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KWAZULU NATAL TOURS

The uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park is one of KwaZulu-Natal's two World Heritage Sites. This World Heritage Site is part of a much longer mountain range that stretches some 1,600 kilometres from South Africa.

Since they first hit South African shores the funky, modern design of the Segway transporter has held a fascination for the young and the young-at-heart. By taking a tour of the Moses Mabhida Stadium using this unique mode of transport, you'll be able to tick two boxes on your to-do list at once!

Since they first hit South African shores the funky, modern design of the Segway transporter has held a fascination for the young and the young-at-heart. By taking a tour of the Moses Mabhida Stadium using this unique mode of transport, you'll be able to tick two boxes on your to-do list at once!

Valley of a Thousand Hills is an exciting component of Durban and South Africa's province of KwaZulu-Natal - the Kingdom of the Zulu. The Valley of 1000 Hills is one of those few holiday destinations that has something for everyone. Unspoilt nature, wildlife, magnificent scenery, wining and dining, and warm country hospitality just a half an hour's drive from the centre of Durban. The area is named after the thousands of hills which tumble down to the mighty Umgeni River, which flows from the distant Drakensberg Mountains to the warm inviting Indian Ocean.

On 5 August 1962, police waved down a car on a lonely country road in KwaZulu-Natal. At the wheel was Nelson Mandela, posing as a chauffeur, and his arrest was the catalyst for a series of trials, culminating in the Rivonia Treason Trial that would ultimately see him spend 27 years in prison. Today this site is marked by an impressive sculpture in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.