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Legendary land of powerful Zulu tribes, KwaZulu-Natal is a colourful fusion of cultures. At the coastal edge, the Indian Ocean entices visitors into its warm waters. The long coastal region includes a World Heritage Site, the magnificent Isimangaliso Wetland Park. Inland, the genteel country towns of the rolling Midlands are out to charm. At...

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Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse

Kamberg Valley
6 Bedrooms, 4 Suites, 2 Cottages. 1 self-cater Cottage nearby.
PPS from R 2,520

If it’s legendary food, spectacular scenery and tranquillity you’re after, then Cleopatra is for you. Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse has earned global renown as a romantic...


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Hartford House

Mooi River
6 Bedrooms and 8 Suites

In the heart of South Africa’s champion racehorse stud, amid the sun-drenched valleys of Giant’s Castle, lies Hartford House, a world of heroic battles, picturesque mountain...


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Makakatana Bay Lodge

Isimangaliso
5 Bush Chalets, 1 Honeymoon Chalet, 2 Family Chalets
PPS from R 4,943

An intimate, contemporary hideaway, Makakatana is the only privately owned lodge within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site, Africa’s largest natural marine...


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Montusi Mountain Lodge

Bergville
16 Suites
PPS from R 2,075
Includes Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Montusi Mountain Lodge is an exclusive guest lodge in the northern Drakensberg mountains of Kwazulu Natal, a World Heritage Site, offering superb views of the magnificent...


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Thula Thula Private Game Reserve

Empangeni
Safari Lodge : 2 Suites, 6 Thatch Rooms. Tented Camp : 8 Safari Tents
Units from R 3,030

Family owned and operated, Thula Thula was home to the late Lawrence Anthony, conservationist and best selling author of 'The Elephant Whisperer'. Only two hours north of...


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Fordoun Hotel and Spa

Nottingham Road
17 Bedrooms, 5 Open-plan Suites, 8 self-contained Family Cottages

In the rolling hills of Nottingham Road in the KZN Midlands, Fordoun was created with the goal that every guest should leave feeling uplifted, positive and relieved of stress. ...


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Villa Umdoni

Pennington
Luxury Self Catering Villa - 4 Rooms

Villa Umdoni Exclusivity and Private Packages available
Units from R 4,800

Set in the indigenous forests of the South Coast with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, this modern residence has been decorated by an international interior designer....


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Palm Tree House

Pennington
3 x 2 Bedroom Apartments or Entire Villa
Units from R 3,100

Enjoy the luxury and sophistication of your own apartment on the tropical South Coast. Ideal for couples, groups or families wanting to explore the surrounding beaches and many...


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Villa Albizia

Pennington
Luxury Self-Catering Villa - 3 Bedrooms
Units from R 2,500

Nestled in the dense beauty of a sub-tropical paradise, Eden Rock Forest Estate is a hidden gem on the Kwa-Zulu Natal South Coast. Ideal as a family getaway, the secure...


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Aloe Ridge

Pennington
3 Bedroom Villa
Units from R 4,000

This exquisite beauty is quite simply the stuff of holiday villa dreams… Having been featured on the well-known lifestyle show Top Billing, you know it’s a space that has...


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Crystal Blue

Pennington
3 Bedroom Villa

This charming, double-story villa is an idyllic place from which to experience those warm Durban days. Tucked into the lush forest, you’re afforded a great sense of privacy...


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Thonga Beach Lodge

Mabibi
8 Chalets, 1 Honeymoon Chalet, 3 Family Chalets
PPS from R 4,820

PLEASE NOTE: Thonga Beach Lodge is going to be closed from 17th May to 9th JuneOn the pristine Maputaland coast, Thonga Beach Lodge lies in the heart of iSimangaliso World...


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Fairlight Beach House

Umdloti Beach
7 Bedrooms, 1 Family Suite, 1 Apartment, Self-Catering Options
PPS from R 773

Fairlight Beach House overlooks one of the finest beaches on the KwaZulu Natal North Coast. Located in Umdloti, only 10 minutes from King Shaka International Airport and en...


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Ghost Mountain Inn

Mkuze
49 Bedrooms and 1 Luxury Suite
PPS from R 875

At the foot of the legendary Ghost Mountain lies the relaxed and welcoming Ghost Mountain Inn, a country hotel in the village of Mkuze on the Elephant Coast of Northern Kwazulu...


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Isandlwana Lodge

Isandlwana
12 Bedrooms
PPS from R 3,600
Special Deal

Travel from the fast pace and stress of urban living to the peace and tranquillity of Isandlwana Lodge, an impressive building carved into the side of the Nyoni Rock. This is...


