Zululand Bird Route Information Directory
There are over 650 species of birds that have been recorded in KwaZulu-Natal and make their homes in the coastal region on the beautiful eastern seaboard of South Africa. From mangrove-fringed estuaries to the peaks of the Drakensberg Mountains, from the cool mist-belt forests to the bird-rich savannah of Zululand, KwaZulu Natal offers some of the best birding on the African continent.
Zululand Birding Route has a spectacular 605 bird species and a wonderful range of destinations where they occur. It is a treasure trove of specials such as Green Barbet, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Pink-Throated Twinspot, Neergard’s Sunbird and Palmnut Vulture. The Zululand Birding Route is a natural evolution in response to the rapidly-increasing demand for birding tourism in South Africa. Read More