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TThe KwaZulu-Natal South Coast oozes laid-back beach charm. Secluded coves, lagoons and beach walks provide a relaxing way to enjoy its offerings. However, this slow pace is heightened significantly by its collection of adventure activities, from surfing the warm Indian Ocean to bungee jumping at the magnificent Oribi Gorge.

The South Coast stretches from Durban, all the way south to the start of the Eastern Cape's Wild Coast. Margate, Port Shepstone, Scottburgh, Hibberdene, Uvongo and Ramsgate are some of the towns that make up the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. Its beautiful beaches are the main highlight, although golfing and adventure destinations also feature prominently among the popular attractions.

Did You Know?
AAn extraordinary natural phenomenon that is witnessed annually on the KwaZulu-Natal coast, during late autumn or early winter, is the Sardine Run.

TThe region is blessed with pristine beaches and boasts Blue Flag beaches at Margate, Marina/San Lameer, Ramsgate and Trafalgar. Blue Flag beaches are those that have achieved excellence in water quality and environmental education and adhere to international safety standards.

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