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KwaZulu-Natal Accommodation

Accommodation in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

To find Accommodation in KwaZulu-Natal, simply use the controls on the map to zoom into a particular region for a more detailed view of locations, or click on the region's name in the list provided. Results include a list of towns and reserves for that area of KwaZulu-Natal.
Also known as the Zulu Kingdom, KwaZulu-Natal is a many-splendoured interaction of natural wonders, ultra modern facilities and fascinating cultural imprints. With great weather all year round this province truly deserves its reputation as being one the country's top tourist destinations.

Major Tourist attractions within the area include:
  • Durban (Beachfront & City Centre) - with its bustling port, many restaurants, nightclubs and world renowned beaches,
    Durban is an exciting place in which to shop, play and enjoy sheer holiday fun. Annual events include the popular Comrades
    Marathon (between Durban and Pietermaritzburg), an international surfing competition, the Duzi canoe marathon, the Midmar Mile
    swimming event, and the July Handicap horse race.
  • uShaka Marine World - this plays host to a wide variety of sea life, including sharks, dolphins and seals.
  • Umhlanga Rocks - just north of Durban, is notable for its ski-boating facilities, and its annual Ski Boat Festival held in April.
  • The Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park - ideal for hippo watching.
  • The North (Dolphin) Coast - a stretch of coastline between the Umdloti and the Tugela rivers, aptly named because of the Indian
    Ocean bottlenose dolphins that can be seen here all year round.
  • Golfing - for the enthusiast, nine excellent 18-hole golf courses lend this area as a golfer's paradise.
  • The Drakensberg Mountains - an awe-inspiring facade of cliffs, yellowwood forests and cascading waterfalls, snowcapped during
    the winter months, this range has the highest concentration of walks and trails anywhere in South Africa. In its midst lies the
    uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park - a World Heritage Site and home to the San bushmen and their famous rock paintings.
  • Photograph wild elephants at the Tembe National Park (on the Mozambiquean border).
  • Take a tour along the historic Battlefields Route, and hear the legendary stories of Shaka, Winston Churchill, Mahatma Ghandi
    and General Louis Botha.
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