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KwaZulu-Natal, on the shores of the warm Indian Ocean, is a varied region of subtropical coastline, savannah and the towering Drakensberg Mountains. Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu-Natal is in fact a cosmopolitan mix of African, Indian, and European cultures. The focal point of this mix of ethnicities is the bustling city of Durban, South Africa's busiest port, and one of the ten largest on Earth. Be sure to visit Grey Street for a sample of this fascinating brew.
ClimateKnown as a province where you can experience an eternal summer, KwaZulu-Natal has a tropical climate with generous rainfall in the summer months. It can get very hot and humid along the coastline in the Christmas holiday season, although temperatures are milder inland.
AttractionsDurban is the hub of KwaZulu-Natal’s business and industry, but with luxury hotels along the beachfront, Durban is often referred to as South Africa’s Miami. Some of South Africa’s best beaches are found along this coastline, with world famous names such as Umhlanga Rocks, Balito, Shaka’s Rock and Margate all offering safe swimming and fantastic surfing possibilities.
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