The South African province of KwaZulu-Natal contains the country’s northernmost stretch of Indian Ocean coastline, whose magnificent surf beaches draw people from all over the country and beyond. But away from the coast there is a wide variety of landscape, including the soaring peaks of Ukhahlamba Drakensberg, the northern sugarcane fields and the forests of the South Coast.
The range of experience available to the visitor is just as varied, covering everything from hiking and big game spotting to the multicultural attractions of Durban. Layers of history come alive in the Zululand region, still imprinted with the memory of fierce battles, while elsewhere you’ll find intriguing traces of Boers, Britons, Portuguese and other colonial powers.
If you are in Durban don't miss this tour, its absolutely a must with excellent scenery and great experience going up(and down) Sani Pass. Our guide was very nice with great knowledge and we were very lucky with the weather, great views all the way
Fascinating history that was particularly well presented. It certainly wasn't Disneyland, but provided a insight into daily Zulu life
Highly recommended. This is a great opportunity to learn about natives, other than Zulus, and to visit their homes.
KwaZulu-Natal lies in the east of South Africa, bordering Swaziland, Mozambique and Lesotho. Its largest city and major transport hub is Durban.