverse cultural heritage, Durban is the largest city in the province and enjoys close proximity to a number of excellent game reserves, such as Hluhluwe-Imfolozi National Park.

For those looking for something a little off the beaten track, KwaZulu Natal has some hidden away gems.

Game viewing and Safari’s have also become a must do, and the diversity and luxury accommodation offered rivals traditional Safari destinations.
One of our preferred partners &Beyond operates beautiful exclusive lodges in Phinda Reserve. Here Big 5 sightings are the highlight of your Safari, and the reserve has become well known for Cheetah sightings.

The landscape and scenery of Natal is magic! Towering mountains of the Drakensburg, beautiful to hike in summer and full of snow in winter. Long stretches of uninhabited wild beaches, and more popular Durban beaches. Lush tropical vegetation and yellow dunes. Rolling hills and quaint stops in the Natal Midlands. History and battles at Fugitives Drift or Three Tree Hill. The Zulu people have a fascinating culture and history and you can even stay in a luxury “traditional home” at Isibindi Zulu Lodge.



Lise Kargaard


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