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The valleys were steep as much as the knolls were winding, huge mountains and exceeding farmlands; these words best describe the rustic dwelling community called Kwadukwuza.
The varied coastline of KwaZulu-Natal offers the angler the opportunity to pit their skills against the giant sharks and rays as well as the many fish that abound our coastline. We have a spectacular selection of Lakes, Dams and rivers stocked with abundant and varied species of fresh...
The annual Natal Sardine Run is more than numerous glistening shoals of sardines moving up the coast. It involves and affects many other different marine animals and can be witnessed from the shore, the sea the air and from below the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
The first written history available of Durban, was when it was first discovered by the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama in 1497. He landed in the bay on Christmas day and called it Natal, in reference to the birth of Christ...
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