Embark on an 8-hour heritage tour of Durban and visit the homes and resting places of South Africa's most influential leaders. Uncover stories of luminaries, from Shaka Zulu to Mahatma Gandhi, and enjoy a break for a sizzling Shisa Nyama barbecue lunch.
What to Expect
Join a day's heritage tour across South Africa's third largest city, Durban, and stop off at the homes and resting places of some of the country's most influential figures.
Learn about the rise of the Zulus, the arrival of indentured Indian labor, the birth of Apartheid, and the resistance that formed to free a country from its racial shackles. Explore South Africa through the eyes of those that shaped the country, including the tribal king, Shaka Zulu; educator, John Dube; Nobel Peace Prize winner, Albert Luthuli; and Indian nationalist Mahatma Gandhi.
As well as discovering some of South Africa's most fascinating personalities, visit the sacred Mzinyathi Falls and investigate the country's colonial past in Durban's historical epicenter.
Enjoy a break to quell your appetite with a traditional Shisa Nyama barbecue at a beloved tavern in KwaMashu.
- Shisa Nyama lunch
- 500ml mineral water
What's Not Included
- Additional beverages and personal expenses