KwaZulu Natal Sight Seeing

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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Peer off the Pier

Where? Marine Parade, Durban
Numerous man-made piers separate the Durban North and South beaches of the Golden Mile. Fortuned fishing spots, the angling success of ever patient fishermen is somehow outdone by the imaginary oversized catch ...

Langalibalele Pass hike

Where? Giants Castle
Start: Giant's Castle camp Finish: Giant's Castle camp Duration: 6.5 km, roughly 5 hours Fitness: moderate Our tip: always remember seasonal clothing as the 'berg can change seasons without warning The ...

Port Edward Lighthouse

Where? Port Edard
The Port Edward lighthouse was established in 1968 and rebuilt in 1999. As an operational lighthouse it is a vital part of the lighthouse network with two beams. The light is half a million candlewatts in ...

Shri Vishnu Temple

Where? Pietermaritzburg
At the lower end of Langalibalele (Longmarket) Street, the Vishnu Temple is one of three Hindu temples found fairly close together. It is well over 100 years old and caters for the Hindi-speaking Hindus who ...

Vetch's Pier

Where? Durban Point Waterfront
Durban's beachfront may have undertaken itself as 'The Golden Mile' but it has understated itself under blue skies that reflect this Indian Ocean stretch for over four golden miles from the mouth of the Umgeni ...

Newcastle Armoury

Where? Newcastle
Newcastle made the decision to build an Armoury during the 1870’s when there was a threat of war against Zululand. The Armoury was built and provided a home for local volunteers and those in service. It is ...

Umgeni Steam Train Trip

Where? Kloof
If you're running out of steam on your holiday, take it easy at a train window while still taking in the country, it's countryside and it's history on one of South Africa's oldest steam trains. Steam puffs as ...

Visit the One O' Clock Gun

Where? Pietermaritzburg
If you are walking through the City of Pietermaritzburg near midday you may hear the resounding noise of the one O’clock gun. As the sound of the blast runs through your entire body, not only are you made ...

Durban's Ricksha bus

Where? Durban
Cape Town and Johannesburg each have their own version of the hop-on-hop-off city sightseeing bus. Durban's equivalent is the Ricksha bus (not spelt 'Rickshaw', to prevent any confusion with the Hong Kong ...

Sani Pass Birding

Where? Sani Pass
Birding Tours up the Sani Pass or in the surrounding Forest Mist belt areas for specials such as Drakensberg Rockjumper, Drakensberg Siskins, Cape Parrots and the rare Blue Swallows. Rock Art Hikes with ...

Newcastle Town Hall

Where? Newcastle
Newcastle commenced building their town hall in 1897 in honour of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubliee. Once building was completed in 1899, the town’s people started a collection for a clock to be added to the ...

Ballito Boardwalk

Where? Ballito
Bring your enthusiasm, energy, binoculars and your camera to Ballito Boardwalk. Not only can you enjoy a fantastic walk along the lengthy boardwalk but there is a more challenging hike to Salt Rock where you ...

Rorke's Drift Horseback Safaris

Where? Rorkes Drift
There is an undeniable sense of magic in the African bush. It is about more than just the crisp air on your face or the warm sunshine on your shoulders. This is Africa. Raw, untouched, and magnificent in the ...

Ballito North to Salt Rock Trail

Where? Ballito
The KwaZulu-Natal coastline is rugged in places, pristine in others. It is sometimes wild, sometimes welcoming, and always spectacularly beautiful. The trail that winds along the beach from Ballito North to ...

Rickshaw Ride along the Beachfront

Where? Durban Beachfront
There are only about twenty registered rickshaw-pullers in Durban. They are well known for their magnificent head-dresses adorned with beads and other decorations. This is a great way to get around and ...

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