Synopses & Reviews
KKwaZulu-Natal has numerous sites of great historic value, many of which are protected by law. With the assistance of Amafa, KwaZulu-Natal 's heritage council, Sue Derwent has assembled in the pages of this book over a hundred historic, important, beautiful and interesting sites and some that are simply fun visits. Complemented by full-color photographs, the text is written in a way that makes the sites accessible and interesting. The intention is to encourage a greater interest in the history and culture of the province, providing new options for visitors and a deeper or broader perspective on many interesting areas to be discovered or seen again in this part of the world.To facilitate its use as a guide, the book is provided with precise and detailed maps. It is divided into the province 's main geographic areas: * Durban and surrounds, * Northern and Central KwaZulu-Natal, * Pietermaritzburg, and * The Midlandsthe province 's two World Heritage Sites: The Greater St Lucia Wetland and the UKhahlamba-Drakensberg World Heritage Site.