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The Alpine Heath Resort
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The adventure capital located in the heart of the Drakensberg, the stunning Alpine Heath Resort Drakensberg is well known as a premier resort destination in South Africa....

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Distance from Airport: 250 Distance from City Centre:50
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4 Umhlanga Apartments 2063
Umhlanga Apartments
No. of Rooms: 10

KwaZulu Natal has a host of sights to see and activities to enjoy, Umhlanga is the perfect base from which to explore all this province has to offer....

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Distance from Airport: 17 km Distance from City Centre:2 km
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KwaZulu-Natal Guide


Quick Facts: KwaZulu-Natal

Hiking and Mountain biking

Drakensberg Mountains

White sandy beaches: Umhlanga

Gateway shopping centre – largest shopping centre in Africa


Valley of 1000 Hills

Sardine Run

Dolphin Coast

Introducing KwaZulu-Natal

KwaZulu Natal is one of the smaller provinces in South Africa but has on offer, in one province what the rest of the provinces share. It has a beautiful stretch of coastline; game reserves can be found further inland and to the west are the impressive Drakensburg Mountains and the Midlands. Boasting two World Heritage sites, the Drakensberg Mountains and the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, it is no wonder that this is one of the country’s most popular destinations.

The warm Indian Ocean means that the beaches are not only beautiful but also warm enough to swim in and enjoy a host of activities like dolphin watching, fishing and surfing. Not only does the province have a plethora of outdoor activities and sights it also has the largest shopping mall in Africa, the Gateway which not only has shops but also a skatepark, a theme park and the world’s highest rock climbing wall. KwaZulu Natal is really a one-stop province that caters to the needs of every traveler.

R32;The coastline of KwaZulu Natal provides ample opportunities to explore the marine life and soak up the African sun. The Elephant coast includes Kozi Beach, Sodwana Bay, St Lucia and the St Lucia Wetlands Park and boasts long stretches of white sandy beaches with tidal pools to explore and during October, humpback whales can be spotted here.

The Dolphin Coast is perfectly suited to swimming, scuba diving and fishing and includes Ballito, Shakas Rock and Sheffield Beach. The popular South coast sees holiday makers flocking to its shores each year because of its warm waters and stunning beaches. Whatever kind of beach you are looking for, the 600km coastline of KwaZulu Natal will have it.

The vegetation of this province is as varied as its list of attractions. There are the mountains on the one side and the subtropical coastline on the other with grassland savannahs in the middle as well as an area of indigenous forest along the coast. All of this makes KwaZulu/Natal one of South Africa’s prettiest provinces.

Summers in KwaZulu/Natal can get very hot and humid with the average temperature of summer around 28C, most of the regions rain is received during summer. The winters do not get particularly cold, with temperatures averaging around 23C for the winter months. The higher lying areas, however, can experience low temperatures and snow can often be seen on the Drakensburg Mountains.

Some of the must see stops when visiting KwaZulu Natal:

  • UShaka Marine World
  • Midlands Meander
  • St Lucia Wetlands
  • Hluhluwe National Park
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The Alpine Heath Resort

The Alpine Heath Resort

Address: Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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Umhlanga Apartments

Umhlanga Apartments

Address: Umhlanga, North Coast, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

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