Richards Bay, South Africa

Experience South Africa’s rugged coastline, pristine beaches, and mist-covered hills. Richards Bay is perched on a lagoon where the Mhlatuze River meets the Indian Ocean, and is the gateway to Zululand, the vast inland region famous for its mountains, savannah ecosystems, and the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park—home to the largest white rhino population on Earth. North from Richards Bay, you will find a wonderland of World Heritage Site wetlands, lakes, unspoiled beaches, mountains, renowned big five game reserves and authentic Zulu culture.

  • Richards Bay, South Africa

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