Welcome to the Kingdom of the mighty Zulu people. KwaZulu-Natal conjures up images of expansive golden beaches, verdant forests, dramatic mountain ranges, a colourful melange of cultures and a warm, sub-tropical setting. Flanked by the Indian Ocean coastline and Drakensberg Mountain Range on either side, KwaZulu-Natal is also home to several nature reserves — ... More>of which two are World Heritage sites. From beautiful natural scenery to epic historical roots and a rich cultural diversity, KwaZulu-Natal has much to offer. It is the realm of legendary Zulu kings — steeped in rich Zulu traditions. It also has a vast Indian community following in the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi, together with Colonial reminders of an era when it was called the last British Outpost — all of which today stand shoulder-to-shoulder with icons of democracy. The province is as rich in natural resources as it is a magnet for thrill-seeking tourists, from surfing and hang-gliding to golfing, fishing, hiking, mountain-biking and wildlife excursions. At the same time if offers essential modern-day delights like wonderful dining and shopping experiences, together with ample doses of performing arts, entertainment and culture. Altogether, a fusion of elements that make it a holiday destination to experience at least once in a lifetime.