KwaZulu-Natal - Zululand
KwaZulu-Natal Zululand Travel Directory
Zululand – a vast land of pristine lakes and coastlines, emerald forests and wild bush - a land of exquisite beauty and incredible diversity. The sheer majesty of Zululand will take your breath away. Under the hot African sun, the cobalt blue Indian Ocean, mangrove swamps and limpid lagoons give way to rolling green hills and indigenous forests which shimmer in the distance before they reach the Drakensberg Mountains. All within the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa.
There are numerous historical sites like the famous ruins of Umgungundlovu, where Dingane was king of the Zulus. KwaGqokli Hill, where three battles took place that established King Shaka as the ruling power.
The Zululand Birding Route, which has over 650 species of birds, offers an incredible diversity of bird species, for the birding enthusiast. There are also dozens of nature and game reserves in this region, ranging from coastal and sub-tropical forested reserves along the coast to game reserves in authentic bush kwaGqokli Hill settings further north.
Zululand, the heart and pulse of the Zulu Kingdom.
Activities in Zululand
Among birding, there is a wide variety of activities to do. There is something to please everyone in the family! Please see our activity directory for more information.
Accommodation in Zululand
There is a wide variety of visitor accommodation options that are available from guest houses to self-catering cottages, bed and breakfasts and much more. Please view our accommodation directory for more information on the accommodation in the area.
For information on the businesses you can find in Zululand, KwaZulu-Natal, please view our business directory.
Zululand offers a variety of restaurants to suit every taste.