Richards Bay / South Africa
The town of Richards Bay lies in the east of South Africa. The city was not founded as port city until the end of the 19 th century and has developed from a fishing port to the country's largest port today. However, the city has not only become an industrial city but also a considerable tourist center.
The bustling city is surrounded by a wonderful landscape and also offers attractive beaches.Often the city is used as a base for tours to Zululand. This piece of South Africa is marked by great contrasts. Because the golden beaches of the Indian Ocean coastline and the Tugela River in the center of the country are very different in terms of landscape, once bright and pleasant, then mountainous and overgrown.