Offering incredible service, magical locations and fine cuisine, our list of KwaZulu-Natal accommodation includes safari lodges tucked away in remote reserves; seaside hotels and beach lodges; country homes on grand estates; and guest houses overlooking the historic battlefields of Zululand.
KwaZulu-Natal's famed attractions such as the Drakensberg Mountains, the Battlefields region and the rustic Midlands provide the setting for a selection of exclusive and luxurious accommodation where adventures abound. There is excellent accommodation in big game country too - and several of KwaZulu-Natal's parks and reserves rank among the best in the country.
Consider combining a few days in KwaZulu-Natal with a Big 5 safari in Kruger or even a lazy beach holiday on the island on Mauritius; our experienced Africa Safari Experts can easily recommend accommodation and itineraries based on your requirements.
Hidden away in a dappled forest, this stylish lodge brings unbridled romance to a Big 5 safari in KwaZulu-Natal's amazing Phinda Reserve.
Set overlooking the ocean close to Durban, this grand colonial hotel is a stylish choice to start or end off your KwaZulu-Natal holiday.
Tucked up against the Drakensberg mountains in KwaZulu-Natal, this regal country guesthouse is one of South Africa's best culinary retreats.
This restored 1800s farmhouse sits in KwaZulu-Natal's charming Midlands & makes a superbly indulgent getaway - great for self-drivers.
One of the best KwaZulu-Natal beach lodges, family-friendly & multi-activity Rocktail combines easily with a South African safari.
History buffs will love this comfortable & welcoming lodge, set overlooking infamous Spioenkop in the Battlefields region of KwaZulu-Natal.
Combine game viewing, bird watching & Zulu culture at this colonial-style safari lodge, set in KwaZulu-Natal's Pongola Game Reserve.
Discover the wonders of KwaZulu-Natal's extraordinary Phinda Reserve from this exclusive lodge - it's deluxe Big 5 game viewing at its best.
At a Glance
KwaZulu-Natal is where South Africa becomes Africa: big game, Zulu culture, colonial battlefields and amazing beaches make for diverse and rewarding holidays.