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   A destination of crashing waves, lush forests and sunny skies that set
   the scene for the perfect holiday, with plenty to see and do. Escape to
   the serenity of the North Coast.

   Boasting an array of attractions, the North Coast caters for a variety of tourists.  spectacular uShaka Marine World, iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium and the
   The picturesque outdoors are perfect for the adventurous tourist to explore          Durban International Convention Centre.
   the wildlife, chill at the beach, go fishing, surfing or cycling. If you’re not an
   outdoor enthusiast, or just prefer evening entertainment, the region still has       Travellers are spoiled for choice with a wide range of beautiful destinations
   you covered with enjoyable indoor activities, modern shopping malls, fine dining,     along the North Coast, ranging from luxury hotels to self-catering cottages.
   and vibrant nightlife. See pages 11-16.                                              See page 20. Business travellers on corporate visits will not be disappointed
                                                                                        with the many exceptional conference venues and world-class golf courses.
   The North Coast has experienced a spate of developments in the retail and            Conference venues are more popularly utilised by doting couples that visit the
   entertainment nodes. The additions are the KwaDukuza Mall in KwaDukuza,              scenic coast to tie the knot. See page 32. Savour the exotic and unique flavours
   Mount Richmore Shopping Centre in Salt Rock, The Market within the Ballito           of the region with a wide variety of culinary options to suite your appetite and
   Lifestyle Centre, Zimbali Wedge, The Wedge Shopping Centre, Imbali Ridge and         budget. See page 24.
   Zimbali Wedge Estate.
                                                                                        Our roots stem from the time of the Zulu King, Shaka, to the European settlers
   Further north are two of South Africa’s impressive World Heritage Sites,             and Indian indentured labourers. See page 12. The North Coast’s rich history
   the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, and the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park.                  gives visitors a wonderful mix of diverse cultures and vibrant people that have
   A short drive away are the sites where Boer, British, and Zulu military forces       become the friendly locals.
   had once battled. To the south, the vibrant city of Durban is nearby with its
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