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Kwazulu-Natal National Botanical Garden

  • 4.4

  • from 1636 Google reviews

Opening times

1 May - 30 Sept 08h00 to 17h30 (Mon-Sun) 1 Oct - 30 Apr 08h0 to 18h00 (Mon-Sun)

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KwaZulu-Natal, 3208

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  • 4.4

  • from 1636 Google reviews

Alan Gaskon

in the last week


R45 for an adult but you can easily get your monies worth. There are multiple trails that would take you a good few hours to explore all of them. Beautiful wildlife as well! I recommend you bring your own cooldrink + food if you're planning the day out.

Yogathasen Naidoo

2 months ago


The KZN National Botanical Gardens is currently holding its Art in the Park exhibition. There are some excellent art pieces on display. Well worth a visit. You may be tempted to take up art as a hobby.

David Grové

a year ago


The visit was very nice and the garden looks beautiful!

mndeni praise-god sandile khathide

a month ago


Wow! Very well maintained, superbly looking, couple, family and kids friendly place. Education, great nature filled atmosphere. Great place for Photography and videography of any event or advertising. It's beauty left me speechless, am definitely gonna go back very soon.

Thabo Quinton

3 months ago


Botanic Gardens isn't just good taking pictures but a good place to set your mind at an ease, hiking, picnic, hot a wedding, etc. At a scale of 1-10 I rate 10/10. The place is clean and organized. For chess players there's a chess board 😄😄...

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+27(0)33 344 3585

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