African Travel Concept


KwaZulu-Natal, known as the ‘world in one province’, is located on the east coast of South Africa. It is a place of extraordinary scenic beauty and was the grounds for various significant historical events. From mountains and midlands to golden beaches, its natural magnificence combined with a rich cultural heritage, the province offers a unique experience to the traveller.

From Durban, home to a rich Indian culture, explore the beautiful coastline with its pristine beaches, including the Elephant Coast, iSimangaliso Wetlands Park - a World Heritage Site – and Hluhluwe, South Africa’s oldest game reserve famous for its rhino population.

The exquisite Drakensberg mountains is a World Heritage Site and a major leisure attraction, offering walks, hikes and adventure activities. It houses the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg National Park with its abundant biodiversity, including 300 bird species and 48 mammal species.

Travel through the beautiful Valley of a Thousands Hills to Pietermaritzburg and Durban, where you can uncover the liberation efforts of icons such as Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi on the Freedom Route.

KwaZulu-Natal's alluring tourist attractions including many memorial sites detailing extraordinary clashes between local tribes and the pioneers known as the Voortrekkers.  This tourism route features almost 200 destinations, focused around the arts, crafts and cultures of this region.

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