It’s a fun spot, with restaurants, pavement cafés, pubs and clubs. Not far inland are the hills and valleys of the battlefield sites, where ferocious wars took place between the British, the Boers and the Zulus.Tour guides tell chilling, spellbinding stories of the battles of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift.Historical buildings, museums, memorials and graveyards are the remnants of those bloody times.The razor-toothed Drakensberg Mountains snake their way for 200km through the western side of the province.Choose from a wide range of discount hotels and discount hotel deals online.Book the one that suits you best and get secured reservations.The Zulu tribe under the leadership of Shaka Zulu bonded the Nguni tribes together forming the most powerful military force in Africa.Events, Landmarks, Activities: The largest musical event in Kwa Zulu Natal is the Splashy Fen which is held every Easter weekend.
Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, Kwa Zulu-Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures.
The climate of Kwa Zulu Natal is varied because of its complex topography.
The coastal area experiences a subtropical climate while the inland regions feature a colder weather.
The Giant's Castle Game Reserve is home to an incredible 800 flowering species as well as a number of raptor species includining the majestic Bearded Vulture.
Visitors have the opportunity to photograph these beautiful birds at the vulture hides located throughout the Reserve.