A fascinating, heady blend of ancient and new, diverse traditions and cultures, the urban and the natural, South Africa is as colourful and complex a pattern as the batik prints celebrated in Mandiba shirts.
Britain has played a role here, witnessed by place names like Newcastle and Howick still sprouting from the map.
Our offerings are based from the province of Kwazulu Natal (KZN) known for its biodiversity with two of its parks declared UNESCO World Heritage sites. With the warm Indian Ocean creating a boundary on the east and the peaks of the Drakensburgs and Lebombo rising in an arc to the west and north, the so called ‘garden province’ is home to subtropical, Afro mountaine, and savannah and alpine grassland habitats and an equally rich biodiversity of flora and fauna.
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More or less the same size as Portugal, the province of Kwazulu Natal has a range of climates – a reflection of its complex topography. From the subtropical coast around Durban to the snow-topped peaks of the Drakensburg, the variation in temperatures and humidity make it important to understand the climate in your specific destination.
This spread of climatic conditions contributes to the glorious natural diversity of KZN, but it’s impossible to enjoy even the most beautiful scenery if you’re not dressed for the weather. In an attempt to ensure your comfort, we will make packing recommendations for the specific season, sport and area of your visit.[/tab]
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