African Travel Inc. has announced that it is offering an opportunity to visit one of South Africa's most extraordinary regions - KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The package includes air fare from New York or Washington, D.C., discovery of Zulu culture and wildlife including the endangered African rhinos, and exploration of KwaZulu-Natal.
Dubbed “Zululand and Zebras”, the package is good for 10 days, enough time to allow guests to “discover Durban's unique character, influenced by the mixture of cultures from Europe, India and Africa; then venture out on safari and seek out the Big Five on two thrilling game drives daily; as well as enjoy luxury lodge accommodations amid the bushveld and dinners under the stars”.
A highlight for this trip is the meeting with Zulu people.
Durban is the busiest port in Africa and is a popular tourist destination. Durban's most popular beaches are located along the Golden Mile, with golden sands flowing from Vetchies Pier in the South, to the recently constructed Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World in the north. This stretch of Durban gives tourists many locations to enjoy the beach, play games, ride bicycles, and check out nearby restaurants. The city is also a gateway to the national parks and historic sites of Zululand and the Drakensberg.
Others to be done during this trip include: seeing views of the river and woodland from the deck of the lodge in theMkuze Falls Private Reserve. There is an opportunity to spot lions, leopards, elephants, white rhinos, buffalos, cheetahs, hippos, zebras, and plains game. There are also more than 400 species of birds in the area, including the fish eagle, giant kingfisher, Narina Trogon and the Purple-Crested Lourie.