The Durban city tour is the ideal introductory tour of Durban, a city together shaped by colonial settlers, the indigenous Zulu people and Indians who arrived as indentured laborers in the 19th century. Durban a coastal city in eastern South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province (also known as the Zulu Kingdom), is known for its African, Indian and colonial influences. Join us on this tour for more...Tour Highlighst: Kwa Muhle Museum, Victoria Street Market, Durban City Hall, Beachfront, uShaka Marine World, Durban ICC, Botanic Gardens Florida Road, iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium built for 2010 FIFA World Cup
The Durban city tour is the ideal introductory tour of Durban, a city together shaped by colonial settlers, the indigenous Zulu people, and Indians who arrived as indentured labourers in the 19th century. Drive along the ‘Golden Mile’ beachfront and stop off at Durban’s Botanical Gardens, founded in 1849.
The "muthi" (traditional Zulu herbs) section of Victoria market is a must-see. The allows visitors the opportunity to explore the mysterious world of African traditional healing.
Visit the Moses Mabhida Stadium - the iconic stadium built for 2010 FIFA World Cup. You will also 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.
The world-class uShaka Marine World is home to Africa’s largest dolphinarium, the globally respected uShaka Marine World entices you to explore the wonders of Africa’s vast ocean life.
The tour also includes a visit to trendy Florida Road known for its vibrant nightlife
After a 3-hour tour you will be taken back to your hotel.