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Johnny is a true Durbanite and knows the city and it's people like no other. Therefore, a city tour with Johnny shows the unique sides of Durban that you will never forget. The tour will take you through town to the markets and the beach by using the famous combi's to get from one place to another. Fun and adventure guaranteed!
A drive through Sani Pass is a must for those traveling to KwaZulu-Natal. Leave Durban and pass rural villages on the way towards the Lesotho border. Transfer to a 4x4 vehicle to climb the 1,000 meters, passing a variety of wildlife along the way, then drive through the Lesotho border. Take in the views and stop at the Highest Pub in Africa, before winding down the mountain pass.
Spend a day exploring the 19th-century Anglo-Zulu battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift. Learn about the history of the battles that took place on 22 January 1879 and then see the landscape on which the fighting occurred.
Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.
Experience the rich food and culture of two of South Africa’s subcultures on a tour that dives into Indian and Zulu cuisine. Ideal for foodies and history buffs who want to learn more about the diverse culture of Durban, visiting local markets with a guide allows you to see a side of the city that is missed by most tourists.
Visit some of the most unique sites in South Africa on this informative and fun Durban city day tour. You will get to walk through the bustling Zulu Markets as well as the Indian Market. You will get a tour through the oldest surviving Botanical Gardens in Africa as well as visit the historical city center. You will get to enjoy lunch at a local restaurant where Durban's famed "bunny chow" is served and you will visit the famous Golden Mile that keep visitors coming year after year.
The Mandela promise locks on Gordon road are a symbol of commitment to peace like South African idol Mandela. The cube on Rosetta road boasts views of the city that brings a sense of peace amongst the madness. The last stop at Mitchell park has historical value with the statue of the Zulu king.The Station at Umgeni road has a great street market with alot of zulu attire and beadwork. An experience to inspire and ignite your spirit
Vuk’ Africa is a tourism social company that seeks to empower, develop and showcase developing communities not only in South Africa, but also in Africa as a whole. We started off as cultural tourism organization in 2004 operating in the community of KwaNyuswa, in the Valley of a Thousand Hills South Africa, 40km west of Durban. Beyond profit margins that drive most businesses, we facilitate social cohesion through tourism, create employment, promote talents, and empower locals where we operate through our Arise Africa Trust Fund, and Beyond Self-Scholarship Program, as well as other community development projects.Our Zulu cultural tours are real life experience and create community employment and support locally.
Starting in Durban, this adventure camping tour heads inland to explore the majestic Drakensberg Mountains before heading to the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho. Enjoy elephant encounters at Addo Elephant Park, explore Oudtshoorn, Hermanus and the natural wilderness of the Tsitsikamma National Park along South Africa's Garden Route. End the tour with a wine tasting at Cape wineries.
This is an comprehensive and detailed tour of Kwa Zulu Natal offering both culture, Isandlwana & Rorkes' drift battlefields where Zulus and British fought on 22 January 1879, and close encounter with wildlife such as the BIG 5. We have brilliant tour guides who are knowledgeable in both culture, history and South African wildlife. Lunch, dinner and breakfast included in the package.
This accommodated adventure tour starting in Durban will head inland to explore the majestic Drakensberg mountain en-route to the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho. Enjoy Elephant encounters at Addo Elephant Park, the wilderness at Oudtshoorn and Hermanus and enjoy the forests of the Tsitsikamma National Park in the picturesque Garden Route.
The Inanda Heritage Tour starts at the Inanda township, and takes visitors into the Ohlange Institute, which was established by Rev. John Dube, who was also the first president of the African National Congress in 1901. The Ohlange Institute is the historical site where former president Dr. Nelson Mandela cast his vote in 1994.The trail includes a visit to the Phoenix Settlement, established in 1904 by Gandhi. Ghandi’s home stands in the settlement, fully restored, and has been named as a national monument.The Inanda Seminary, established in 1869 by the missionary Mary Edwards, is one of the oldest African private schools for girls, and has recently undergone a complete restoration, along the route is Ebuhleni village, the origin of the Shembe religion. The Shembe church was founded in the village about one hundred years ago, and today has over two million followers.
Nightlife tour of the most interesting and inspiring spots around Durban. A look at the city through a creative point of view all while having fun in an unforgettable hidden bar. We will begin on Florida road and thereafter get into the roots of the city through the infamous Market. Thereafter head onto the Green Camp, Cool Runnings and Jamesons where all the best hidden entertainment is held.