KwaZulu Natal Nature Reserves

Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. Show on Map

Destinations in KwaZulu Natal


Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk

Where? Eshowe
South Africa and its subtropical province of KwaZulu-Natal are both testimony to the beauty and profusion of natural treasures to be found within the borders of one country. This province is home to the Dlinza ...

Visit the iLanda Wilds Reserve

Where? Amanzimtoti
The reserve is currently undergoing major restoration in order to preserve its natural beauty as well as its historical and cultural importance. The Ilanda Wilds Nature Reserve is a small 14 ha nature ...

Minerva Museum and Private Nature Reserve

Where? Richmond
The Minerva Museum is a fascinating place - a treasure trove of interesting odds and ends! From an iron lung to a potato sorter, an aeroplane engine to a candy floss machine, the museum is home to all sorts of ...

Red Desert Nature Conservation Area

Where? Port Edward
The Red Desert is the smallest desert in the world, and is situated in the otherwise tropical greenery of Port Edward, near Margate. At just 200 metres wide, the rich red of this arid landscape stands out ...

Explore the Hawaan Forest

Where? Umhlanga
This beautiful forest is a unique woodland area bounded by the Ohlanga River and the sea. After centuries it still remains unspoiled and is home to a large number of animals and birds. The Hawaan Forest ...

Visit the Bluff Nature Reserve

Where? Bluff
The small Bluff Nature Reserve is 45 ha in extent and consists of a large pan and adjacent forest. The pan is a home and a refuge for many water birds and waders. Two bird hides are sited along the edge of ...

Walking Trails in Mpenjati Reserve

Where? Palm Beach
The South Coast of KwaZulu Natal has several nature reserves with dense forest and magnificent mountains for the avid hiker to explore; the Mpenjati Nature Reserve however offers hikers an opportunity to enjoy ...

Day Trails in the Umtamvuna Nature Reserve

Where? Port Edward
For the adventurous hiker and trail walker visiting the Umtamvuna Nature Reserve which is 8km from Port Edward on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal offers a number of trails with varying difficulty and ...

Seaton Park

Where? Durban North
While Seaton Park is small, at just six hectares, it certainly is pretty. It is a welcome getaway from the city centre of Durban (which is a mere 15 minute drive away) and offers its guests the relaxing ...

Spend a day at the Midmar Dam

Where? Howick
Day visitors to the Midmar Dam will find shady picnic spots along the shoreline of the dam and braai (barbecue) facilities that make picnicking here such a pleasure. Water sports abound, swimming is fun for ...

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