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Same as above. we live in KZN so it is a comfortable drive to get there....not far at all and with lots to see on route.
The weather, the beautiful scenery.
Loved Mtunzini and Hluhluwe.
Didn't visit many places.
Scenery, friendly people!
People there are very welcoming in Zululand.
More info about Zululand
The 14800km² of land in the northern corner of the Kwazulu-Natal Province of South Africa, and bordering the country of Swaziland, is known as Zululand. This lush green region is filled with dramatic scenery and resplendent game reserves. The area is rich in biodiversity and one of the few places where ancient tribal customs are still practiced and old livestock farming methods are employed.
Ecotourism and conservation are uppermost in the minds of the people that live here. Zululand has the province’s largest rhino population, always under threat of poaching, which prompted a visit by Prince Charles and Camilla in 2011 to discuss the issue with the reigning Zulu monarch, King Goodwill Zwelethini.
The capital Ulundi is where ceremonies important to Zulu culture take place and where the national monument Ondini, a royal residence once occupied by Zulu warrior king Cetshwayo, is located.
Expect to make new friends during your visit and leave with enduring... Show more
Often situated in exotic and outdoor locations, Bungalows offer a rustic, yet romantic form of accommodation for guests looking to get away from it all. Usually self-catering, guests can expect to find a fully functional kitchen, basic cooking and cleaning supplies and general bathroom amenities. There is often a place for some outdoor braaing, and to simply sit and take in the surrounding scenery. Bungalows are ideal for couples, small - medium groups of friends and families.