Known for its melting pot of cultures, beautiful coastlines, the Big 5 and spectacular mountain ranges, South Africa, with its first-world infrastructure and excellent hotels and restaurants has become a major tourist destination for people of all nationalities.
One of the nine provinces, KwaZulu-Natal is situated on the eastern seaboard of the country and epitomises all that South Africa has to offer with the additional benefit of the warm Indian Ocean and boasting an average of 320 sunny days a year. The climate alone is a major draw-card for conference delegates, tourists and sports enthusiasts.
Whether spending a relaxing day dolphin and whale spotting off one of our pristine, golden beaches or game viewing at Hluhluwe-Imfolozi game reserve, or hiking to breath-taking waterfalls in the renowned Drakensberg Mountains, KwaZulu-Natal offers it all.
Durban, the hub of KwaZulu-Natal and one of the largest cities in South Africa, captures the heart of many with its buzzing, vibrant atmosphere and warm hospitality. Attractions in and around the city include the impressive Moses Mabhida Stadium, uShaka Marine World, a variety of cultural markets and restaurants, upmarket shopping centers and world-class golf courses, all of which combine to make Durban a must visit destination.