Midlands Meander & Valley of the Thousand Hills Tour Combined:  R1950-00p.p.

See The Midlands Meander at the beautiful Howick Falls, A Sort Walk to Freedom at the Nelson Mandela Capture Sight, Learn Anout Nelson's History at the Apartheid Museum. Experience also  the Valley of a Thousand Hills on the same day. More hills than you can count. We also include a , Drive through Botha‚Äôs Hill, a stop at a rural Zulu traditional village called Phezulu to view the Zulu tradional Dancing and Historical way of life with Photographic opertunities and a very Late Lunch the Local Zulu way at a Township Restaurant and Pub. If Time allows, a last stop at Mahatma Gandhi Museum before we return Home.

Can You Handle All This? We can!

The "Beach Bush Berg" Tour Package!!            3 nights/4 days: from R6950-00 p.p. 

See best of KwaZulu Natal beaches, Bushveld and the Drakensberg, on our "Beach Bush Berg" Tour Package" Live Your Life to the fullest!!

3 star B&B Accommodations including Breakfast, Hluhluwe Tour BIG 5 Safari Tour, St. Lucia Hippo/croc Tour, Dolphin Viewing Ocean Safari, surfing Lessons tour or a visit to the best swim beach, Drakensberg Sani Pass and Lesotho 4x4 tour, All Inclusive. 

Your Passport to Adventure awaits!!! 


The "Best of KZN Complete " Tour Package!! 6 nights/7 days: from R14950-00 p.p. 

See best of KwaZulu Natal beaches, Bushveld, Battlefields, Ocean and the Drakensberg, on our "Best of KZN Complete" Tour Package" Live Your Life to the fullest!!

3 star B&B Accommodations including breakfast, Hluhluwe BIG 5 Safari Tour, St. Lucia Hippo/croc Tour, Whale Watching (Winter only), Swim With Sharks (options available), Shakaland Zulu Culture Tour, Battlefields Tour, Dolphin Viewing Ocean Safari, Durban City & Ushaka Marine World or surfing Lessons tour, Drakensberg Sani Pass and Lesotho 4x4 tour, and a Extra Day at Leisure on one of KZN best relaxing swimming Beaches. All Inclusive. 

Make Memories!!! 

Durban City Tour: from R750-00p.p.

See Durban City: Beach front known as the Golden Mile, Durban Harbour, A Short Durban Walk to see City Hall, Post Office & Durban's Old Anglican Church, Brilliant views of Durban from Above on the Sky Lift at the top of Moses Madhida World Cup football Stadium. Enjoy a Famous Traditional Indian Culture Lunch at one of Durban's best kept secret at a Remote Restaurant (on Own account), You will also have the opportunity to buy affordable African Gifts at Victoria Indian Street Market while tasting great Indian home made spices.

All in True Durban fashion!! 

Optional Extra at R180-00pp: 2 hours spend at the World famous Ushaka Marine World, Featuring the largest aquarium in the southern hemisphere, with underground viewing galleries, extending 500 meters through a series of four superbly designed old ship wrecks, the uShaka aquarium is breathtaking. Each and every display was designed to represent not only the natural habitat of the sea creatures. See there Brilliant Dolphin Show!

 Micro Lighting, Crocodile Creek and Zipline forrest adventure Combined: from R1950-00p.p.

This Tour is for the Adventurous! Any Age above 10 years Allowed.

A 20 minute flight with pilot, Overlooking Land, the Beach and Ocean from the Sky,

A 2 Hour 1.5km Zip Line Adventure Tour and World First ParaZip!

1.5 Hour Adventure at Crocodile Creek, Learn and Meet the Large Nile Crocodiles!

Bee the Bird in the Sky! See Brilliant views! Be CrocTastic!!

Your Passport to Adventure Waits! Transport From and To Durban and Lunch included

Shakaland Zulu Culture Experience: from R1700-00p.p.

Learn about a traditional Zulu "Umuzi" or homestead, A unique resort built on the set of the movies, Shaka Zulu and John Ross. Feel the pulsating rhythm of mysterious and magical Africa as you re-live the excitement and romance of the days of Shaka Zulu, King of the Zulus, in this authentic re-creation of the Great Kraal overlooking the Phobane Lake. Experience the sight of assegaai-wielding warriors, share the fascinating secrets of the Sangomas and witness traditional customs such as tribal dancing, spear making and the beer-drinking ceremonies. This way of life is still lived by many rural Zulus.