Lesotho -Sani Pass, the Route Begins at the Sani Pass Hotel Which Is 1566 M Above Sea Level, We Visit the Highest Pub in Africa Which Sits 2873m
For Sporty Times and a Sunny Tan Experience a Private Tour of Durban
Durban is situated in the heart of the east coast and is THE number one holiday destination in South Africa. For sporty times and a sunny tan experience a private tour of Durban
Located along the stunning Indian Ocean, with miles and miles beaches, bars and restaurants. Durban is luckily enough to have fabulous weather all year around.
This multicultural city is home to various cultures including Indian and Zulu cultures.
It is the main centre of world-class sports and host to major international events. It is a shopper’s paradise with first class shopping plaza and precincts, craft markets and street bazaars.
It is an entertainment and hospitality centre offering a broad range of accommodation from beachfront hotels to themed lodges, guesthouses, self-catering apartments and cosy B&Bs.
It is also a bustling commercial and manufacturing centre connected to the business capitals of the world and is built around one of the busiest ports in Africa
Cruise Into One of the Biggest Ports in South Africa With a Guided Tour of Durban
Durban Harbour, One of the biggest and busiest Ports in Africa. Ideal for tourists wishing to go on the many adventure safari private tours.
Cruise into one of the biggest ports in South Africa with a guided tour of Durban
There are many cruise transfers to take you around on guided tours of the city.
The bay is surrounded by a beautiful area of mangrove swamps.
This adds to the beauty the natural countryside but also provides an ideal living habitat for some animal species.
For the more adventurous, the port is busy with locals and tourists, who love to parasail or go kayaking!
If you fancy just people watching there are many cafes and restaurants surrounding the bay where you can sit and relax with a glass of wine.
Top 10 Things to Do in Durban
Travel Tips for Durban
The best time to take a trip to South Africa will depend on what you want from your it. Weatherwise, during the months from October to April, are recommended. October, November and April are the ideal months for private tours or sightseeing tours as the weather is cooler, there are fewer crowds and it may also be a slightly cheaper time. January and February are hot, so if it is just a beach holiday you are looking for, it is a perfect time.
Probably the most expensive thing about South Africa is getting there because when you are there, it is relatively inexpensive. The biggest expense is likely to be accommodation, but if you are not too fussy you can get a night in a b&b, with an evening meal, that is basic but clean for $60. Activities are more expensive in peak season, as are private tours, but shop around as prices vary with different tour operators.
Sadly, there is nowhere in the world that is crime free, so when in South Africa be careful of your belongings. Only carry enough money to do you for the day and keep it somewhere safe on your person as there are pickpockets everywhere. Never walk alone at night in unpopulated dark areas. Tipping in restaurants and bars is between 10-15 percent but never feel obliged to leave a tip if the service was a disaster.
South Africa has a lovely climate that is temperate with plenty of sunny, dry days. Winter is June, July and August when it is generally dry and cool with snow only falling in the mountainous regions. September and October are springtimes. Summer is December to February and it also is the rainfall season with The Cape getting most of the rainfall. It can get extremely hot during January but perfect for getting that golden tan you always wanted!
Lion park-birds of prey-Tala game reserve -Phezulu cultural village & Reptile Park day tour with a duration of 8 hours.
This Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park tour has a duration of 4 hours and also includes seeing the scenic Valley of 1,000 hills and experiencing Zulu culture