"Durban is a charming and cosmopolitan city home to Africa's largest port and a melting pot of people and cultures. Zulu warriors still abound in the battlefields South Africa's largest Indian community will enthrall you with their spicy cuisine and good old-fashioned English families still populate the Indian Ocean coastline. And what better way to experience the sights and sounds of Durban than from the back of with a guide to assist you every pedal of the way! So get out of that stuffy tour bus away from the traffic and urban jungle and join us for an enviromentally friendly and responsible adventure. We make our way along the Golden Mile to Blue Lagoon a place known for its bird watching-as well as being a fisherman's paradise. Turning around we then face the beautiful beachfront skyline as we head towards Durban's iconic 2010 World Cup stadium.As we coast down a tiny hill into a tunnel we are greeted on the other side by a spectacular panoramic view of the stadium. From there we will make our way back to Snell Parade where a post-ride coffee or cool drink awaits! There is no better way to celebrate our Eco-Active adventure as the sun s
"A tour dedicated to the discovery of the cultural and historical contrasts of this cosmopolitan city where east meets west. The drive will be along Durban's distinctive beachfront the Golden Mile past the art deco buildings and Ushaka Marine World to The Point at the harbor entrance.Drive along Victoria Embankment and through the city past buildings of historical significance such as the Natal Museum City Hall and the Play House Theater. Visit the colorful and lively Victoria Street Market filled with the aromas of Indian spices.The tour ends with a 15 minute walk through the Botanic Gardens (time permitting) before returning to your hotel."""
"You will be collected from your hotel and drive along the famous and recently renovated Golden Mile and marvel at the Indian Ocean.Passing by the Point Waterfront then venture into town to see the magnificent City Hall an almost replica of the City Hall of Belfast. Then it is onto Durban Harbour the 8th largest harbor in the world and also Africa's busiest port. The amazing views from the University of Natal id the next stop before visiting the multi cultural markets in Warwick Triangle where 6000 street vendors delight you with their goods.Durban's Botanic Gardens founded in 1849 are next. Then it is onto one of the world's most iconic stadiums
The Zulu herbalist, medicine man or iSangoma play a very important role in the day to day life of urban inhabitants in Durban. Yet it is not surprising that one would find a Zulu pharmacy with many of...