Scenic Mosaic of Historical, Cultural, Wildlife & Holiday Attractions
Travel and storytelling blend seamlessly on this compelling journey to the historical Battlefields of KwaZulu-Natal.
Visit Giant’s Castle in the spectacular uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a moderate 3 kilometre hike through this majestic mountain range to the site of a cave adorned with ancient San rock painting, and then enjoy a relaxing lunch.
Venture into the wild lands of Zululand on this guided excursion into Africa’s oldest game reserve, the picturesque Hluhulwe-Umfolozi, home to the Big 5 and an abundance of other game and bird species.
Tour this vibrant port city shaped by Zulus, colonial settlers and the Indians who arrived as indentured labour. Visit the Kwa Muhle Museum (closed on Sunday) and the Durban Botanic Gardens where you taste a unique Bunny Chow.
Experience the wonders of South Africa’s extraordinarily diverse Indian and Atlantic Ocean marine life. This is the largest aquarium in the southern hemisphere with 500 metres of underwater viewing galleries and spectacular dolphin, seal and penguin shows.
Tour this vibrant port city shaped by Zulus, colonial settlers and the Indians who arrived as indentured labour in the 19th Century. You travel along the Indian Ocean beachfront known as the ‘Golden Mile’ before viewing the City Hall.