The Sani Pass Lesotho 4x4 tour leaves from Durban and stops at the capital of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg. Your guide will give you a short tour of the city and visit Mahatma Gandhi’s statue by Pietermaritzburg City Hall. Afterwards the tour moves towards the Drakensberg Mountains and up to the Sani Pass in Lesotho. At the top you will have a meal at the highest pub in Africa and visit a local Lesotho village be fore returning down the pass towards to Durban.
• 12 hours
The Lion Park, in the Natal Midlands is a wildlife haven not far from the major cities of Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It is just 25 km from Pietermaritzburg and just over 14km from the town of Camperdown. Here you can enjoy a game drive through the park with lion feedings taking place at irregular intervals. Proceed to Tala Private Game Reserve, a wildlife conservancy hidden in the hills of a quiet farming community not far from Durban in KwaZulu-Natal. Tala is relatively small, with no large predators, so the wildlife is relaxed and visible at any time of the day. Tala is very well stocked with a diversity of game, ranging from the tiny mongoose up to the biggest of all southern African antelope – the Eland. Lunch, bottled water and snacks included in the price
• 8 hours
Explore, indulge and dream amongst the gentle hills and warm-hearted people who call the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands home. The Midlands Meander route is situated between the city of Pietermaritzburg in the East and the majestic uKhahlamba Drakensberg mountain range (a World Heritage Site) in the West, in the uMgungundlovu district, one of eight regions of the ‘Zulu Kingdom’. Walk in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela as you journey to the rustic place where he was captured more than 50 years ago. The Nelson Mandela capture site is now a powerful and poignant memorial to a critical moment in South African history – and the start of Mandela’s 27 years in captivity. Be mesmerized by the beauty of Howick Falls, take a walk along a trail and spend time at some of the intriguing shops to be found in Howick.
• 12 hours
HIGHLIGHTS This Tour is meant for you stop that you can cover the best that KwaZuluNatal has to offer_The Drakensburg Mountain,Battlefields and the ZuluLand It is a Tour which brings together the magnificent scenery,both historical and natural heritage of this Province. Small group ensures Personal Service Informative friendly and professional Guide Multi_Day Trip See some of the Native WildLife in their Natural Environment Highlights of this Tour include the Natal Midlands,UNESCO World heritage site,the Drakensburg and St Lucia wetlands.the world Ren_owned Battlefields of the Anglo Zulu and Boer War and the Zulu Cultural Village.
• 3 days
Join an 8 hour tour to the Nelson Mandela Capture Site. You also have the opportunity to see Pietermaritzburg, which is KwaZulu-Natal's capital city, the beautiful Howick Falls, Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park both situated at the Valley of a Thousand Hills.
• 8 hours
The tour starts off with a short visit to Pietermaritzburg, the capital of KwaZulu Natal. We then head towards the Giants Castle Reserve in Drakensberg Mountain range to visit the cave paintings. Access to the caves requires a 40 minute leisurely walk along a trail. After the guided tour at the caves, we head to Howick falls before visiting the Nelson Mandela Capture Site Sculpture and Apartheid museum.
• 11 hours