KWAZULU NATAL

Now select a city or town in this province:

Amanzimtoti
Ashburton
Balgowan
Ballito
Bergville
Blythedale Beach
Bothas Hill
Clansthal
Drakensberg
Drakensburg
Dundee
Durban
Durban North
Empangeni
Eshowe
Estcourt
Eston
Gillitts
Greytown
Grosvernor
Harding
Hibberdene
Hillcrest
Hilton
Himeville
Hluhluwe
Howick
Ifafa beach
Ixopo
Kamberg
Kelso
Kloof
Kokstad
KwaMashu
Kwambonambi
La Lucia
Ladysmith
Leisure Bay
Lidgetton
Lions River
Margate
Matatiele
Melmoth
Mooi River
Mount Edgecombe
Mount Moreland
Msinga
Mtubatuba
Mtunzini
Mtwalume
Munster
Newcastle
Nongoma
Nottingham
Oslo Beach
Palm Beach
Pennington
Pietermaritzburg
Pinetown
Pongola
Port Edward
Port Shepstone
Port St Johns
Pumula
Queensburgh
Ramsgate
Richards Bay
Rosetta
Salt Rock
Scottburgh
Sea Park
Sheffield Beach
Shelly Beach
Sodwana
South Port
Southbroom
Southern Drakensberg
St . Michaels On Sea
St Lucia
Stanger
Trafalgar
Ulundi
Umdloti
Umhlanga Rocks
Umkomaas
Umtentweni
Umthunzini
Umzimkulu
Umzumbe
Underberg
Uvongo
Vryheid
Warner Beach
Westville
Winklespruit
Winston Park
Winterton
Zinkwazi Beach
Zululand

KWAZULU NATAL
The Kingdom of the Zulu - has it all. Bordered by the magnificent Drakensberg Mountains in the west and the warm Indian Ocean in the east this province has a diversity of cultures and history. Many of the South African War battles between 'Boer' and the English were fought in what has now become known as 'The Battlefields Route' and is is often visited by decendants of those who fought there. In addition it is the home of the proud Zulu nation. The magnificent beaches offer bathers and fishermen alike the very best with swimming all year round. The game reserves of St Lucia (a bird lover's paradise with its rich wetlands), Htluhluwe/Umfolozi (where white rhinos were saved from extinction) and Itala (a sanctuary for white and black rhino, elephant, buffalo, cheetah and leopard) are amongst the best in the country. Its major city, Durban, is a colorful place where a mosaic of different cultures cohabits in harmony. Durban is the busiest port in South Africa and Kwazulu-Natal is the second largest contributor to South Africa's GDP.

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