• The Karkloof Forest is situated in the Karkloof Nature Reserve, 22 km north of Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. This is a large (936ha) Mistbelt Forest containing Yellowwoods (Afrocarpus falcatus, Podocarpus latifolius and Podocarpus he...
  • Howick Falls is a waterfall in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. The waterfall is approximately 95 m in height (310 feet) and lies on the Umgeni River. The Zulu people called the falls KwaNogqaza, which means “Place of the...
  • Midmar Dam is a dam and recreation area near Pietermaritzburg (near Howick), South Africa. Boating, swimming, waterskiing, picnicing, and fishing are popular pastimes at Midmar Dam. Each year, the Midmar Mile swimming race is held there, wh...
  • KwaZulu-Natal Museum is a popular tourist and educational amenity and acclaimed centre of scholarly research, offers thousands of visitors a feast of attractive, modern and user friendly displays. The KZN Museum is dedicated to increasing u...
  • Parking bays for Tatham Art Gallery visitors are available in front of the gallery. Tatham Art Gallery The Tatham Art Gallery, one of the major art museums in South Africa, dates back to 1903. Situated in Pietermaritzburg, the capital of Kw...
  • Oribi Gorge is a canyon in southern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, just west of Port Shepstone, which itself is 120 km south of Durban. Oribi Gorge, cut by the Mzimkulwana river, is the eastern gorge of two gorges that cut through the Oribi F...
  • The wide-open spaces of Uvongo Beach make it an extremely popular getaway. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast and, when you’re lying on its white sands and watching the natural waterfal...
  • Find your inner Zen at the Japanese Gardens in Durban. A gentle stroll through the oriental landscape soothes your city haste and balances an urban lifestyle. Much like life, numerous walking paths through the gardens cross and diverge with...
  • Brighton Beach is located on the Bluff area in Durban, KwaZulu Natal. It’s one of two main beaches in the area, the other being Ansteys Beach. The Bluff itself is one of Durban’s most recognisable landmarks with the Nelson Mande...
  • With it’s many rock pools, tidal pools, paddling pools and warm ocean, pub / restaurant a minutes walk away and the Bluff Country Club Golf Course, one couldn’t ask for more in a vacation where you don’t have to get in a c...
  • A little off the beaten track, Tweni Beach lies just 2km from the popular holiday hub of Port Shepstone. A safe beach with lifeguards on duty every day, Tweni beach features a unique little pool dubbed a “granny pool” by locals....