Experience traditional Zulu culture and customs on this tour of Shakaland near Eshowe and enjoy the grace and energy of the Zulu dancers. A stay over at the establishment also includes a cultural show where one can experience the art of spear making, Beer Making and Stick Fighting.
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This cradle of the Zulu nation holds the graves of the Kings Zulu, Phunga, Mageba, Ndaba, Jama, Senzangakhona and DinuZulu.
Nelson Mandela Capture Site
This is a place in the history of South Africa, which has enormous significance because it's where Nelson Mandela long walk to freedom was interrupted for 27 years on the R103, the old main road 5km from Howick, where he was captured on his return journey to Johannesburg.
Tel: 033 330 8195More info about this experience
A museum which is central to the lives of every African who lived and worked in Durban between 1928 and 1986.
The Mahatma Gandi settlement
A historical landmark which depicts the life of Mahatma Gandhi and his plight for democracy. The Phoenix Settlement, established by Mahatma Gandhi in 1904, is situated on the north-western edge of Inanda, some 20 kilometres north of Durban. The Settlement, devoted to Gandhi’s principles of Satyagraha (passive resistance) has played an important spiritual and political role throughout its long history, promoting justice, peace and equality.
Phezulu Safari Park
Experience traditional Zulu culture and customs and enjoy the grace and energy of the Zulu dancers. Also visit the croc and vernom centre and go on a game drive where antelopes can be spotted.
Tel: 031 777 1000More info about this experience
Albert Luthuli Musuem
Take a virtual tour through the Luthuli Musuem collections by visiting their online catalogue. Chief Albert Luthuli became the first African to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent stance in the fight for liberation.
Tel: 032 559 6822More info about this experience