KwaZulu Natal (or ‘place of Zulus’), has more of the feeling of ‘real Africa, and has arguably the richest history of any of the provinces of South Africa, having been the most fought by the Boers, the British and the Zulus during almost the entire 19th century.
Its location, fringing the Indian Ocean, endows KwaZulu Natal with a sub-tropical climate with warm but wet summers, and dry sunny winters. Inland from Durban the country opens out into the rolling hills of the Midlands, rising up to the Drakensberg Mountains and the land-locked nation of Lesotho.
There is so much to do in this province that you’ll never have time to be bored, whether playing on some of the hidden gems of courses, relaxing on a beach, listening to the stories of its colourful past or tasting the wonderful fusion cuisine offered. There’s something here for everyone.
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