Excursions perfectly enhance your holiday and offer excellent value. Prices are per person.
Durban City Tour
This half day tour begins along the Golden Mile, Durban’s revitalised beachfront promenade which hugs the beckoning beaches. Move through the city viewing the majestic City Hall, the small craft harbour and onwards to the University of Natal for lovely harbour views. Visit bustling markets, the peaceful Botanic Gardens and Moses Mabhida Stadium.
uShaka Marine World
This half day tour to Africa’s largest dolphinarium, the globally respected uShaka Marine World entices you to explore the wonders of Africa’s vast ocean life. Journey around 30 themed exhibits and don’t miss the spectacular shows.
Experience traditional Zulu culture and customs during this full day tour. Taste traditional Zulu beer as you watch craftsmen make spears, shields, beadwork and pots. The Zulu dancers will thrill with their grace and energy before you are treated to a lunchtime feast.
Hluhluwe Day Safari
A full day tour to the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, the oldest proclaimed reserve in Africa and world-renowned for its white rhino conservation programme. The hilly terrain offers some truly spectacular views and in addition to the Big Five, the park is home to cheetah, wild dog and hyena.
Isandlwana & Rorke’s Drift
A full day tour to learn of the Anglo-Zulu war history in KwaZulu Natal, which is both thrilling and dramatic. Visit the eerie battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift, where your imagination will paint pictures of the battle scenes played out here. Enjoy lunch and then wind your way back through the spectacular scenery of the province.
Depart Durban and drive through the Midlands towards Underberg where you change to a 4x4 vehicle, the only form of transport equipped to tackle Sani Pass! You’ll have your passport stamped as you enter the Kingdom of Lesotho and stop at a nearby Sotho Village for a taste of local culture. After lunch at the highest pub in Africa, gently wind your way back to Durban.
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