Durban City Tour is an intriguing cultural blend of East, West and Africa, which with its endless summer climate, effervescent and lukewarm ocean lined with golden beaches, offers a subtropical carnival atmosphere all year round. The city depicts a modern African metropolis.
The Zulus are the largest of South Africa’s ethnic groups and with this tour, we give you an insight into their culture including traditional dance styles and the Zulu social system.
Destinations: Zululand, Shakaland Authentic Zulu Village
The Drakensberg Mountain range is at it’s highest and most impressive in KwaZulu Natal. We visit a cave with some of the best preserved ancient rock art in the country.
Our overnight stay is in the lap of the Amphitheatre with breathtaking views into the mountains.
Take leisurely walks around the Golden Gate area and enjoy views into the low lands.
The Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park 2-day safari puts the emphasis on the wildlife of the Reserve where we spend both days in the park searching for wildlife. The region is also the home of the mighty Zulu’s and the African Wildlife Experience offer some insight into their age-old culture.
This tour combines South Africa’s finest safari areas, blended with the rugged beauty so synonymous with the continent. It incorporates the Kruger Park with it’s amazing wildlife, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, primal forests, mangrove forests and sub-tropical vegetation, the Kingdom of Swaziland and the diverse KwaZulu-Natal.
The Battlefields Natal tour covers the scenes of a few of the famous battles fought between Zulu, Boer and British. Stories of exceptional bravery and wholesale slaughter are softly told. The eeriness one experiences at some battlefields is quite unnerving, turning the tour into an extraordinary event.
South Africa has a relatively short, volatile recorded history. Some fierce battles were fought such as the battle of Isandlwana, Rorke’s Drift and the Battle of Spioenkop. We also visit the Blood River Monument with it’s laager of Ox Wagons. This Historical tour including some impressive battlefields is not to be missed.
Northern KwaZulu Natal, also called Zululand has the within its geographical borders arguably the greatest diversity of habitats in South Africa. The region is also the home of the mighty Zulus and we are introduced to their age-old culture. At Lake St Lucia, we join a boat cruise on the lake. This tour highlights them as well as the abundance of wildlife in the area.
This tour combines South Africa’s finest safari areas such as the diverse Northern KwaZulu-Natal and Kruger Park with it’s amazing wildlife and the Panorama Route comprising of mountains, valleys, waterfalls and sub-tropical vegetation. We visit the kingdom of Swaziland as well and get an insight into their culture.
The coastline between Durban and Cape Town encompasses lush, sub-tropical eastern KwaZulu Natal, the Wild Coast with Xhosa huts dotted around the ridges, to the mountains, lakes, cliffs and dense indigenous forests of the Cape South Coast, aptly called the Garden Route, the beauty and vegetation will captivate even the well traveled.
This tour is a shortened version of the 6-day SCMD tour also following this route. It excludes the one private wildlife lodge, still incorporates the Kruger Park with it’s amazing wildlife, Mpumalanga with mountains, valleys, waterfalls, pockets of primal forests, mangrove forests and sub-tropical vegetation, the Kingdom of Swaziland, one of only three sovereign Kingdoms left in Africa, and the diverse KwaZulu-Natal with habitats such as lakes, rivers, dune forests, beaches and mangrove forests.
The coastline between Cape Town and Durban encompasses lush, sub-tropical eastern KwaZulu Natal, the Wild Coast with Xhosa huts dotted around the ridges, to the mountains, lakes, cliffs and dense indigenous forests of the Cape South Coast, aptly called the Garden Route, the beauty and vegetation will captivate even the well traveled.
From the lush, subtropical forests of the East Coast to the dry brilliantly white sandy beaches of the West Coast, some of the highlights we visit are the majestic Drakensberg and the arid semi-desert of Namaqualand which turns into a fairyland of colours in August. A region also un-equalled in semi-precious stones and minerals.