KwaZulu-Natal is bordered by the warm Indian Ocean to the east and the high escarpment of the Drakensberg Mountains to the west.
What is the weather and climate like in KwaZulu-Natal?
This province boasts a brilliant subtropical climate, with hot and humid summers and warm, dry and clear winters.
The majority of the rainfall of this province is in summer with frequent afternoon thunderstorms. There is the occasional frost in the interior and snow in the higher reaches of winter. The sea temperatures average 21 degrees all year, making KwaZulu-Natal an all year destination for diving, swimming, boating, fishing and surfing.