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The four magnificent routes of the Elephant Coast unfold spectacular, pristine and unspoilt marine and wildlife displays against cinematic views offering you personal, dramatic and unusual encounters with nature in Africa. They are routes where history and culture are intertwined with your experience - many of which are only to…
Zululand - the Kingdom that gave the province its name. Zululand's history, rich with intrigue, embodies the struggle of the Zulu people destined to become a nation. As you travel through its natural treasures, Zululand's landscape of rolling green hills, indigenous forests, private and provincial game reserves and warm people…
The North Coast, also known as the Dolphin Coast, stretches from Zimbali to the Thukela River. The beaches are a family favourite as well as the playground of the bottlenose dolphin. Popular as a sporting and adventure haven you could tee off on one of many world class golf courses,…
Remember those carefree teenage days? Driving your parent's car, pedal floored, cruising down to the South Coast, hair in the wind, surfboards and fishing rods strapped to your roof-racks, with anticipation of an extraordinarily good time ahead? Click For Accommodation
Pietermaritzburg, founded in 1839, is the capital and second largest city of the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Its "purist" Zulu name is umGungundlovu meaning - The Secret Place of the Elephant. Notable city attractions are the Natal Museum, Tatham Art Gallery, City Hall and SANBI Botanical Gardens. Outdoor…
Pietermaritzburg, founded in 1839, is the capital and second largest city of the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Its "purist" Zulu name is umGungundlovu meaning - The Secret Place of the Elephant. Notable city attractions are the Natal Museum, Tatham Art Gallery, City Hall and SANBI Botanical Gardens. Outdoor…
The Midlands Meander in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, is a collection of arranged routes that offer visitors hospitality in truly beautiful surroundings, outstanding accommodation, conference and wedding facilities, fascinating local events, fabulous restaurants, revitalising outdoor activities and over-the-top adventure sports, historic landmarks, wildlife conservation, and best of all "shop-till-you-drop" unique…
Rorke's Drift, Colenso, Isandlwana, Spioenkop, Dundee, Ladysmith, Blood River - once blood-soaked battle sites are visited by pilgrims and enthusiasts recalling the secrets and sacrifice of the past. Walk with the leaders of days gone by - King Shaka, Cetshwayo, General Louis Botha, the Boer commandos, Winston Churchill and Mahatma…
South Africa's best in Adventure, Biological and Cultural diversity The uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, one of South Africa's prime ecotourist destinations and a World Heritage Site. In this awesome mountain range you can savour the ultimate freedom of great open spaces in a world of gigantic peaks and buttresses, of towering…

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