Kwazulu Natal is South Africa’s third smallest province, which has a wealth of scenic and cultural attractions.You will explore the history of South Africas battlefields by walking in the footsteps of the great warriors. You can enjoy outdoor adventures and scenic beauty.
Join us on a visit to the Origins Centre, the Cradle of Humankind and the Sterkfontein Caves. Sterkfontein Caves is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world and has produced many significant finds including many of our early hominid ancestors. Experience this active archaeological site by climbing down into the cave and exploring its many interesting chambers. Begin the Cradle of Humankind visit by taking a boat trip back in time to the earth’s formation. After an informative tour by our archaeologist, guests will be given time to explore and examine their past through a number of hands-on exhibits. The mysteries of our past will come alive! Departure date: On request.
Lobamba is one of oldest and most famous villages in The Kingdom of eSwatini and a great place to learn about the way Swazi people live today. Start this guided trip with an intro to Swazi history at the National Museum, then you will go past the King’s royal residence, before exploring homes, unique local businesses and art galleries. The tour ends at the market with a delicious traditional Swazi lunch. This is a fantastic cultural experience full of fun. Departure date: On request. Includes: Traditional Swazi lunch Museum entrance fee Kindly note that the prices and accommodation are subject to change based on date, availability and special requests. So please do not
Our driver will collect you in the morning and drive you along the coast, to the estate. When you arrive at the estate you can have a nice lunch, and the tour will start round 14.00. You will go on a tractor ride, go on a nature walk, learn about the San hunting skills and visit the replica of a traditional San village. It will be an experience you will never forget! Departure date: Tuesday-Sunday, 10.00-18.00 Included in the rate is: Transfer from Cape Town central Guided tour on the estate Kindly note that the prices and accommodation are subject to change based on date, availability and special requests. So please do not hesitate
This tour will bring you to the Valley of thousand Hills where you meet the Zulu community. In the Valley of thousand Hills you will see how the Zulu’s live and work together to transform their communities.You are invited to real life, this is not a created cultural village so every day brings new and exciting different things to experience and part-take in! You will be met by a local guide somewhere central to go together to the Valley of thousand Hills. When you arrive at the Valley you will walk together through the Zulu community. The guide will tell you about the history, culture and issues in the Valley. You will have a local lunch
Meet up with musicians and enjoy the vibe of the Jazz tour. To get to know the rhythm of a culture you need to get to know the rhythms of its music. On this special music journey we are going to travel deep inside the jazz music of the city, by visiting local jazz musicians in their homes. Any seasoned traveller will tell you that to truly get to know the rhythm of a culture, you need to get to know the rhythms of its music. And in Cape Town, that means jazz. Cape Jazz is a distinctive mix of western and African influences, with riffs borrowed from all the kindred ports of the world,
The Fairtrade Soweto Tour will give you the opportunity to experience the Soweto Township at its purest. The Fairtrade Sowetotour will start with a glimpse of Baragwanath Hospital en route to Kliptown. This is where the Freedom Charted was adopted in 1955. Learn Tsotsi Taal (a language spoken by the locals), visit a day care centre, and a hostel to experience the effects of apartheid. Visit a local home and experience the vibe in Meadowlands. We will visit the Hector Pietersen Museum and the Vilakazo precinct. This is home to 2 former Nobel Peace Prize Winners – Bishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela. Visit one of the many projects that find place in and around
Do you want to discover a township from a different perspective? We offer you an unique and pure 3-4 hour walking township experience. The focus lies on local interaction. We want you to get to know the locals, to hear their stories, tell them yours and to . Get to know the real Khayelitsha The tour starts at Cape Town Taxi station where you are picked up by one of our local guides. You will go with local transport to the biggest township of Cape Town, Khayelitsha. Khayelitsha means ‘New Home‘ in Xhosa, one of the eleven official languages in South Africa. En route to Khayelitsha you can meet and chat with locals. Upon
It cannot get more local than this! Join us on a weekend get-away to the vibey township Gugulethu. Meet the locals, experience local culture and food, learn about the history and local ways on this trip. Spend 24 hours in the Cape Town suburbs living like a local! Explore South Africa on a township overnight tour. On Saturday afternoon, 4pm, you will meet your local guide at the Cape Town City train station. From here you will travel, by train, to Heideveld station. Upon arrival in Heideveld your guide will take you on a short walking tour to the O.R. Tambo settlement in Gugulethu. On this first walk you will get be introduced to
Forget the high tea in the Mount Nelson hotel in Cape Town and experience an unique, personal and local high tea in the biggest township surrounding Cape Town, Khayelitsha. Meet local entrepreneurs on a half day walking tour with a relaxing pit-stop at the first coffee shop in the townships, Department of Coffee. Let your local guide introduce you to the vibrant world of the township. Entrepreneurship, dedication and inspiration. ou will be met by your local guide at Cape Town central train station. From here you will jointly depart the city bowl by local transport. In Khayelitsha your local guide will welcome you to the area he grew up in on foot. During the day you will
L’TEES is unlike the typical community restaurant, they combine unique home cooked food at reasonable prices with an entertaining atmosphere. This special combination of traditional hospitality and delicious home cooked meals makes L’TEES a must do experience when you are in Knysna. L’TEES is inspired by the diversity of the South African culture and has created a menu which will appeal to its diverse clientele. This is a wonderful place which combines a cosy atmosphere and scrumptious food. LTEE’S mission is to give you great food and great service. Employee welfare is of great importance to them, as everyone is treated with respect. This unique and innovative dining experience differentiates them from their competition.