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Party into the New Year 2013 in KwaZulu – Natal

The garden province of South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal is a subtropical region of lush and well-watered valleys, washed by the warm Indian Ocean. KwaZulu-Natal is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations as the province stretches from Port Edward in the south to the borders of Swaziland and Mozambique to the north. KwaZulu-Natal is a beautiful place to spend your New Year’s Eve 2013. Its western part is marked by the dramatic Drakensberg mountain range, with several peaks well over 3 000 meters. But not only the mountain regions are a site to remember, the subtropical coastline is one of a kind and could be your perfect setting for New Year’s Eve.

Durban, the major city next to Pietermaritzburg, the capital city, is one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the world. Its harbour is the busiest in South Africa and the tenth largest in the world. The principal language is isiZulu, followed by English and Afrikaans. Remnants of British colonialism and a mix of Zulu, Indian and Afrikaans traditions give the province a rich cultural diversity. This mix of cultures is wonderfully portrayed in the architecture, the food and different styles of music and dancing in the area. You won’t have any trouble finding the right party, club or event to make your New Year of 2013 into one of the best days of your life. Another place to be on New Year’s Eve 2013 is for instance Port Edward, a small town situated on the south coast. Port Edward's Silver Beach hosts an annual New Year's Eve party frequented by youths whilst on New Year's Day itself, families populate the beach for continued celebrations. So don’t only look out for events in the big cities, but also check out the New Year’s Eve events in the smaller towns. We’ll show you the hottest New Year’s Eve party-places in KwaZulu-Natal!