Country & Coastal Touring

Tour’s in KwaZulu-Natal

Durban Harbour at Night
Durban Harbour at Night

We offer tours through out KwaZulu-Natal, from short half-day tours of the city of Durban, to full-day and overnight tours in and around Durban including a few game reserves, as well as longer 7 day tours featuring everything KwaZulu-Natal has too offer. Our tours have a bit of everything, from cultural experiences, to hair-raising adventures!

Some of the highlights include…

Lion
Male Lion

 
Big-5 Safari’s: The term “big-5” was based on the ferocity of these animals when cornered on a hunt, and although the animals themselves are wonderful and much sought after, there are so many more to view! One place to start is the the viewing is the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve. Instrumental in breeding the Rhino back from extinction as well as reintroducing the African Wild Dog into the area, the Park is known world wide for it’s amazing conservation efforts.


 

The Defense of Rorke's Drift
The Defense of Rorke's Drift

 
The Battlefields: In it’s pretty short history, KwaZulu-Natal has managed to rack up quite a number of battles. From the epic stand at Rourkes Drift and the killing fields at Spionkop, to the siege of Ladysmith and the hallowed site of Blood River, there’s a wealth of history to experience!


 

The Drakensberg World Heritage Site
The Drakensberg World Heritage Site

 
The ‘Berg: The uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park was inscripted in 2000 as a World Heritage Site. Known in Zulu as the “Barrier of Spears”, the mountain range is not just majestic and beautiful to behold, but has done much to influence the course of South Africa’s history as any other.


 

Shaka Zulu; King of the Zulu's
Shaka Zulu; King of the Zulu's

 
The Zulu Kingdom: Led by it’s most famous Warrior King, Shaka Zulu, the Zulu’s were established along the eastern coast of South Africa. As a culture that relied predominantely on cattle, the Zulu’s quickly butted up against the British and the “Boers” as suitable land in South Africa grew short, culminating eventually into the Anglo-Zulu war of 1878. Today the Zulu’s are as proud a people as ever and their traditions and life can be experienced and explored by visiting a number of cultural villages or even spending a day or two in the township.


 

Looking back at Durban from the pier.
Looking back at Durban from the pier. - scr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/yotut/308996092/

 
Indian Ocean: With the warm Indian ocean washing up again the shores of KwaZulu-Natal, it’s no wonder the ocean has become part and parcel of life in the region. Whale watching is available, as is shark-cage diving. There’s the world class uShaka Marine World as well as the “Greatest Shoal on Earth”, not too mention fishing trips, surfing, early morning and late evening ocean cruises.


 

 

KwaZulu-Natal has so much to offer, more than can be described here, so contact us today and let us help plan the perfect getaway for you!