Kwazulu Natal Province
It is situated on the east coast of South Africa and its shores are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Welcome to the Zulu Kingdom or the South African province of KwaZulu enticing, spectacular and fascinating multi-cultural showpiece destination flanked by warm Indian Ocean and soaring peaks.
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About KwaZulu Natal Province Welcome to the Zulu Kingdom or the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal: enticing, spectacular and fascinating multi-cultural showpiece destination flanked by wIndian Ocean and soaring peaks. Kwazulu Natal Province
KwaZulu-Natal: the coastal iSimangaliso (Greater St Lucia) Wetland Park World Heritage Site - due east of pivotal landmarks in Zulu history. KwaZulu-Natal: the mountainous 'Barrier of Spears' uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site, adorned with Stone Age cave paintings. KwaZulu-Natal: realm of the legendary Zulu kings and steeped in living Zulu tradition. KwaZulu-Natal: timeless Indian culture in the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi. KwaZulu-Natal: Colonial reminders shoulder-to-shoulder with icons of democracy. KwaZulu-Natal: the gateway city of Durban pulsating and inviting fusion of East, West and Zulu motifs overlooking Africa's busiest picture-postcard seaport. KwaZulu-Natal: expansive golden beaches interspersed with idyllic getaway coves.
KwaZulu-Natal: magnet for thrill-seekers in the great outdoors from wave riders to hang-gliders, and golfers to mountain bikers. KwaZulu-Natal South Coast: nature's annual extravaganza the unforgettable cast-of-millions Sardine Run. KwaZulu-Natal North Coast: year-round frolicking dolphins plus majestic seasonal whale migrations. KwaZulu-Natal Elephant Coast: Big Five nature reserves of international repute amid Zulu customs in KwaZulu-Natal Zululand unbroken from antiquity.
KwaZulu-Natal Midlands: history-filled towns leading to adventure sports and game viewing, along with outlets for unique arts and crafts. KwaZulu-Natal: Battlefields of yesteryear where Zulu, Boer and British now make pilgrimages of reconciliation. KwaZulu-Natal: hotbed of live performance creativity - from progressive theatre to multi-genre music. KwaZulu-Natal:
South Africa’s domestic tourism leader, highly popular among visitors from throughout continental Africa and increasingly on the ‘must-see, must- do’ lists of discerning travelers. These travellers from all points of the globe seek and find a unique blend of sophistication, cultural diversity and excitement – in the most breathtaking setting imaginable.
Welcome to South Africa’s Zulu Kingdom: KwaZulu-Natal. It enjoys a warm, coastal climate with plenty of sunshine, quite a lot of humidity and a fair amount of light rainfall. This means that the terrain is green and plentiful and visitors can look forward to plenty of great weather.
The capital city of the Province is Durban and this colorful city enjoys a relaxed atmosphere with roughly 320 days of sunshine each year. Summer is between September and April and temperatures stay comfortable between 23º and 33º C during this time. January is considered the hottest month of the year!
The subtropical climate experienced in Durban can be found in much of the province! If you find that the humidity is just too much for you to handle, you can move inland to the Zululand and Thukela regions where the humidity lesions but the weather still stays warm.
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