KwaZulu Natal Blog Posts And Travel Topics
Explore South Africa's Vibrant Natal Region Via Blog Posts And Travel Topics
KwaZulu Natal is a vibrant, diverse and exciting region of South Africa. Whether you are looking for adventure, culture, history, exceptional wildlife, outstanding birdlife, or relaxing on Indian Ocean beach, there is something for everyone in KwaZulu Natal.
From the majestic Drakensberg Mountains, the unspoiled beaches of the Natal north coast, the Anglo-Boer and Zulu battlefields to the famed wildlife reserves of Zululand, this province has so much to offer visitors from all corners of the world.
The below blog posts will provide an overview of some great KwaZulu Natal travel topics, including attractions, activities and accommodation options. So join us as we explore one of South Africa’s most beautiful and diverse provinces!
Unforgettable Experiences To Enjoy In KwaZulu Natal
- Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift BattlefieldsWritten By Uyaphi.com
There are few other places on earth where you can visit a battlefield area and see exactly what the soldiers of 130 years ago observed.
The now-famous battles of Rorke’s Drift and Isandlwana Battlefields are two of those places and the fact that they are located in the vast and unspoilt beauty of Zululand adds to their allure...................
- Fugitives Drift ReviewWritten By Uyaphi.com
David Rattray is synonymous with Fugitives Drift. His love and hard work put this obscure corner of Zululand on the world map.
Initially, he pioneered the new tourism sector of historical tours in South Africa and then by attracting the great and good of this world including several members of the British Royal Family to this area who consequently were important in financing the influential David Rattray Foundation...................
- uShaka Marine World DurbanWritten By Uyaphi.com
Some of the most beautiful game reserves in South Africa are located in Kwazulu Natal, within a few hours' drive of the airport.
Coupled with the Drakensberg Mountain range and the tropical Indian Ocean coast, you have a pretty impressive list of sights to see and experience.
When it comes to Durban however, people have mostly avoided the city as of no particular interest for the family. Think again...................
- Comrades MarathonWritten By Uyaphi.com
After the Two Oceans and continuing our theme of running, on the 1st of June is the mother of all ultramarathon running in South Africa and the world, The Comrades Marathon.
This is a race of some pedigree and not only is it the oldest with it having begun in 1921 but it is also by far the largest with an average of 12000 runners competing annually...................