KwaDukuza, also known as Stanger is a town in the KwaZulu Natal Province of South Africa.
The town was founded in 1820 by King Shaka but was destroyed after Shaka’s death and later rebuilt by the Settlers and then named Stanger. The town boasts ever green subtropical vegetation and a serene and tranquil atmosphere. KwaDukuza is ideal if you are looking to escape from the mad buzz of cities like Durban and Pietermaritzburg.
The town has several museums that exhibit the history of the town. One museum adjoins King Shaka’s grave and The Stanger North Coast Museum which is home to several historical artefacts and information about King Shaka is a great place to visit. The lovely golden beaches of KwaDukuza make a great spot to spend a day. With the warm Indian Ocean waters and dolphin and whale visits all year round, KwaDukuza offers excellent activities to keep your day busy and enjoy a well-deserved break.
If you are looking for a place to stay, accommodation in KwaDukuza is a great alternative to that of Durban and surrounds. KwaDukuza accommodation offers a host of elegant self-catering units, homely bed and breakfasts and guest houses.