Durban, known locally as “Surf City” is the coastal gateway to the Kwa-Zulu Natal province which is home to some fantastic game reserves, national parks and the imposing Drakensberg Mountains.
We have carefully selected some private day tours below which will help you explore the countryside, these are operated by a specially chosen affiliate company and and we guarantee they will be conducted at your own pace, your guide will remain flexible and where possible customise the day to suit your specific requirements.

Private Shakaland Experience

Tour Description The private Shakaland Experience is a tour that delves into the background behind one of the most influential Kings in the Zulu legacy, King Shaka. At the specially created traditional Zulu

Private Sani Pass and Lesotho

Tour Description For those with a sense of adventure, a 4×4 drive up the highest road pass in Africa will certainly provide you with a hefty dose of adrenalin. For your efforts, you’ll

Private Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift

Tour Description If you enjoy a really great story, the Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift Battlefields tour is for you, it’s both a thriller and a drama. KwaZulu-Natal is rich in Anglo-Zulu war history,

Private Durban City (Half Day)

Tour Description Durban is a busy, multicultural city shaped with a long history with the early colonial settlers, indigenous Zulu population, and the Indian community who arrived as labourers in the 19th century, signed to 25

Private Drakensberg World Heritage tour

Tour Description On this private Drakensberg day tour we visit the World Heritage Site of Giant's Castle, in the spectacular Drakensberg Mountains and view the enigmatic Bushman paintings, dating back 2000 years!

Private Durban Highlights

Tour Description If you want to get to grips with Durban, this full day private tour is for you. Ample time to discover the cultural and historical contrasts of this city…before spending time

Private Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Safari


Safari Description The magnificent Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park is not only home to 84 species of game and the Big 5, but it’s the oldest proclaimed reserve in Africa and world-renowned for its highly successful