Travel into the kaleidoscopic landscape that shapes KwaZulu-Natal, and you are bound to discover an adventure playground beyond your wildest imagination. Wilderness parks, leisure destinations and outdoor escapes dot a range of diverse regions, encompassing everything from the laid-back Midlands and dramatic Zululand to the untamed Elephant Coast.

KZN have staked its place as one of South Africa’s premier eco-tourism destinations, and visitors to this sub-tropical province will revel in just about every eco-system imaginable. Lush wetlands and bountiful coastal forests, verdant grassland plains, the granite peaks of Ukhahlamba Drakensberg spearing high against the sky and a pristine shoreline where saltwater currents caress coral reefs and unspoilt, tropical beaches.

World Heritage sites abound, as does game reserves and nature conservancies teeming with a rich and diverse blend of fauna and flora, and KZN is indeed a ‘place of many wonders’. Beyond the natural splendour lies the legacy and rich history of the Zulu people, to this day revered by many historians as Africa’s mightiest tribe.

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