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Discover KwaZulu-Natal’s new gems

KwaZulu-Natal is filled with a plethora of wonderful locations. Do you prefer the high mountains, golden beaches or lush greenery? With upgrades taking place, new additions and hidden spots being uncovered, KwaZulu-Natal never runs out of places to explore or things to do.


AmmaZulu Garden and Sculpture Precinct

Showcasing 5 galleries, 20 acres of garden and a coffee pavilion, the AmmaZulu Garden and Sculpture Precinct is a KwaZulu-Natal treasure for the creative nature lovers. The garden hosts an excess of 120 sculptures from both African and international artists. The gardens are located on Kloof Falls Road in Durban and also hosts informal spaces to relax and enjoy a light meal at the coffee pavilion.


New Durban promenade

Don’t let the chilly weather keep you away from the beach! With Durban being the warmest place to be all year-round, you can enjoy the 750m extension to the Durban promenade. Take a walk or hire a bike and experience the diverse cuisine and sea views along this stretch, which is now the longest beachfront promenade in Sub-Saharan Africa.



Within the heart of the Midlands Meander, Netherwood sits atop a hill across Nottingham Road. Netherwood features tranquil farmlands that present a peaceful experience, allowing you to slow down and enjoy the finer things in life. While Netherwood is an operating farm, it showcases different aspects to enjoy. A few of the highlights at this spot are Blueberry Café, Fork ‘n Cleaver and Happy Days Brewery, overlooking the beautiful Drakensberg mountains.

KwaZulu-Natal boasts ideal weather to enjoy most activities along the coast and inland. Take a short drive to discover these spots, whether you seek adventure or leisure, our province hosts it all.



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