Kwazulu-Natal Coastline - Sun & Sand
South Africa's eastern coastline boasts many beautiful, subtropical beaches. The balmy Indian Ocean waters and year-round sunshine, coupled with stunning beaches and excellent fishing and diving, make this an alluring destination.
The ever-popular city of Durban, often called the Miami Beach of South Africa, has a 6 km (four mile) beachfront called the Golden Mile. The North Coast, with its remote, rugged beaches, stretches out in one direct from the city, while the South Coast features beautiful spots like Margate and Port Edward. In the far north is the iSimangaliso / Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, the country's first World Heritage Site and South Africa's own Okavango Delta.
- Abundant wildlife and over 500 bird species at St Lucia
- Close proximity to some of the country's top Big Five game reserves and some of the world's best scuba diving sites at Sodwana Bay
- Durban, with its rich mix of Zulu, Indian and colonial cultures
- Quaint towns and lovely holiday resorts
- World-class golf courses
- See the annual Sardine Run of millions of migrating fish
From R 2,415
Step back in time in this elegant and historic hotel, situated in KwaZulu-Natal’s vibrant town of Umhlanga. The Oyster Box exudes an old-world charm that carries through to its décor and gracious hospitality. Guests can also pamper themselves at The Oyster Box Spa.
From R 26,010 To R 31,655 per person sharing
Explore South Africa's past in the historic rolling hills of KwaZulu-Natal, encounter the Big Five at a private game reserve and refresh body and mind on dazzling stretches of sandy beaches - a not to be missed combination.
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