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Tourism KZN
The KwaZulu-Natal Tourism Authority is responsible for the development, promotion and marketing of tourism into and within the province.
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Tourism KZN May 23
As you prepare to mark the end of a holy month with the “Festival of Breaking the Fast”, we wish you and your family, happiness, safety and prosperity during this time
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Profound Travel and Tours May 20
The Zulu kingdom is full of adventure, & 's new video is an epic reminder as to why KZN should be at the top of the travel list for post-Covid-19. 😍 👉
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Verushka Ramasami May 7
Gosh Durban you are dramatic
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Tourism KZN May 4
While you’re away, we can’t wait for your return! Your return to our beautiful shores, mountains, cultural villages and heritage sites.....KZN will see you soon!
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Tourism KZN May 1
Today is not just about fair employment and equality, it is about gratitude... for our teachers, domestic workers, business owners, informal traders, health workers and more recently everyone on the We thank you!
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Tourism KZN Apr 26
This year, we experience Freedom Day very differently, even in lockdown, we as South Africans still have a lot to be grateful for! Remain united, continue to stay home, stay safe “.
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Tourism KZN Apr 24
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Tourism KZN Apr 10
We know Easter won’t be the same without you, rest assured we will share unforgettable experiences again, soon. We will be waiting!
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Tourism KZN Mar 19
Government calls on all people to stop the distribution false and misleading stories about COVID19, as this creates unnecessary panic. Gatherings have also been restricted to under 100 people.
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Tourism KZN Mar 19
Stay home today, so you can travel tomorrow.
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Tourism KZN Mar 19
Replying to @SBASHLIE
Please visit the Moses Mabhida website or contact 031 312 9281.
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Tourism KZN Mar 19
Brave enough to free-fall 80m into the middle of the stadium? We believe you can DO IT at KZN’s iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium – the world’s tallest swing!
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Tourism KZN Mar 18
Ever wanted to visit a place with a ‘hole in the wall’? Take a drive down the North Coast & discover sheltered coves and limestone formations at Ballito’s, Thompson Bay… you have to see it, to believe it!
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Tourism KZN Mar 18
Nile crocodiles, hippos and crocs! If this peeked your interest, you gotta add St Lucia, KZN to your bucket list✅ The most visited town in Africa awaits your arrival… believe it!
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Tourism KZN Feb 28
These are really stunning images Bashuthe 👌
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Tourism KZN Feb 27
The 2020 Forbes Woman Africa Leading Women Summit is just around the corner. Hosted at the Durban ICC on 6 March, the summit will tackle various topics under the theme "The Ceiling Crashers 2.0: Power with Purpose".
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Tourism KZN Feb 22
Steady... Ready... Dance💃🏾🕺🏾and sing 🎶🎤 the team keeping the heat locked in
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Tourism KZN Feb 22
Mpumalanga... 'the place where the sun rises' + the yellow peeps = a 🔥 time 🤙🏽
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Tourism KZN Feb 22
Today we are at the Umthayi Marula Festival, a traditional african celebration hosted by the King of the Tembe tribe. The festival is in it's 10th celebration and takes place Emfihlweni, Kwa-Ngwanase. The Marula season runs until May.
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