Tourism KZN has put together an emotive video to remind all South Africans and the world that the people of KwaZulu-Natal are resilient and resolute.

KZN has conquered hard- hitting challenges in the last two years. The recent floods have taken away loved ones from families, destroyed homes, beaches, road infrastructure and tourism businesses. However, despite all the challenges that KZN has faced, Tourism KZN would like to remind all holidaymakers who were unable to visit KZN during this Easter Season that the province is a destination that embodies the spirit of Ubuntu. It is where people come together even in the face of all the challenges to rebuild and restore.

The video highlights KZN’s message that it will rise again and soon tourists, both domestic and international, will get to enjoy the destination that “has it all”.

This comes just as the Minister of Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu will spend two days visiting KZN this weekend (23 and 24 April 2022) to assess tourism attractions affected by the floods.

Tourism KZN is also hard at work, preparing for Africa’s Travel Indaba that will be held at the Durban ICC from 2 – 5 May 2022 which will see thousands of tourism trade delegates descend on the province to clinch lucrative deals that will get KZN back on the global map.

Watch the link to be reminded that KZN has it all: