By :
South Africa, 2002
52 min
KwaZulu Natal is a fishing paradise that attracts South Africans of all hues from all corners of the country known as the Rainbow Nation since achieving democracy in 1994.
KwaZulu Natal with its diversified landscape is a fascinating, vibrant and hugely popular South African region for lovers of the outdoors. Close to Mozambique, in Kosi Bay, Tonga fishermen are using age-old techniques to capture fish, and the Pongola river is one of the few places in the country where the tiger fish can be found. The Drakensberg, also in the region, is the place for trout fishing.
KwaZulu Natal attracts fishing enthusiasts, surfers, who all gather in the region to pursue their favourite leisure activities, making the region a miniature rainbow nation where love and respect of nature reigns.