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Spionkop Lodge (Spioenkop Lodge)

Spioenkop
8 Bedrooms
PPS from R 2,411

Spion Kop Lodge offers warm hospitality in the Battlefields and Drakensberg Region of KwaZulu-Natal, set in indigenous tranquil grounds on an eco farm. The perfect place from...


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Three Tree Hill (formerly Three Trees at Spioenkop)

Spioenkop
6 Bedrooms, 2 Family Cottages
PPS from R 3,000

Set in the Battlefields of Kwazulu Natal, overlooking the secluded malaria-free valley of Spioenkop Game Reserve, where aloes, acacias, giraffe, zebra and rhino create a truly...


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Amakhosi Safari Lodge

Pongola
6 River Suites, 2 Honeymoon Suites and 1 Private Villa
PPS from R 2,914

AmaKhosi Safari Lodge “Place of the Kings” in Zulu, is ideally situated 4 hours from Durban in KwaZulu Natal and 5,5 hours from Johannesburg. On the banks of Zululand’s Mkuze...


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White Elephant Safari Lodge

Pongola
8 Luxury Safari Tents
PPS from R 3,230
Special Deal

Located at the foot of the Lebombo Mountains lies White Elephant, the only lodge in South Africa to offer Kariba-like water-based safari activities, including tiger fishing and...


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Fugitives' Drift

Rorke's Drift
Lodge - 8 Bedrooms, Guest House - 6 Bedrooms

The Rattray family, pioneers of Heritage Tourism in South Africa, offer visitors an opportunity to experience the extraordinary saga of the Anglo Zulu War. The Lodge and Guest...


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KwaZulu Natal travel guide

Legendary land of powerful Zulu tribes, KwaZulu-Natal is a colourful fusion of cultures. At the coastal edge, the Indian Ocean entices visitors into its warm waters. The long coastal region includes a World Heritage Site, the magnificent Isimangaliso Wetland Park. Inland, the genteel country towns of the rolling Midlands are out to charm. At the massive Drakensberg Mountain Range, many visitors are inspired to hike, bike and explore Stone Age paintings in this World Heritage Site.

KwaZulu-Natal can be enjoyed year round, thanks to a subtropical climate. Get your kicks surfing, hang-gliding or golfing. Tour the violent battlefields of history, where Boer, British and Zulu armies clashed. Watch the timeless movements of the Big Five on a game reserve. Meet up with a modern African way of life in the flourishing cities of Durban and Pietermaritzburg. You can explore a traditional village in Zululand, spot remnants of British customs and taste the influence of India when you munch on an aromatic roti.

Along the coast, these are great choices:

  • North Coast: settle yourself in a small pretty town such as Ballito or Salt Rock for holidays that involve sandcastles, surfing, snorkelling, and fishing. This is a good place to try Indian cuisine as there is a lively Indian community here.
  • South Coast: Port Edward, Margate and Port Shepstone make great bases along the gentle coastline. The waves are perfect for children and people who like their ocean warm.
  • iSimangaliso Wetland Park: Take a boat safari to watch whales and dolphins play in the waves, and encounter endangered turtles laying eggs on the sand.
  • Golf courses: Your call to golf is answered by more than 60 world-class golf courses, including the famous Zimbali, Selbourne and Umdoni golf courses, as well as the Links course at Prince's Grant near Stanger.
  • Durban: Right on the beach, with a balmy climate and surfers in wetsuits all year round, Durbs is the main city of KZN but still manageable to explore in a couple of days. The seafront is lined with big hotels; the ridge overlooking the city, known as the Berea, has cooler temperatures and suburbs with colonial mansions, palm trees and cool coffee shops. You’ll notice the vibrant Indian culture in the markets and the tasty cuisine, specialising in seafood and curries. Durban is also the home of UShaka, a huge marine theme park with its oceanarium, dolphin, penguin and seal shows, water rides and animal encounters.

Driving inland, here’s what awaits:

  • Hluhluwe-Imfolozi and surrounding private game reserves: Join a 4x4 safari to see the Big Five and relax in the peace of the bush.
  • Midlands Meander: The villages and towns on this road make up South Africa’s first and largest arts and crafts route, extending around 80 km from Pietermaritzburg to Mooi River. Interact with local carpenters, beaders, weavers, potters, artists, wine makers, all creating unique items with a sense of place.
  • Drakensberg Mountains: The Drakensberg Range forms a tremendous basalt barricade between KwaZulu-Natal and the Kingdom of Lesotho. Take a hike through yellowwood forests, leading you to magnificent San rock art, birdwatching and diamond bright waterfalls. Or consider a helicopter ride over Cathedral Peak.
  • Battlefields: Envision the fighting at the Battlefields of Isandlwana and Rourke's Drift where historic battles spilled the blood of British and Zulu. The Anglo-Boer war trail takes you from Spioenkop and Ladysmith to Talana at Dundee.