Experience awe-inspiring world heritage sites such as the coastal iSimangaliso (Greater St Lucia) Wetland Park and the mountainous ‘Barrier of Spears’ in Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park.
KwaZulu-Natal is a marvelous destination, as it offers so many unique attractions and natural regions within relative close proximity to one another. The province is also home to a great number of historical sites and battlefields spanning several conflicts, not least being the Anglo-Boer and Anglo-Zulu wars. From Blood River to Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift, history buffs are sure to find a visit to KwaZulu-Natal an enriching experience
The largest part of the Drakensberg, South Africa’s only great mountain range, lies in KwaZulu-Natal. The area offers many outdoor pursuits, including golf, horse riding, fly fishing and a host of other activities. It is an ideal destination to visit with family, as activities abound for both old and young. The high elevation ensures a malaria-free environment.
Lovers of sun, sand and sea will find KwaZulu-Natal’s seemingly endless stretch of coastline a very inviting beach vacation destination. The many hotels and guest houses of varying levels and price ranges will ensure that you are able to pick a holiday that suits your specific budget.
South Africa destinations
Botswana is the ultimate safari destination. Here you will experience a traditional big game wildlife safari in one of Botswana’s top destinations. Wildlife and guiding are superb and the service is second to none. Botswana offers a stunning safari experience. The evergreen jewel of the Okavango Delta is at the heart of Botswana’s safari attractions, flanked in the east by the rolling savannah of the Savuti and the teeming elephant paradise of the Chobe.
Rwanda has two rainy seasons: the first is from around February to June and the second from September through December. These are separated by two dry seasons: June to September, during which there is often no rainfall at all, and a shorter dry period from December to February. Typically the west and North-west of Rwanda receives more rainfall annually than the South-east and east of the country.