After revisiting our position in the Travel & Tourism industry, following the impact of the recent Soccer World Cup, we embarked on an expansion project to diversify, and be able to bring the international and local travel industry exciting, unique, and more focused offerings... Read More
Despite traditionally being a relatively low priority area for first-time visitors to South Africa, KwaZulu Natal, with it’s sub tropical climate and so many various highlights and eco-systems, it manages to cram in most of the things visitors come to South Africa to see. KwaZulu-Natal compromises of various regions: The South Coast -an area filled with sub-tropical bush and cane fields; The Midlands - an area known for it's scenic beauty, arts and crafts as well as traditional and historical sites; The Drakensberg - spectacular scenery with Majestic mountain peaks and lush valleys and the North Coast and Hluhluwe - game reserves with an abundance of wildlife and natural scenery. Known as the Kingdom of the Zulu, KwaZulu-Natal is a melting pot of African, European and Indian cultures. This province boasts two World Heritage Sites – the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park and the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park. The Beaches are fantastic, weather always warm and sunny, abundant game parks, rolling green hills, numerous sugar cane plantations and rich relics of the great battles in South African history.