Things to do in KwaZulu-Natal this holiday

The South Coast is known for its warm climates and endless beaches. That is what makes KwaZulu-Natal one of South Africa’s most popular domestic holiday destinations. This is why I am listing four things to do in KwaZulu-Natal this festive season.

Gateway Theatre of Shopping

If you are a mall junkie, then Gateway Theatre of Shopping is just the place for you.

This shopping centre has been described as one of the largest shopping centres in Africa and the largest in the southern hemisphere.

With fashion, fun, and a variety of entertainment to offer, this centre really caters for the upmarket shopper. Movie theatres, Nouveau cinemas, and a Barnyard Theatre will surely provide for enough family fun. There are also more than 350 stores that you can pay a visit to.

Make sure you get to the Gateway Theatre of Shopping for those rainy days.

Things to do in KwaZulu-Natal

uShaka Marine World

Next up is the uShaka Marine world. I have never been to this one myself, but have walked past it a couple of times.

This is one of the top entertainment destinations that Durban has to offer, providing fun for the whole family. uShaka has an underwater aquarium, a water park, retail outlets, and several food chains.

The uShaka Marine World is open every day from 9 am till 5 pm. The uShaka Wet ‘n Wild are open from Wednesdays to Sundays, 9am till 5 pm.

Things to do in KwaZulu-Natal

Golf Courses

The South Coast offers 7 top class Golf courses to choose from. If you are a serious golfer, then you should definitely have a look at this site. Choose between Margate Country Club, Port Shepstone Country Club, San Lameer Golf Course, and four others!

You will need some golf clubs when you decide to tackle one of these courses. Don’t look any further! Have a look at all these golf clubs for sale on Junk Mail.

Seeing as the Nedbank Golf Challenge is almost underway, have a look here for all the details about the tournament.

African Bird of Prey Sanctuary

This bird sanctuary is home to a variety of eagles, owls, and other raptors. The African Bird of Prey Sanctuary is also part of various wildlife conservation projects.

This sanctuary is open from 9 am till 4 pm from Tuesdays till Sundays and showtimes are weekdays from 10:30 am.

For more information about the African Bird of Prey Sanctuary, pay a visit to their website.

There you have it! Four things to do in KwaZulu-Natal this holiday. Which one appeals to you the most? Leave a comment and let us know!

Ps. Visit the Junk Mail website if you are looking for holiday accommodation in the KwaZulu-Natal area.

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Heinrich van den Worm

Head of Social and Media Strategist @AVATAR_ZA | Went barefoot for a year for charity | Not a guru | Compadre

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