Durban: Waterfront Canals Pedal Boat Rental
- Private group
- Duration: 1 hour
per group up to 2
per group up to 2
Rent a pedal boat and discover the Durban Point Waterfront Canals, a protected marine reserve with over 30 species of fish.
Sit back and relax as you make your way through the calm waters of the canals, keeping an eye out for the marine life below. With 11 pedal boats available, you can also enjoy this activity as a group. Come with family or friends and enjoy a fun outdoor activity in Durban.
The pedal boats are easy to operate, and each boat can accommodate two adults and two children, so bring your kids along for a fun family outing.
Learn more about the five ecosystems that make up this unique park. Discover the St Lucia Wetland Park’s and its internationally renowned beauty. Join a full day off-road exploration into this pristine Eastern Shores environment. This trip includes an ecological overview of the park, wonderful game-viewing, bird-watching, short walks, a light breakfast at Mission Rocks, visit to Cape Vidal beach with snorkeling if the tide permits (gear will be provided) and a full braai (barbecue) lunch with drinks, on an open game drive vehicle. Cape Vidal Resort is set in a bay that is sheltered by a rock reef. On either side lie kilometers of unspoiled beaches and inland lie fascinating wetlands and rich coastal dune forests. Humpback whales migrating north to Mozambique pass close to the shore at certain times of the year, while game fish such as marlin and sailfish attract anglers. Visitors often...
It was nothing short of amazing ! Loved every minute from spotting a number of different beautiful animals to the amazing sea view at breakfast and the delicious braai lunch . Our guide made sure that the trip is the most .
Enjoy a sunset cruise around the port of Durban and out to sea along the Durban Beachfront. Choose the 1-hour option to cruise leisurely around the port and see the activities going on in the port. If you would like to spend more time out on the open ocean, opt for an option with a duration of 2 hours or more. Start with a slow cruise through the port and towards the exit, taking about 25 minutes. Out at sea, look back at the beautiful city of Durban as the sun sets over it. Sail along the durban coastline as you take in the beauty. If you are very lucky, you might run into some dolphins. End the tour back where you started at Wilson's Wharf. If the wind is too strong or the sea rough the cruise will continue in the port only for your comfort and safety. The boat is equipped with all the required safety equipment, with children's life jackets available.
Get picked up bright and early at your hotel at 6 AM and start your trip toward the mountains. Make your way to Kamberg, part of the Northern Drakensberg mountain range and home to the Rosetta Stone of SAN (Bushman) rock art. Upon arrival, meet your anthropologist guide, Dr Jeremy Hollmann, a specialist in early civilization rock art in Southern Africa, and watch an introductory video to understand the context of the people who inhabited this area. Then, follow Dr. Hollmann through the rugged terrain all the way up to Game Pass Shelter where he will delve deeper into the anthropology of the SAN people. There are several spots along the way which he will bring to life with historical anecdotes and anthropological theories. At Game Pass Shelter, take in the mystery of Bushman rock art, and explore theories and beliefs that underpin the art and culture of the SAN/Bushmen of Southern Africa...
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A friendly and informative skipper took us on a comfortable drive around the port of Durban. He also played good music for us and provided good information for the children about the ocean, ships, exports and imports.
It was very educational tour, everything well explained. The stuff was friendly and great. Overall it's was excellent and informative about Harbour activities.
It was excellent. I have enjoyed a lot. I'm definetly doing it again and recommend it to anyone. I was so happy.
wow wow wow it was great excellent with a friendly skipper Mr Ngwenya explain indeed I really enjoyed Durban
It was a fun & exciting activity. It's therapeutic helps one to relax.