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Port Edward intro. Port Edward hotels face the ocean in this small town on the south east coast of South Africa. It is part of the KwaZulu-Natal region which is also known casually as the Hibiscus Coast. Tourists flock here from all over the country to take advnatage of the great climate, excellent beaches and very well established watersports scene. Hotels in Port Edward are invariably booked completely full during the Christmas and New Year period which is far and away the major peak tourist season in Port Edward. The most well known beach here is Silver Beach and it hosts a legendary New Year’s Eve party each year. Port Edward hotels dates as a town from around 1830, when settlers in what was then called Durban built a township around the harbour. Today, the lush tropical gardens that fill the town are a mix of naturally occuring flourishes of nature as well as manicured and kept gardens that are the focus of many flower festivals.