Tour the coastal city of Durban and explore the Valley of a 1000 Hills on a informative day trip through greater KwaZulu-Natal. Begin with a visit to some of this busy port city's main highlights, including the bustling Victoria Street Market, the KwaMuhle Apartheid Museum and the Southern Hemisphere's largest mosque. Stroll among orchids and cycads in the Durban Botanic Gardens and see the country's oldest temple complex in the country. Then go outside the city to experience Zulu culture, including a traditional Zulu dance performance.
My wife and I did Durban City Tour with 1000 Hills.
Our tour guide Thaimi forgive spelling was awesome.
We began in Durban and went out to the country for Zulu history performance, couple of scenic stops along the way, reptile sanctuary and concluded with multiple stops within the city botanical gardens, harbour, city center, and aqua marine.
There was plenty of opportunities for photos and history lessons throughout.
We got back in plenty of time to freshing up and relax, before heading out to dinner.
Sotiri and his staff customized our trip to meet our special interests and once again, our high expectations were far exceeded! I wish it was possible to rate this HIGHER than the excellent 5 star rating!
It ended up I was the only one who booked the tour but they didn't cancel it. My guide Peter was very attentive. He took me to all interesting places in Durban. The valley of a thousand hills is also very interesting. I highly recommend it.
Trying to confirm our booking as requested by e-mail on arrival in Durban was somewhat of a pain! However, we were rung back by out guide, Chrostoph, who was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. as we only had the one full day free in Durban this tour was ideal.
A nice introduction for those not familiar with the city. The 1000 Hills is the most scenic part of the journey. Tour guide was friendly but had to be asked questions since little narrative was offered spontaneously.
Doc Nice Philippines
Learning about the rich history of the place and the culture of the Zulu was very interesting. I just wished there was more time, so that I could have explored more.
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