The Kingdom of the Zulu
Within 160 km the topography ranges from sea level to over 3000m in the Drakensberg, with moisture catching escarpments deeply incised by more rivers than any comparable area in southern Africa.
KwaZulu-Natal introduces visitors to an exciting world of natural splendour. This is your opportunity to discover mountain grandeur and scenic expanses of sparkling water, valley bushveld and densely wooded riverine gorges, cascading waterfalls and forested pathways, acacia thornveld and ancient tracks through the wilderness, forested dunes and brilliant coral reefs.
KwaZulu-Natal’s diverse protected areas and natural sanctuaries allow you to explore unique big-game wildlife areas, as well as numerous cultural, historical, wetlands, alpine and marine treasures with a wide range of accommodation facilities and guest activities on offer.
No matter how good HD TV gets or how soothing David Attenborough’s voice is, nothing
can replace the delight of seeing animals in the wild.