Durban Highlights Tour – Full Day
Departs Daily between 08h30 and 09h00 Returns at ±17h00
Enjoy a full day tour discovering the cultural and historical contrasts of the city, before being enthralled at Durban’s hottest attraction; uShaka Marine World.
- Drive along and view the ‘Golden Mile’ (Beachfront area).
- Visit the Phansi Museum – home to a collection of Southern African artifacts and traditions, including beadworks, headrests, Zulu clay pots and various other treasures. (closed on Sundays).
- Stop at Durban’s Botanic Gardens, founded in 1849 and home to a fine mix of African, Asian and American Trees.
- Discover the rich Indian history of Durban and experience the first taste of the unique “Bunny Chow” cuisine.
- Enjoy the spectacular and entertaining dolphin, seal and penguin shows
If you want to get to grips with Durban, this full day tour is for you. Ample time to discover the cultural and historical contrasts of this city…before spending time at the world class attraction: uShaka Marine World.
Our morning drive takes us along the newly restored Golden Mile, a wonderful promenade which stretches along the beachfront, before we move on to the fascinating Kwa Muhle Museum (closed Sundays) where we uncover the pasts harsh system of labor control.
We go ‘green’ thereafter, and head for the lush peace and tranquillity of Durban’s beautiful Botanic Gardens, founded in 1849 – the immaculate gardens house a fine mix of African, Asian and American trees, not to mention a superb orchid house.
To accompany our exploration of Indian culture and history, it’s Indian cuisine on the menu: get a taste of the unique Bunny Chow (included)!
We then proceed to an icon of Kwazulu Natal, the Moses Mabhida Stadium where you will have the option of experiencing the cable car ride (own account) to the top of the Stadium for that phenomenal view of Durban and its surroundings.
Afterwards, we’re going to sit back and be entertained at uShaka Marine World, where the dolphin, seal and penguin shows are not only spectacular, but fun and light hearted too!
Welcome to Durban.