Holidays in Kwazulu Natal
KwaZulu-Natal is located on the east coast of South Africa. Also known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, this area is home to eight distinct regions. The beachside city of Durban is the capital of the province and also a popular holiday resort with fine beaches and a friendly cosmopolitan atmosphere. Zululand is the heartland of the Zulu culture and also features the oldest game reserve in Africa, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park. Another popular holiday destination is the Elephant Coast (Maputoland). This region is an ecotourism haven located in the far north on the border with Mozambique. Maputoland features pristine beaches and nature reserves including the UNESCO World Heritage listed Greater St Lucia - iSimangaliso Wetland Park. The stunning basalt cliffs and peaks of the Drakensberg Mountains are located in the west of KwaZulu-Natal, along the border with the Kingdom of Lesotho. The Drakensburg Mountains offer breathtaking scenery and great hiking. With spectacular beaches, fascinating history and pristine wilderness reserves, KwaZulu-Natal is an idyllic South African holiday destination.
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