Welcome to Zululand Tourism
Zululand Tourism is not a Booking Agency and is regretfully not able to assist you with any travel or accommodation reservations. Please contact the service providers found on this site directly. All their contact details are displayed including all telephone numbers and e-mail addresses.
Furthermore, we do not have any information regarding hotels, venues, regions, establishments or services that are not shown on this site and can not enter into any correspondence in response to such enquiries
Looking for information on the Zululand region and all it has to offer, then you've come to the right place, you'll find it here.
If there is something you are looking for that you know is in the Zululand region and you don't find it here, contact me and I'll see what I can do to add the information for all future visitors.
I hope to be able to assist you in having the most pleasant possible stay in one of the most beautiful parts of Kwazulu Natal and indeed South and Southern Africa.
My aim is to promote all aspects of what the Zululand area has to offer and to become the premier destination for all things Zululand.
If you can't find it here, then it's probably not worth visiting.
This site is partly powered by Country Roads (countryroads.co.za), specialists in the promotion of South African tourism and by our vision and drive to stimulate and grow the tourism industry locally.
Country Roads is probably the fastest growing and most dynamic SA tourism site.
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"Together we can!" Get involved in any way you can, if you own an establishment and it's the Zululand region, make sure you can find your details on Zululand Tourism and secondly make sure your details are up to date.
Changes made here will also be reflected on countryroads.co.za. Need some help getting your information onto Zululand Tourism & Country Roads contact me.
ZT covers the historical Zululand region, the Zulu-dominated area of what would become northern KwaZulu-Natal Province in South Africa, extends along the coast of the Indian Ocean from the Tugela River in the south to Pongola River in the north. It extends over the modern-day districts of Zululand, Amajuba, Umzinyathi, uThungulu, Umkhanyakude, Uthukela, Umgungundlovu and iLembe.
Establishments Currently Listed: 275 - Site Last Updated: Thursday 10th November 2011