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Shakaland - Zulu Cultural Center

Shakaland - Zulu Cultural Center - Richards Bay, South Africa
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Richards Bay, South Africa

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$121.49

Visit an authentic Zulu kraal, Shakaland, and watch the day to day activities of the people of this village. Learn about the many aspects of Zulu life from the people living it ... More info ›

Visit an authentic Zulu kraal, Shakaland, and watch the day to day activities of the people of this village. Learn about the many aspects of Zulu life from the people living it. Enjoy a traditional lunch in the kraal and watch the Zulus perform their local tribal dancing.

The many aspects of traditional Zulu life packed into one exhilarating day. Travel up the lush KwaZulu-Natal north coast into the sub-tropical beauty of Zululand and the nKwalini Valley. Atop a hill overlooking the uMhlatusi River, Shaka's birthplace, stands the largest Zulu kraal in all of Zululand - today it's a very much alive museum.

Here you will learn all about the culture and traditions of Zulus and witness the skill and artistry that goes into building their huts, making pottery, brewing beer and crafting beadwork and baskets. Sample the unusual beer, visit the iSangoma (witchdoctor), enjoy the grace and energy of the Zulu dancers and then tuck into a delicious lunchtime feast.

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Durban City Sightseeing Tour with Ushaka Marine World

Durban City Sightseeing Tour with Ushaka Marine World - Durban, South Africa
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Durban, South Africa

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$79.11

Discover the highlights of the city of Durban, with the morning dedicated to showing you the cultural and historical contrasts of this city.

Travel along the beachfront towards the harbor entrance where you can see anything from sari clad Indian ladies walking on the sand to traditional healers collecting bottles of seawater to use as muti (medicine).

Continue past Durban City Hall and the Playhouse Theatre complex to the Indian Markets, where you can get a taste of Indian culture. Enjoy the scents of spices and see the hawkers and herbalists ply their trades.

The tour then heads off to Durban's newest attraction: Ushaka Marine World, for lunch (not included).

Afterwards enjoy a guided tour of this world class facility, which will comprise a saltwater aquarium with both indoor and outdoor displays and exhibits of South Africa's unique Indian and Atlantic Ocean Marine life ... More info ›

Discover the highlights of the city of Durban, with the morning dedicated to showing you the cultural and historical contrasts of this city.

Travel along the beachfront towards the harbor entrance where you can see anything from sari clad Indian ladies walking on the sand to traditional healers collecting bottles of seawater to use as muti (medicine).

Continue past Durban City Hall and the Playhouse Theatre complex to the Indian Markets, where you can get a taste of Indian culture. Enjoy the scents of spices and see the hawkers and herbalists ply their trades.

The tour then heads off to Durban's newest attraction: Ushaka Marine World, for lunch (not included).

Afterwards enjoy a guided tour of this world class facility, which will comprise a saltwater aquarium with both indoor and outdoor displays and exhibits of South Africa's unique Indian and Atlantic Ocean Marine life. Also included is a wonderful Dolphin, Seal and Penguin show.

At the end of Durban's Golden Mile, is the beginning of a new world of fun, entertainment end excitement. Ushaka Marine World , spanning over 15 hectares of prime beach front, is Africa's largest marine theme park. Incorporating fresh and sea water, lush vegetation, natural materials and the recreation of a 1920's cargo ship wreck, Ushaka Marine World had created a magical world of sea and marine life.

The park is made up of 5 zones:

Sea World
Aquarium, dolphinarium, seal pool, dive tank, snorkel reef and lots more

Phantom Ship
Culinary delights at the Cargo Hold and Upper Deck

Wet 'n' Wild
A fun fresh water world of slides and pools for the adrenaline junkie

Ushaka Beach
Non-stop beach and surf action

Village Walk
There's nothing to beat the marine theme shopping adventure

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Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl Wine Tasting Private Tour from Cape Town

Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl Wine Tasting Private Tour from Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

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$84.76

Discover South Africa’s famous wine regions on this full-day private tour to Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. Leaving the city lights of Cape Town behind, you’ll tour four well-known wine estates, learning about the climate, grapes and soils that produce South Africa’s New World wines ... More info ›

Discover South Africa’s famous wine regions on this full-day private tour to Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. Leaving the city lights of Cape Town behind, you’ll tour four well-known wine estates, learning about the climate, grapes and soils that produce South Africa’s New World wines. Sample fine wines, dessert wines, chocolate, cheese and more on this must-do private wine tour!

Leave Cape Town behind and head off by luxury minivan to the Stellenbosch wine region – famous for its Mediterranean climate and fertile soils that help to produce millions of liters of wine each year.

Your first stop of the day is a small Stellenbosch wine estate called Muratie, much loved by locals, with bags of charm. Its traditional cellars are typified by ramshackle walls and worn paintings -- adding to its rustic charm. Sample the estate’s fortified wine and locally produced chocolate – a winning combination!

With your expert guide, hop back in your minivan and continue your journey northwest to the Paarl wine region, home to leading wine producers like Fairview and Nederburg. Stop at the Fairview Wine Estate and tour its large cellars, trying out several of their famed white wines and cheeses.

Lunch takes place in the gourmet capital of South Africa – Franschhoek – roughly 5 miles (8 km) away. Your private guide will point out the best sidewalk cafes and restaurants, and then leave you to enjoy lunch at your own expense.

In the early afternoon your tour continues to the La Motte or Haute Cabriere wine estate , another notable Franschhoek vineyard set high up in the Helderberg mountain range. The views from here are simply incredible, with surrounding vineyards that stretch as far as the eye can see. Soak up the views and sample the estate’s fine wines, leaning about the slow ripening of grapes in mountain viticulture.

