Durban's outer west region includes the towns of Kloof, Hillcrest and the Valley of 1000 Hills. Extending up to Botha's Hill this area has a diverse cultural heritage. The Durban Outer West area includes plenty of accommodation options from guest houses, bed and breakfasts to self-catering options. This is coupled with the fact that there are many things to do in the region providing endless fun for the whole family. Durban has a tropical climate which is perfect for holidays all-year-round.
Major towns included in the Durban Outer West area are:
Kloof is approximately 25kms from Durban and is one of the most attractive and exclusive residential areas in the eThekwini-Durban district. The Everton Conservancy forms part of the Kloof area making it a great ecological attraction.
Hillcrest has rapidly increased in size from the hamlet it once was. Saturday mornings bring with it the delicious aroma of the local farmers market where organic freshly prepared produce is found. This is a major tourist attraction when in the town.
Valley of 1000 Hills which lies between Pietermaritzburg and Durban is called such due to the undulating hills forming part of this route. There are many places of interest, art galleries and nature reserves to keep tourists entertained.
Things to do and see in Durban Outer West include:
Day tripping to Durban via the Valley of a Thousand Hills