Go South Coast


Known as the Paradise of the Zulu Kingdom, the KZN South Coast starts 30 minutes south of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

From Scottburgh, the 170km coastline runs to Port Edward, incorporating 58 beaches, and stretches inland to Harding.

The KZN South Coast is a favourite holiday destination for South Africans and international visitors alike who soak up its year-round sunny weather, while enjoying the warm Indian Ocean and lush hinterland.

2021 South Coast Events Calendar


Your guide to all the places to see on the South Coast

Great Drives Out


Umzumbe, which is near Port Shepstone, gives its name to one of the 4 local municipalities of the KZN South Coast, as well as its Blue Flag beach. Said to have been started by a band of cannibals and renegades…


Nyandezulu is a rural village only 9km inland from Shelly Beach, where you can see breathtaking scenery high above the sea, while enjoying the hospitality of the local community and discovering local arts and crafts. Stay in a guesthouse in…


A range of caves at the site of KwaXolo showcases San paintings that are more than 100 000 years old, telling the story of a thriving community years before the San inhabited the desert. The KwaXolo area can be accessed…


The KwaNzimakwe “place of the Nzimakwe” rural village is easily accessible off the R69 Road between Mpenjati Nature Reserve and Ezinqoleni.  Start exploring at the WowZulu Welcome Centre, where local arts and crafts are available and from where walks can…


An adventure awaits for everyone on the KZN South Coast, whether you fancy something mild or wild. Agri tours, ocean safaris, whale and dolphin watching, game drives, mountain biking or hiking trails, scuba or shark cage diving, and so much more. Or just relax camping or caravanning, beachcombing or birdwatching. Discover not only the destination and its treasures, but your true self.


Hotels, apartments, ocean-side properties with breathtaking views.

Bed & Breakfasts

Camping & Caravan

Rural & Cultural


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