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Hadeda House Backpackers

8 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 5 rooms

Hadeda House Backpackers offers comfortable and affordable accommodation to guests visiting the seaside suburb of Durban North. The house...
from R300
per night for 2 guests

Kosi Bay Lodge

16 Reviews
Sleeps 202 in 26 rooms

Kosi Bay Lodge is perfectly situated for guests who want to base themselves in the heart of this pristine area and further explore the...
from R430
per night for 2 guests

Hluhluwe Backpackers

25 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Hluhluwe Backpackers is set up in a very peaceful environment, surrounded only by a few Zulu huts in a distance and the hills of the...
from R350
per night for 2 guests

Monzi Safari Backpackers

1 Review
Sleeps 34 in 28 rooms

Monzi Safaris Backpackers is situated in the little leafy town of St Lucia. The backpackers has an array of accommodation, there are three...
from R172
per night for 2 guests

Fels Retreat

Sleeps 44 in 14 rooms

Fels Retreat is situated in the heart of northern KwaZulu-Natal. This gem is located just outside Paulpietersburg, at the foot of the...
from R420
per night for 2 guests

Leisure Retreat CC

8 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 11 rooms

Leisure Retreat is a small, intimate holiday and all year round get-away for a family, groups of people or backpackers passing through. We...
from R395
per night for 2 guests

Monzi Safaris

4 Reviews
Sleeps 52 in 13 rooms

Monzi Safaris Tented Camp offers 13 luxury tents with en-suite bathrooms. Cool down in our large pool while the fire is going in the...
from R806
per night for 2 guests

Natural Moments Bush Camp & D...

14 Reviews
Sleeps 66 in 20 rooms

Natural Moments Bush Camp in Sodwana offers a range of comfortable, rustic and affordable...
from R220
per night for 2 guests

The Knoll Guest House and Bac...

12 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 12 rooms

The Knoll Guest House and Backpackers is situated at the gateway of the Midlands Meander close to...
from R380
per night for 2 guests

Ballito Backpackers

7 Reviews
Sleeps 119 in 14 rooms

Ballito Backpackers is situated in Ballito, in the heart of the Dolphin Coast and within a short walk of the lovely beach. The backpackers...
from R370
per night for 2 guests

Thobeka Backpackers

2 Reviews
Sleeps 62 in 18 rooms

Thobeka Backpackers is an authentic backpackers located in Kosi Bay. This is a bush-style lodge situated close to beautiful beaches, game...
from R360
per night for 2 guests
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Elandsheim

2 Reviews
Sleeps 120 in 16 rooms

Elandsheim is in the heart of the Zulu Wars battlefields, located 14 km from Rorke’s Drift and 33 km from Isandlwana. The setting is...
from R632
per night for 2 guests

Monkey Valley Lodge

21 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 4 rooms

This is a luxury self-catering holiday flat and a self-catering studio, situated on the Bluff in Durban. The units are air-conditioned,...
from R360
per night for 2 guests

Tekweni Backpackers

3 Reviews
Sleeps 42 in 11 rooms

Tekweni is located in the centre of Durban's hippest entertainment area with all the pubs, clubs, restaurants and markets right on the...
from R320
per night for 2 guests

Watkins Backpackers

6 Reviews
Sleeps 69 in 4 rooms

Watkins Farm was established as a base from which to run adventure school camps and tailor-made beach, bush, berg and battle tour...
from R300
per night for 2 guests

Khotso Backpackers

4 Reviews
Sleeps 80 in 16 rooms

When in South Africa there’s one thing you cannot afford to miss, the Drakensberg, and there’s nowhere better to stay than here, at Khotso....
from R200
per night for 2 guests
Ansteys Beach Self-Catering and Backpackers is situated in the stunning sea-side town of the Bluff,...
from R400
per night for 2 guests

Sleepy Hollow Backpackers

4 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 6 rooms

Sleepy Hollow Adventure Backpacker's provides budget accommodation in Pietermaritzburg. The Backpackers is located near Liberty Midlands...
from R300
per night for 2 guests

