What can a boy get up to in Kwa-Zulu Natal?
Kwa-Zulu Natal is the eastern-most province of South Africa and is bound by the warm Indian Ocean in the East and Mozambique in the north. This subtropical region is popular with travellers who are attracted by its lush forests, large game parks, abundant birdlife, protected wetlands, towering mountains, gushing rivers, unspoilt beaches, battle-scarred history and its rich melting pot of cultures - Zulu, Indian, Anglo and Afrikaner.
The summer months, October through April, are hot and sunny. December to March is particularly humid along the coast, although light breezes cool the air. In the highlands rainy spells are interspersed with cool, misty periods. The winter is generally mild and dry.
NOTE: While we do our best to ensure that information is current, due to the frequency with which clubs and bars open and close, it is suggested that you contact a venue, where possible, to confirm its details. Should you have any updated information on a venue, or wish to list a hotspot, please contact us
Clubs, Bars & Steambaths
Spread over 2 storeys, this gay club contains 5 bars, 3 dance floors, 2 outdoor balconies plus lounge areas and pool tables. Tues to Sat. 226 Mathews Meyiwa (formerly Stamfordhill) Road, Morningside. Durban. - Website
For the Girls
For listings of lesbian and lesbian-friendly venues go to www.mambagirl.com; South Africa's leading lesbian lifestyle website. - Website