DRAKENSBERG, DURBAN SAFARI
7 DAY, 6 NIGHTS
The millions old Rock formation of the Drakensberg Mountain Range are the most desired tourist Attraction in Southern Africa, and also on the list of UNESCO-World Heritage site. The Sunny City of Durban is the third biggest Metro pole and a sought-after holiday destination. Summer or winter this subtropical climate and the warm current of the Indian Ocean creates a perfect opportunity for swimming and surfing.
Recommended Right through the year
What to look forward to:
Midlands Meander – For tens of thousands of years, what is now known as the Kwa-zulu Natal Midlands was home to groups of hunter-gatherers living in harmony with the forests and the earth, following animal tracks as they moved across the hillsides. The Midlands Meander offers the visitors some intriguing opportunities to look back at the multi-cultural history of the region.
The Midlands Meander has become South Africa’s leading arts and crafts rout and now includes a colourful variety of crafts. Activities include gentle country pursuits and eco-friendly adventures.
Valley of thousand Hills – One of the best-known scenic attraction of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Basically, thousand Hills are rolling down to the Umgeni River. This area is also well known for its African Artwork and is a home of many local Artists.
Howick Falls was considered a sacred site by the San People and Zulu legend has it that the spirit can take the form of a serpent which in habits the depths of the pool at its base. Another site of spiritual significance is the Game Pass Shelter at the Kamberg Rock Art Centre, Considered one of the best exhibits of rock painting in the world.
The Sunny City of Durban is the third biggest Metropole and a sought-after holiday destination. Summer or winter this subtropical climate and the warm current of the Indian Ocean creates a perfect opportunity for swimming and surfing. Durban is also the biggest Harbour town in Africa and UShaka Marine World is the fifth biggest Aquarium in the World.
50% non-refundable payment upon booking. However, the trip can be postponed to a later date. The remaining amount must be paid in cash on arrival. The prices can change due to exchange rate
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