Durban is a tropical coastal city in KwaZulu-Natal with a dizzy mix of astonishingly beautiful Blue Flag beaches, waving palm trees, world-class diving sites and an exciting mix of African, Indian and colonial influences. Top this with smiling friendly people, Ushaka Marine World [world class aquarium with dolphin, seal and penguin shows], exciting Big 5 [elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino] Game Reserves just up the coast and the incredible Drakensberg Mountains a short distance inland.
Visit uShaka Marine World with 32 tanks of fascinating marine creatures accompanied by a clued up guide who is passionate and informed about all things marine. The Dolphin and Seal Shows, the penguins and sharks all add to the WOW factor.
Take a flight with qualified pilot Noel over the South Coast. Leave from the Wow Flight Center in Umkomaas and fly as far as Durban Harbour and back. Enjoy beautiful 360 degree sea views.
Drive up the North Coast from Durban through rolling hills of sugar cane fields and glimpses past waving palm trees of beaches, into the heart of Zululand and the Kraal of King Shaka in Ulundi.
After a Marketplace visit, venture out from the Inanda Adventures’ site on Inanda Dam to canoe on the dam, mountain bike or hike along its edges!
For adrenaline junkies, nature lovers and photographers this is paradise. The 100m high suspension bridge hovers over the gorge with views of the Worlds Highest Gorge Swing. Forests, rivers, rapids and ravines and amazing bird life!
Reach for the Roof of Africa as you travel the famous Sani Pass route: it takes 2.5 hours in a 4X4, zig-zagging gravel roads, as you climb a grand 2874 metres above sea level! You can then enjoy the magnificent views from the highest pub in Africa!!!
One hour from Durban and you are in the gently rolling green hills of Tala Game Reserve in the Midlands. Enjoy an open vehicle safari in this private reserve, home to buffalo, rhino, giraffe, hippo,380 bird species and an impressive variety of antelope.
This day tour takes you into the north of KwaZulu-Natal where you will visit famous sites of the battlefields. There you will encounter museums, memorials and fields dedicated to the Anglo Zulu wars.
A short drive from Durban and you are in the Magnificent VALLEY OF 1000 HILLS where you visit a Snake and Crocodile Park then visit a Zulu Village and watch energetic Zulu dancers with the rolling green hills as a back drop.
This half day safari includes two wildlife reserves; the Natal Lion Park and Tala Game Reserve. Get into the African bush and experience a taste of the wild.
We depart from Durban and head towards Pietermaritzburg en route to Kamberg Reserve in Drakensburg Mountain range. Kamberg forms part of the Maloti-Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site and is situated centrally in the foothills of the mountains.
This exciting tour takes you into the heart of the rich, colourful Indian heritage of KwaZulu Natal which is deeply woven into the multi-cultural fabric of South Africa.
Visit Kwa-Muhle Museum, Gandi's home in Inanda and taste traditional food.
A spectacular drive into the KwaZulu Natal countryside to discover a variety of country living venues situated along a little stretch of heaven. Rolling green hills, streams and quaint shops selling crafts and quality farm produce. A delightful tour!
Enjoy a scenic and hassle free day tour of exciting Durban then journey to the picturesque Valley of 1000 Hills and visit a Zulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park.
This tour gives you the rare opportunity to travel into the Majestic Drakensberg Mountains and hike to a site of prehistoric San rock art dating back 1000's of years - inspiring mountain views and examples of the most ancient art forms.
For an authentic cultural experience stop off at Khula Village, 7km before St Lucia along the R618. Cycle through the Dukuduku Forest with this friendly community and enjoy the rural life of Zululand.
Take a journey into the valley of Isandlwana in KwaZulu-Natal which evokes the memories of fierce and significant battles fought and lost on South African soil. You enter the rich hinterland of the now rural Zululand.
Durban is a beautiful tropical coastal town with all the colour and flavour of its' African, Indian and colonial influences. Spectacular beaches, fascinating markets, shaded botanical gardens and interesting museums; just enjoy the journey!