These various areas in Kwa-Zulu Natal will be updated every two to three weeks. In this section you will see the lesser known corners of the magic province featured along with photos, virtual tours , text and a google map plugin will show you exactly where it is and how to get there.
This section of the website has been put together to give advise and tips on planning your special day, from the photographer to the wedding planner, to the caterer, this section is always being updated.
If you would like to advertise here, please contact the administrators of the site.
KwaZulu-Natal boasts some of South Africa's best holiday destinations. From the magnificent Drakensberg to our sweeping coastlines, the hotels, guest houses, game lodges and time-share offer the tourist a diversity unequalled aywhere in the world.
Durban has virtually exploded with new shopping malls, from The Lifestyle Center in Ballito, to Gateway in Umhlanga Ridge, The Pavilion in Westville, Galleria in Amanzimtoti, Morningside has Musgrave Centre, The Upper Highway area in Hillcrest has many new shopping malls and centres as well as numerous coffee shops.
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Blue Flag is an international programme that annually awards local authorities a Blue Flag for excellence in beach management. The award guarantees the visitor a high quality environment, while providing reliable information on clean, safe and enjoyable areas of our coastal environment. KwaZulu Natal boasts 7 such beaches.
In this section of the website you will be able to download in high definition selected images of KwaZulu-Natal and Durban itself. These photos can be used for your wallpaper either on your desktop or on your mobile phone.
In this section of www.kzndurban.co.za there are currently 13 virtual tours of selected areas in and around the magic province for you the browser to view.
More will be added as time goes on but for now the idea is to give a synopisis in the form of virtual tours what the visitor to our shores can expect.
This section of the KZNDURBAN website has been set up for thos who would like to visit kwa Zulu-Natal and explore its lesser known areas.
The Magic Province is full of gems and treasures in the form of historial locations and natural beauty that once experienced will whet the apetite of the traveller to return and discover more of what this diverse and vastly under marketed part of the world has to offer.
Durban Events & Entertainment Guide for 2013. See what’s happening in Durban this weekend, today, tonight and tomorrow. Use our search to look for events scheduled over the upcoming weeks in Durban and in the Durban area, and check out our listings for a wide variety of things to do .
This section of the KZNDURBAN website has been set up for those of us who have to commute daily in and around Durban as well as the rest of the magic province. Unfortunately as traffic volume builds its resulted in a higher accident rate rsulting in more delays on the road. This in turn has given need to have a section on this site which will keep its online audience up to date as to what is going on on our roads.
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Durban: the prime holiday destination in South Africa and a city where many diverse cultures weave an intricate tapestry of social networking, trade and vibrancy unlike any other place in the world. With a large Indian population and historic European colonial influences blending with the traditions of the proud Zulu Kingdom, Durban is the place to be for tourists and locals alike.
Welcome to KZNDURBAN.CO.ZA where you will find everything you will need to know about Durban as South Africa’s leading hospitality and tourism destination both domestically as well as internationally.
In the Info A-Z section there are contact numbers and information for the visitor to our city. For things to do in Durban please click on the 'lifestyle' section of the above navigation.
The new section called Wedding Planner is full of advice and cost saving tips , the Durban Lifestyle section of the site has information on where to go, what to do and what to see in this diverse city on the east coast of South Africa.
Durban as well as the rest of KwaZulu-Natal is renouned for its hospitality and accommodation facilities. With world class hotels lining the famous Golden Mile, guest houses, bed and breakfasts as well as backpacker lodgings, the tourist is spoilt for choice.
With this in mind, the administrators of the site has seen the need to put together a section called: The Bed & Breakfast Club which will have tips and advice on what to look for and what to expect in a guest house or a hotel.
The Bed & Breakfast industry forms a vital part of our accommodation as a more personal service to a tourist or a business traveller. Durban and surrounds hold a particularly high standard in this regard.
Having grown up in Durban, the author of this site is naturally biased toward the area, with its extended summers, consistently temperate climate, dazzling sunrises over the Indian Ocean, immaculate beaches, and abundance of well kept city gardens such as the Botanical Gardens, Mitchell Park, the Japanese Gardens, and Jameson Park. With an array of sophisticated shopping malls such as Gateway, The Pavilion, Galleria in Amanzintoti, Musgrave centre, world class hotels, and friendly people, there is not much to dislike about
Durban now boasts one of the most striking and sophisticated pieces of infrastructure in the world - the spectacular Moses Mabhida Stadium, which has redefined Durban’s skyline with a unique landmark that equals the Eiffel Tower, London Eye, or Golden Gate Bridge in prominence its also regarded as the most atractive stadium in South Africa.
The lead up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup saw vast improvements being made to infrastructure in Durban, including extensive upgrades on the city’s network of roads, the complete overhaul of the Beachfront promenade, and the building of Umhlanga’s spectacular pier, which was designed in part by the Engineering department at Durban University of Technology. The new King Shaka airport, which has been in the pipeline since the 1960’s, is now open and fully operational, allowing the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the A380, to bring tourists, businesspeople and locals directly to this fantastic city.
In 2012 and moving forward into the future, Durban is a city full of optimism for industry and commerce on an unprecedented scale. It is also home to a unique and eclectic mix of people, and a laid back ambience that somehow does not contradict the bustling commercial life of the city and its surroundings.
This portal has been designed for anyone who wants to discover what Durban has to offer, or to advertise their business at reasonable rates. It also showcases the wide range of online products Gdsyn offers anyone who wants to establish an internet presence. Please go to our products section and peruse the various price listings and packages. If you would like to know more, please contact us at email@example.com or fill in the contact form in the Contact Us section and a representative will be in touch with you.