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KKwaZulu-Natal culture has been moulded by all periods of history. See ancient San artworks at the Rock Art Centre; tour the sites of infamous battles between the Zulus, Dutch and British; enjoy a Zulu reed dance or visiting a local homestead. A holiday to this region of South Africa gives you a fantastic opportunity to get a real insight into the fascinating culture of KwaZulu-Natal.

The Battlefields Route

The KwaZulu-Natal Battlefields area bears testament to the ferocious wars between the British, Boers and mighty Zulu nation that took place here over 120 years ago. Visit the sites and hear the chilling stories of some of the world’s bloodiest battles, including the Battles of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift.

The uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park

The central part of the Drakensberg Mountain Range has been named a World Heritage Site in recognition of its natural magnificence. Massive basalt buttresses and glowing sandstone cliffs reach 3000km in height and stretch for 150km in length.

Did You Know?
TTraditional Zulu beer is called isalababa, meaning “goodbye father”, implying that guests must leave their host because his beer cannot be enjoyed.

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