KwaZulu-Natal is one of the best destinations worldwide to visit if you’re after wildlife, conservation, adventure, sport, luxury or a combination of everything! From day tours and safari’s in the Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Game Reserve (the oldest proclaimed game reserve in Africa) to hiking in the uKhahlamba/Drakensburg Mountains (one of two UNESCO World Heritage site’s in KwaZulu-Natal), there’s sure to be something for everyone!
We have a number of pre-planned Durban day tours, just click on any of the links below to view a description of each tour. For further information on any of the tours offered, just drop us a line and we’ll be glad to answer any and all questions!
The prices indicated are for for a minimum of 2 people, we do offer group discounts so contact us today!
Durban’s short but fascinating history was shaped by a mixture of colonialists, farmers, Zulu’s and indentured Indian workers. Learn a bit about what makes Durban so alive and vibrant with this half day city tour.
This tour is perfect for visiting business people or those short on time but still want to get an understanding for Durban and her people.
This tour starts 8:30am; please note that lunch is not included.
Durban’s short but fascinating history was shaped by a mixture of colonialists, farmers, Zulu’s and indentured Indian workers. Learn a bit about what makes Durban so alive and vibrant with this full day city tour.
This tour starts at 9am, and visits a number of historic Durban landmarks. Lunch is included, as are all entry fees.
The cost of this tour is R850.00 per person (based on 2 x pax).
Durban has a short but fascinating past, with many “larger-than-life” characters and world-changing events shaping it into the city that we know and love today. On the Heritage tour we have an opportunity to explore and in some cases experience the past for ourselves thanks to the many museums dotted about Durban, from the well known KwaMuhle and Phansi museums to the not-so-well-known Bergtheil museum and Old Court House Museum.
Starting at 9am, this tour includes lunch and time-permitting, a visit to popular art and culture centers.
The cost of this tour is R850.00 per person (based on 2 x pax)
No visit to Durban is complete without a visit along the Inanda Freedom Trail which takes guests on a journey through the history of South African’s who helped to shape the South Africa we know today.
Lunch is included in this full day tour, which starts at 9am.
The cost of this tour is R1250 per person (based on 2 x pax)
Located just 45 minutes outside of Durban is Tala Game Reserve and PheZulu Safari Park; both of which are exciting places to visit. Tala is a wildlife sanctuary with well over 380 species of bird life as well Rhino, Kudu, Hippo, Giraffe and Sable Antelope in it’s 3000 hectares.
The PheZulu Safari park has over the years come to be the best place in the Highway area to get a taste of Zulu culture and custom with a small traditional village set up for visitors to explore. A unique show is also presented that gives visitors a little insight into traditional Zulu tradition.
Leaves Durban at 8:30am. Please note lunch is not included and is for the clients account.
The cost: R1650.00 per person (based on 2 x pax).
Isithumba is a small rural village located deep in the Valley of 1000 Hills. The village is home to the Zulu people who have opened their doors to allow visitors a peek into their daily lives.
We spend about 90 min being shown around the village by a local guide, meeting the Headman, as well as the Sangoma.
A visit to the PheZulu Safari Park is included in this day tour.
Leaves Durban at 8:30am and lunch is included.
The cost: R1650.00 per person (based on 2 x pax).
Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Park is not only one of Africa’s oldest proclaimed game reserves, but it was also instrumental in breeding the Rhino back from the edge of extinction and have now even turned their attention to one of Africa’s most endangered species, the African Wild Dog. For the birders, the Hluhluwe River Flood Plain is one of the only areas in the whole of South Africa where Yellow Throated, Pink Throated and Orange Throated Long Claw species can be seen together!
The park is an approximate 3 hour drive from Durban so an early 6:30am start is recommended.
Lunch is included, and an open-vehicle game drive is optional. Cost is R2050.00 per person (based on 2 x pax).
As the largest ethnic group in South Africa, the Zulu’s played a major role in shaping South Africa into the country it is today. The Zulu’s have a rich cultural background with ingrained traditions as relevant today as they were hundred’s of years ago!
The cultural village of Shakaland was built as a film set for the blockbuster serial “Shaka Zulu” and has since been used as a cultural village to give visitors an insight into one of the most endearing people of Southern Africa.
Starting at 7:30am, this tour includes lunch and all entry’s into the attractions.
Cost is R1950.00 per person (based on 2 x pax).
On the 22nd January 1879, two of South Africa’s biggest forces, the British commandered by Lord Chelmsford and the Zulu’s under Cetshwayo, clashed in the first real battle of theAnglo/Zulu war. The clash had been hovering on the verge on happening for a number of years and sound of British musket and the Zulu war cry of “uSuthu” was about to echo through the mists of time!
Isandlwana and Rorkes Drift will stand forever as examples for heroism and determination both by the British people as well as the Zulu people.
This tour requires an early start, leaving Durban at 6:30am, lunch is included. Cost is R1950.00 per person (based on 2 x pax)
The Sani Pass is the only road (pass) linking KwaZulu-Natal to the mountain kingdom of Lesotho. The pass requires a 4×4 motor vehicle to get to the top of the pass. A one-time mule trail for traders, the road has become well known in South Africa for it’s scenery and the fact that you need a 4×4 vehicle to travel to the top.
Leaves Durban at 6am, lunch is included at the highest pub in Africa! Cost is R2050.00 per person (based on 2 x pax).
Please note that passports are required!
Country & Coastal Touring CC are based in the city of Durban, South Africa. All our tours are undertaken by qualified tour guides registered with the Department of Tourism in South Africa, and all our vehicles are registered for public transport. All tours are designed with the safety and comfort of our guests in mind.Physical Address: 38 Horseshoe Crescent, Waterfall, Durban 3610