KwaZulu-Natal is one of the few provinces in South Africa that has been blessed with picturesque mountains, the glistening sea and superb game reserves. Living within this green, vibrant province you will be able to enjoy many adventures within it.
Keeping up with an active and enjoyable lifestyle is important, and what better way to approach this lifestyle than taking the opportunity to travel? To travel after retirement is a longing desire for quite a few people globally. Although the days of work commitments and parenting responsibilities have passed, the cost of travelling abroad can often prevent those from realising these desires.
So, why not explore the wonders of KwaZulu-Natal? The province holds 22 game reserves, is home to the famous Drakensberg mountains, has an endless stretch of pristine beaches from the South Coast through to the North, and prides itself on the awe-inspiring world heritage sites and museums.
There are so many different experiences you can enjoy, whether you want to go out for the day, spend a weekend away or truly getaway for a week. Explore the world heritage sites such as the coastal iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the mountainous ‘Barrier of Spears’ in Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park. Witness dolphins and whales at one of the many Blue Flag beaches, while staying over at one of the myriad of coastal accommodations. Throw on your activewear and spend the day hiking the Giba Gorge trail. Sip on some wine at the Midlands wine farms, get a bunch of friends and explore the craft coffee or beer tours. Share invaluable moments observing South Africa’s precious wildlife in one of the game reserves.
The places to travel around and explore in KwaZulu-Natal proves that extraordinary experiences are right on your doorstep. Take the time enjoy what the beautiful and historical setting of KwaZulu-Natal has to offer.