Nomads Backpackers

3 Reviews
Sleeps 37 in 30 rooms

Our lively lodge is located in the heart of Durban and it offers a range of accommodation. Relax outside by the pool, on our outdoor wood...
from R540
per night for 2 guests

Irie Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 77 in 18 rooms

Located just 700 m from the beach with a 180 degree sea views, Irie Lodge offers its guests varied accommodation options and lovely...
from R140
per night for 2 guests

KwaZulu-Natal South Africa

KwaZulu-Natal Beach Accommodation

The province of KwaZulu-Natal is a strong argument both for and against political correctness. The northern part of the province has traditionally been called Zululand or - in Zulu - KwaZulu, and the rest of the province was called Natal in the colonial era.

After 1910 Zululand was simply incorporated into Natal. Then, during the apartheid era, parts of Natal were portioned off as the nominally independent homeland of KwaZulu. So - in 1994, when the homelands were done away with, the whole province reverted to the composite name of KwaZulu-Natal.

Now either of those names is pretty easy to handle on its own, but KwaZulu-Natal is a bit of a mouthful - and try typing it!!! That's why we're going to use the acronym KZN from now on.

There is so much to do in this immense - and immensely diverse - province. The coast is a sub-tropical paradise with lovely long beaches, warm water, tangled green vegetation, awesome surfing and great diving. The major coastal holiday areas - especially for families - are the North Coast and South Coast. The South Coast is the most northerly extent of the annual Sardine Run and, further north, the beaches of Maputaland are home to nesting turtles that can be seen on guided night walks.

There are dozens of world class golf courses mainly, but not exclusively, along the coast. There are horse trails through the bush and the battlefields, in the mountains, along the beaches and skirting the wetlands, as well as a whole host of other adventure activities. KZN is renowned as a game viewing destination and the birding is fantastic. You can choose between staying in a luxury lodge on a private game reserve or chilling out in one of the KZN Wildlife parks. Perhaps even do a wilderness walking safari - you get to walk through the wildest parts of the reserve, trying to avoid lions and such-like while hoping for a good (but safe) sighting of rhinos, elephants and other game.

The Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, near the small town of Hluhluwe, has the highest concentration of rhinos in Africa. If you're reading this and planning a raid to stock up some far eastern pharmacies and boost your bank balance - think again. How do you think the population got to that size? Game guards are armed and seriously protective of the precious wildlife in their care.

There is a range of cultural attractions. As well as the many Zulu cultural villages, contemporary tours and historical battlefields, KZN is also home to the largest Indian population outside of India - a fact which has left its mark on the landscape, the food and the culture of this vibrant province. Great curry restaurants, markets selling spices and other exotic goods, and ornate temples and mosques all attest to the influence these dynamic people have had on the development of city of Durban, but also further afield in the province.

The Midlands, situated roughly between Durban and Pietermaritzburg, is characterised by rolling green hills, flowers, pockets of forest and characterful small villages. It's a joy to explore with its many restaurants, coffee shops, pretty guest houses, innovative craft outlets, micro breweries, cheese factories, trout farms and other bucolic pleasures.

The Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg is a vast wilderness mountain area that divides the lush, low-lying eastern coastal plain from the harsher and higher-lying interior. The Berg, as it is fondly known, is a hiker's paradise and a great pony trekking destination. Other attractions include small game, birding, flowers, fabulous scenery, fly fishing, golf and fantastic rock art. The fact that the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg is one of South Africa's world heritage sites should give you an idea of the ecological and recreational value of this enormous mountain range. Another equally impressive world heritage site, also in KZN, is the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, which conserves a spectacularly wide range of biomes, including wetlands, dunes, swamp and coastal forests, rocky and sandy shores, coral reefs and submarine canyons.

Note: If you are planning to travel to the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal please be aware that this region is malarial. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

The province of KwaZulu-Natal is a strong argument both for and against political correctness. The northern part of the province has traditionally been called Zululand or - in Zulu - KwaZulu, and the rest of the province was called Natal in the...

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Did you know? KwaZulu-Natal Accommodation is often misspelt. Here are some variations:

KZN Beach, Natal Beach, kwa zulu Beach, kwazulu natal Beach, kwa zulu natal Beach,

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