Battlefields

The battles fought in the rolling hills and valleys of northern KwaZulu-Natal some 120 years ago changed the course of South African history, and still today, the area now known as the ''Battlefields'' seems to echo with the heroic and often tragic deeds of the past.
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Drakensberg

The uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park is one of KwaZulu-Natal's two World Heritage Sites. This World Heritage Site is part of a much longer mountain range that stretches some 1,600 kilometres from South Africa's northernmost provinces to the Eastern Cape.
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DURBAN

There is no city in South Africa quite like Durban. Because of its subtropical coastal climate, warm seas, safe swimming beaches, its variety of restaurants and nightlife and many sporting facilities, Durban has always been a holiday city, popular with both domestic and international visitors.
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nORTH cOAST

Up the coast out of Durban towards Mozambique, the big N2 freeway bypasses some of the prettiest beaches in KwaZulu-Natal. So, take the smaller coastal road, such as the M4, to Sibaya Casino, Umdloti, King Shaka International Airport & the beautiful Zimbali estate & golf course.
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eLEPHANT cOAST

The Elephant Coast borders Mozambique in the north, Swaziland and the Lubombo Mountains in the north west, the Indian Ocean to the east and ends roughly at the mouth of the Imfolozi River near St Lucia village in the south.
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ZULULAND

No culture is static, especially in Africa where traditional life is constantly under threat from modernisation. Despite this, in the rural area of KwaZulu-Natal generally known as Zululand, many cultural practices remain intact & there are sites of great cultural significance to be explored.
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Pietermaritzburg & Midlands

Situated some 80 kilometres from the coast, Pietermaritzburg is the capital of KwaZulu-Natal with many landmark colonial buildings, such as the famous red-brick City Hall and the old Supreme Court building, now the outstanding Tatham Art Gallery, gracing its busy streets.
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South Coast

KZN's south coast, with its string of small village, from Port Edward in the south to Amanzimtoti in the north, and its pretty beaches and warm sea, has always been one of South Africa's favourite year-round holiday destinations.
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