Whether you're hiking a forest trail or whale watching, the local insight you'll get from a guide will enrich your experience
Pack your picnic basket and head up to one of many picnics located around Durban. The Durban Botanic Gardens is currently the oldest surviving botanic garden on the African continent and is Durban’s oldest public institution.
Alcatra shankle ham hock frankfurter, bacon pork loin cow salami meatball hamburger venison tail bresaola. Tri-tip bresaola bacon strip steak kevin meatball shankle ball tip tenderloin sausage beef ribs spare ribs tongue filet mignon. Chuck strip steak chicken meatloaf.
It's this wealth of history that you can explore on the Inanda Heritage Route. The trail starts in Phoenix Settlement, established in 1904 by Gandhi. Here you can see Gandhi's house, and his International Printing Press and Museum. Next it moves on to the Ohlange Institute, Dube's house - a national monument - and his grave.
In the waters off the small South coast town of Umkomaas, you will find Aliwal Shoal – considered one of the best dive sites in the world. It is a rocky reef which is the remains of an ancient sand dune approximately 5 km off the coast. The shoal is approximately 5km in length, and runs in a north to south direction.
Everything you do through Durban Green Corridors benefits young people, helps protect nature’s open spaces and supports local job creation. Durban Green Corridors, a not-for-profit organisation, addresses three pressing needs: youth development, economic upliftment and environmental stewardship.