Your last wine estate visit is Boschendal, one of South Africa’s oldest wine producers, with a wine-making heritage that dates back to the 17th century. The gorgeous farm estate houses state-of-the-art cellars, and it’s here that you’ll enjoy the day’s final wine-tasting session alongside rows of beautiful oak barrels. Relax on the journey back to Cape Town, where you’ll arrive in the early evening.

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Township Tour of Cape Town

Township Tour of Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$88.29

Originally built as areas of segregation, Cape Town's townships are experiencing new life. On this tour guests visit two key township central business districts, and learn about how the townships are shaping up as important central nodes ... More info ›

Originally built as areas of segregation, Cape Town's townships are experiencing new life. On this tour guests visit two key township central business districts, and learn about how the townships are shaping up as important central nodes. Explore some of the city's best known townships including its oldest, Langa, and its fastest growing, Khayelitsha. Interact with proactive community members who are shaping the future of the townships, and, by extension, the city.

South Africa’s townships were created as segregated places for blacks only, until the end of the Apartheid era. Usually located on city outskirts, the townships still exist today and while still facing undeniable problems, they hold the highest level of savings in the country, and are acknowledged by government as the economic future of the country.

After meeting your guide in Cape Town, you’ll head out by minivan to discover some of Cape Town’s most interesting townships, like Langa and Khayelitsha. Meet the local leaders who are making things happen for this vibrant community, and hear their views on some of the biggest questions surrounding their future: ‘What if the greatest value of savings were in the townships, and not in the wealthy areas? How will the townships become suburbs? What’s their future?’

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Durban City Sightseeing Tour

Durban City Sightseeing Tour - Durban, South Africa
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Durban, South Africa

From USD
$37.44

Experience Durban, a city of contrasts on the Durban City Sightseeing Tour. Shaped by the early Colonial settlers, see the city has developed from the indigenous Zulu population and the Indians who arrived as indentured laborers in the 19th Century.

Travel along the 'Golden Mile' beachfront towards the harbor entrance where you can see anything from sari clad Indian ladies walking on the sand to traditional healers collecting bottles of seawater to use as muti (medicine).

Continue past Durban City Hall and learn about its humorous history, before visiting the Phansi Museum, home to a collection of South African artifacts and traditions ... More info ›

Experience Durban, a city of contrasts on the Durban City Sightseeing Tour. Shaped by the early Colonial settlers, see the city has developed from the indigenous Zulu population and the Indians who arrived as indentured laborers in the 19th Century.

Travel along the 'Golden Mile' beachfront towards the harbor entrance where you can see anything from sari clad Indian ladies walking on the sand to traditional healers collecting bottles of seawater to use as muti (medicine).

Continue past Durban City Hall and learn about its humorous history, before visiting the Phansi Museum, home to a collection of South African artifacts and traditions. See beadworks, headrests, Zulu Clay Pots and various other treasures as you browse the museum with your expert guide.

Visit the bustling African/Indian Markets at Warwick Triangle – home to 9 distinct markets developed around Durban’s largest public transport interchange and where approximately 6000 street vendors ply their trade, to an average of 460 000 daily commuters – an authentic experience.

See Durban's Botanic Gardens, founded in 1849, where you'll find a mix of African, Asian and American trees. Throughout the tour your expert guide will introduce you to the rich Indian history of Durban.

Conclude with a visit to an icon of KwaZulu-Natal, the Moses Mabhida Stadium, where you will have the option of experiencing the cable car ride (for own account) to the top of the stadium for that phenomenal view of Durban and its surroundings.

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Table Mountain Bike Tour from Cape Town

Table Mountain Bike Tour from Cape Town - Cape Town, South Africa
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Cape Town, South Africa

From USD
$114.78

Unleash your adventurous streak on this three-hour mountain biking tour on Cape Town's iconic landmark, Table Mountain. Enjoy a fun-filled dirt track riding experience while discovering the true beauty of the mountain slopes!

Before hitting the tracks you will be picked up from your hotel in the Cape Town city centre.

This is the ideal way to experience the glorious nature of Table Mountain, on a fun dirt track on the back of a mountain bike ... More info ›

Unleash your adventurous streak on this three-hour mountain biking tour on Cape Town's iconic landmark, Table Mountain. Enjoy a fun-filled dirt track riding experience while discovering the true beauty of the mountain slopes!

Before hitting the tracks you will be picked up from your hotel in the Cape Town city centre.

This is the ideal way to experience the glorious nature of Table Mountain, on a fun dirt track on the back of a mountain bike. Experienced and passionate mountain guides lead you on the “Double Descent” route on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Discover your spirit of adventure on a fun-filled two-and-a-half-hour Double Descent ride, traversing the front side of the beautiful Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak, and the historic Government Gardens.

This biking adventure is suitable for experienced cyclists as well as those who want to try off-road biking, and it is suitable for all levels of fitness and ability. You will embark on exhilarating downhill off-road trails and private roads that lead around Devil’s Peak. The end of the ride leads to the only viewing point on the mountain that enjoys views of the False Bay and Table Bay in one terrific glance.

This mountain biking adventure route is full of opportunities to appreciate and enjoy the outstanding Cape Floral Kingdom of the Table Mountain National Park. You’ll be spoilt with the most fantastic views of Table Bay, Robben Island and the city, and your guide will share with you interesting information about the history and culture of Cape Town.

After an action-packed bike ride you will be returned to your hotel.

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