Attractions in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
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Kwazulu-Natal Midlands Meander
Golf in Kwazulu-Natal
A meander of arts, crafts, hotels, bed & breakfasts and other along
the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, South Africa. Situated between Hilton, a
quaint village just north of Pietermaritzburg, and Hidcote, a farming
hamlet outside Mooi River, the Midlands Meander extends from Rietvlei
and Karkloof in the east, to the lush Dargle Valley and Fort Nottingham
in the west of Kwazulu-Natal. An advantage to visitors in the area is the good road infrastructure,
which takes travellers through scenic beauty while linking Meander outlets
and picturesque villages.
You will find many excellent golf courses in and around Kwazulu-Natal. For the
golf lover, playing golf is the best way to experience the natural beauty
of an area. Go on a golf tour and play on the best courses in the Kwazulu-Natal
area while at the same time visiting some of the best tourist attractions
the area has to offer. For more information on golf tours in Kwazulu-Nata visit
African Golf Tours website.
Visit the snake park for lectures and venom-milking demonstrations.
The park is inhabited by a host of South African and exotic snake species.
The park places a strong emphasis on education and the important role
snakes play in their natural environment.
The dam is nestled at the bottom of the picturesque Valley of a Thousand
Hills in Kwazulu-Natal. The road to the dam winds down the side of the Valley through
scenic countryside. The road is effectively a cul de sac but there is
a dirt road at the dam that will take you to Wartburg. The Dam is being
developed as a 3500ha wildlife reserve and currently houses zebra, impala
and duiker. You can go on sundowner cruises on the dam. There are toilets,
picnic and braai facilities at the dam as well as a conference centre.
Valley of a Thousand Hills
Only thirty five kilometers west of Durban on the N3, the Thousand Hills
is a place of discovery and exploration. The spectacular Valley of a
Thousand Hills is conveniently situated on the old road between Pietermaritzburg
and Durban in Kwazulu-Natal. Boasting two Zulu cultural villages, Izintaba and Phezulu
Assagay Safari Park which have shows running seven days a week. Isithumba
also offers overnight stays, here you could experience the adventure
of the Zulu culture and tradition.