South Africa Travel
Sharing the Kwazulu-Natal love #GottaLuvKZN
September 3, 2015
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You know I love KZN. Durban is the city where I was born and I grew up, and I spent most family holidays exploring Kwazulu-Natal – from beach holidays in the North and South Coasts to family trips to Drakensberg, where we’d do short hikes and horse-rides and there was even golf for dad.

Durban jumps mzansigirl

Gotta love KZN beaches!

I’ve been dying to do a campaign that focused solely on exploring the gems of KZN, and thanks to the folks at Tourism Kwazulu-Natal, I am finally getting the chance. Besides being the start of spring , September is Tourism Month, and Heritage Month in South Africa – basically making it my favourite month 🙂

Gotta love the colourful KZN buses!

Gotta love the colourful KZN buses!

To celebrate Tourism Month, Tourism KZN has invited me to spend the month with them exploring the wonders of KZN on their #GottaLuvKZN campaign. I’ll be doing 4 x four day itineraries covering :

  • The Drakensberg and Midlands 
  • South Coast 
  • Durban and North Coast
  • Zululand and Isimangaliso

We kick off the campaign today at Moses Mabida Stadium, before heading off to the Drakensberg mountains!

Follow  my KZN  adventure with the #GottaLuvKZN hashtag on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

#GottaluvKZN

#GottaluvKZN

 

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Meruschka Govender

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  • Hey, that’s great! I love my KZN. I reside next to Isimangaliso, and I love everything about the area

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