KwaZulu Natal Parks & Gardens

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

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Mitchell Park & Jameson Park

Where? Morningside, Durban
Mature trees shade innocent dreams on a leisurely laze at Mitchell Park. The lawn lends itself to family picnics and solo siestas with the occasional musical accompaniment from the band rotunda. Flowerbeds ...

Visit the Durban Botanical Gardens

Where? Durban
The Durban Botanic Gardens (DBG) traces its origins to colonial times, when it was founded in 1849 for the introduction and trial of potentially useful commercial crops. The gardens later developed ...

Bellevue Park

Where? Ramsgate
Bellevue Park in Ramsgate is a Natural Heritage Site and the area has been rehabilitated to provide a living resource in which to encourage environmental education. The Park is secure and safe (the park is ...

Green Hub

Where? Morningside
If you are looking for fun things to do in Durban beyond the beach experience then head to the Green Hub. Based at the Blue Lagoon in Durban, the Green Hub connects people with nature. It is one of the ...

Wylie Park

Where? Pietermaritzburg
Wylie Park in Wembley, Pietermaritzburg is a stunning eight hectare park situated on a high peak with spectacular views over the city. Here you can talk a nice stroll through the gardens admiring the Azaleas, ...

Tea at Rosehurst Garden

Where? Pietermaritzburg
Located at 239 Boom Street in Pietermaritzburg is a converted Victorian Cottage called Rosehurst. The gorgeous garden was established almost thirty years ago and is influenced by the garden at Sissinghurst ...

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