Durban is a fun-loving city known for its gorgeous sun-kissed beaches along the Indian Ocean.
Its sub-tropical climate and natural beauty affords the city a year-round abundance in outdoor activities and adventure. Durban also offers a unique cultural experience, being home to the mighty Zulu nation and the largest population of Indian descendants outside of India and this is reflected in the sights, sounds and scents of the city’s marketplaces and streets. Day trip options in and around Durban are abundant and diverse and include two World Heritage Sites – the Drakensberg Mountains and iSimangaliso Wetland Park, areas of breath-taking landscapes and ecosystems all bursting with life!
Durban City Tour
Travel along Durban’s historic Golden Mile, while experiencing the city’s rich and diverse culture. Visit Durban’s new, vibrant neighbourhood, The Point as well as the pride of the city, UShaka Marine World, home to one of South Africa’s best aquariums. We will also visit the stunning Durban Botanic Gardens and then make our way to the famous Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Valley of a Thousand Hills Tour
Take in breathtaking views as you travel through The Valley Of A Thousand Hills. This area between Durban and the Midlands is iconic for its lush, rolling hills and deep connection with the Zulu culture. Take a guided tour through the local tribal lands and experience the Zulu culture first hand as you witness ancient traditions and ceremonies at the pheZulu Safari Park.
Zulu Cultural Village Tour
Get an authentic cultural experience when you join us for a day at a Zulu Cultural Village. Witness the glory days of Shaka and the Zulu Nation as you participate in various activities like spear making, weaving and even hut building. Feel the rhythm and beat of the Zulu people as you watch traditional Zulu dances and savour the bite of real Zulu beer.
Spend the day on safari at the exceptional Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game reserve. Experience the best that South African wildlife has to offer as you go on a game spotting tour in this 96000 hectare park. Witness first-hand how well this renowned game reserve maintains its many endangered species, including elephant and rhino.
Drakensburg Day Trip
Visit the world famous Drakensberg Mountains. This world heritage site boasts some of South Africa’s most amazing vistas and is home to Giant’s Castle. Here you will be able to go on a hike through history and view Bushman cave paintings that have been there since before the birth of South Africa.
Sani Pass/Lesotho Tour
Go on a 4×4 adventure through the beautiful Sani Pass and take in the views as you travel up to ‘The Roof of Africa’. From here you will be able to experience the full majesty of the Drakensberg Mountains and even peer into the neighbouring nation of Lesotho. We will also be visiting a traditional Basotho village.