Discover the beauty of KwaZulu Natal, the sun-drenched beaches, the famous KwaZulu Natal battlefields and the magical African wilderness.
Located on the east coast of the country, Durban is constantly affected by the warm sea current flowing down its shoreline. Humidity is soaring.
The coast boasts beautiful beaches and warm water.
Experience the pulsating rhythm of the Zulu people through drums and dance on offer. You will never be short of things to do in Durban.
UShaka Marine World Theme Park is themed to perfection with African imagery, this marine park radiates fun and excitement all the way. The list of things to do is endless.
Water World offers a wide variety of wild water-propelled rides. There is an ample assortment of body slides, pools, water-rides and other wet experiences. This is a great place to spend basking in the sun… just don’t forget your sun block!
African Art Centre is a large outlet offering a wide range of local creative cultural works. It is aimed at promoting traditional inventive heritage of African people.
Blue Lagoon is Heaven on earth for fishermen, birdwatchers, and nature lovers, who can all enjoy the peaceful views and electrifying sea breeze of this lagoon.
Rorke's Drift is the site of a small mission station used by the British army as a hospital amongst other things.
It was bravely defended by a few hundred British soldiers when more than 4,000 Zulu impis attacked resulting in the most Victoria Crosses ever being awarded for a single military operation.Walks and horserides to view abundant game and birdlife are offered, and the graves of lieutenants Melvill and
Coghill, who lost their lives saving the Queen’s Colour, are on the property.
In addition to the twice daily game drives conducted in the latest Land Rovers, guests can experience a bush breakast, a bush dinner where guests can marvel at the African night sky and learn more about the solar system from the knowledgeable game rangers.
Bush walks with game rangers, field guides and specially trained trackers offers guests the chance to gain a varied insight into the local flora and fauana, learn about the uses of the plants and identify spoor too.
For the brave amongst us, a night walk with highly trained guides is available. Ideally carried out when there is full moon, providing enough light to walk without the assistance of torches of lamps.
No visit to Thanda Private Game Reserve would be complete without visiting the Vula Zulu Cultural Experience, a traditional homestead showcasing Zulu culture and history.
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