Zululand offers the best of two worlds – a wilderness area that stretches inland with endless rolling hills, meandering valleys and grassy plains teeming with wildlife and an idyllic coastline with the opportunity for ocean activities and whale watching. Catch the Big Five in their natural habitat from an open-vehicle on a game drive or guided walk, marvel at the incredible birdlife and explore Zulu culture.
Zululand offers a wide a range of accommodation options. There are luxury lodges, bush camps and log cabins, thatched huts and tented campsites. For even more adventurous overnight stays, there are treehouses, rock chalets and traditional Zulu huts – not to mention the house boats.
The uKhahlamba (meaning "Barrier of Spears") Drakensberg Park is the highest mountain range in southern Africa and displays dramatic, overpowering natural beauty. Home to 35 000 examples of San rock paintings, the Berg, as it is known by locals, is an area of rugged beauty which attracts thousands of travellers ever year. Between the Berg and Pietermaritzburg, the capital city of the province, lies the Midlands, an area which offers the visitor country flair amid stunning natural surroundings.We offer a provincial park accommodation, as well as private lodges, hotels and guest house accommodation.
An historic Victorian city visited by Gandhi, Mandela and Twain, home of the Comrades and Dusi Marathons, and offering interesting museums and art galleries, the scenic beauty of the Valley of 1000 Hills, waterfalls and a special style of country living. Full range of accommodation facilities.
This 'eco-tourism mecca' of the Zulu Kingdom offers visitors diving, snorkelling, fishing, kite surfing, horse riding, self-guided walking trails or guided walks and bird watching excursions. Night tours can also be arranged during December and January evenings offering visitors a unique opportunity to go turtle watching. The area benefits from an outstanding climate all year round and attracts numerous visitors, especially divers wanting to explore its many exciting coral reefs and other hidden treasures.
North and South Coast
A wide variety of accommodation available to enjoy the endless holiday opportunities and activities, from golfing to whale watching and kite surfing.
The Battlefields region of KwaZulu-Natal is steeped in history. The area has witnessed countless conflicts between the Zulu, Boer and British and many of the battle sites are world renowned. The Anglo-Zulu clashes at Isandlwana, Rorke’s Drift and eventually Ulundi are world famous and immortalised in films such as Zulu and Zulu Dawn. We offer lodge and guesthouse accommodation in this region.