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Durban & KwaZulu-Natal

Washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, Durban has been a favourite holiday spot for South Africans for many years. With miles of golden beach, theme parks and attractions, it draws people year round.

The city is a fascinating mix of cultures, with the largest Indian population outside of India and some great restaurants. It's also a great base for exploring the mountains, beaches and battlefields of Kwazulu-Natal.

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Benjamin Hotel

A charming boutique hotel spread across several converted Victorian style buildings in the Morningside suburb of Durban. With its Florida Road location you have a large selection of restaurants and bars just a short walk away

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£47 pp

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Goble Palms

Located in the Morningside area of Durban this beautiful Edwardian style guest house is positioned on a ridge overlooking the sea. Whilst not out exploring the region’s many attractions relax in one of the lounges or in the English style pub.

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£48 pp

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Protea Hotel - Umhlanga

Centrally located in the village of Umhlanga Rocks just 20 kms to the north of Durban and convenient for the airport. The hotel is just few minutes walk to the beach and offers a good standard of accommodation within easy reach of the areas attractions.

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£59 pp

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Protea Edward

A heritage hotel that retains much of its Victorian charm, the Protea Edward has played host to presidents and movie stars since opening in 1911. With its great location on Durban’s Golden Mile, the beach is just across the road as well as ‘Funworld’ - a small theme park.

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£59 pp

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Southern Sun Maharani

The hotel sits in the heart of the Golden Mile on popular North Beach, just across the road from the fantastic golden sands. Along the promenade you will find lots of café and bars as well as Ushaka Marine World.

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£62 pp

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Durban & KwaZulu-Natal

Washed by the balmy waters of the Indian Ocean, Durban has been a favourite holiday spot for South Africans for many years. With long stretches of golden sandy beach and all manner of entertainment, it's not hard to see why South Africans have made this their number one holiday destination.

The cosmopolitan city of Durban has much more to offer than simply golden beaches and amusement parks. Its large Indian population has brought a unique influence to the local culture and cuisine. For nightlife and entertainment head up to Florida Road where you will find a whole array or restaurants and bars, from sushi to steaks - you can truly dine your way around the world.

Further up the Indian Ocean coast is the World Heritage listed St. Lucia Wetlands Park, a vast area of waterways, forests and spectacular dunes. The lovely seaside resort of St Lucia has fine beaches and makes a great base for exploring the Wetlands or for a game drive around the beautiful Hluhluwe-Imfolozi National Park nearby, home to lion, cheetah, elephant, rhino, zebra and more, plus scores of native bird species.

Inland from Hluhluwe, KwaZulu-Natal offers some of the most stunning scenery in South Africa, with the round houses of the Zulu people scattered amongst the hills. At its centre are the 'Battlefields', rolling grasslands that saw the historic conflict between the British, Zulu and Boer armies a hundred years ago. There are visitor centres to visit and guided tours are available.

The towering peaks of the Drakensburg Mountains form the western boundary of the province and offer cooler air with some superb walking and horse riding in the well maintained National Parks.


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