Check out Durban's hotspots and enjoy a barbecue lunch in an outlying township on this South African day tour. Check out the lively Markets of Warwick, see where Gandhi used to live, and visit a family home for a first-hand experience of township life.
What to Expect
Discover the culture and colonial heritage of Durban, starting with a visit to Elephant House; the city's oldest standing residence which dates back to the 1850s. Enjoy panoramic views of Durban from Gecko Moon lookout point, then venture into the Durban's lively center.
Meander through the bustling Markets of Warwick, where over 6,000 street vendors sell everything from beads and crafts to traditional medicines, fruits, and freshly-cooked cows' heads.
Head out of town to visit 2 of Durban's largest townships: KwaMashu and Inanda. Visit the Gandhi Museum, where Gandhi lived for 21 years while working to improve the civil rights of South Africa's oppressed communities.
See where Nelson Mandela voted in the country's first democratic elections at Dr. John Dube's Ohlange High School. Then indulge in a quart of beer and meet the locals outside a spaza shop, before enjoying a delicious barbecue at a popular local tavern.
This comprehensive tour of Durban concludes with a visit to a family home for a first-hand experience of township life.
- Shisa nyama barbecue lunch
- Bottled water (500 ml)
What's Not Included
- Additional beverages
- Personal expenses
Know Before You Go
Shisa nyama is a traditional barbecued lunch. Please advise the supplier of any dietary requirements.
Please call to inquire about group rates or optional overnight stays.