This is first and foremost a sincere conversation between you and the city. Start the day strolling through Africa’s oldest surviving Botanical Gardens with a passionate horticulturalist tapping into its history and unique collection. Meet the loneliest men on the planet (it's not us) and discover the secret to invisibility. Glenwood is considered by us as the Arts Quarter of Durban. Unlock this trendy suburb on foot with local artists Mooki Lion or Dane Stops and track down the public portfolios of street artists. Time to meet Mama Nkosi known to us as the dancing curator of Phansi — she is the head honcho of one of the largest collections of indigenous art and craft in KwaZulu Natal. Explore indigenous beliefs and tribal culture. Tuck into lunch (own cost) and sample the popular flavours and tastes of Durban — ever tried a bunny chow? With your energy levels restored, enter into the beating heart of the city— the Markets of Warwick — with NGO Asiye eTafuleni where you’ll meet merchants peddling their wares. Learn about the history, significance and future of this remarkable space. Drive through the city centre as we bring it to life with historical anecdotes. Finish the day at the creative hub that is Station Drive Precinct and enjoy an artisan gelato tasting with local creatives. Tours are run by Atang Sauli & Justin Perumal or, if you're really lucky, us both.
It is said that Durban doesn't wear its charm on its sleeve. Its charm needs to be sought out, sometimes squeezed out. Our days are spent doing just that. Born in Durban. Studied in Europe. Explored the globe. Co-Founders of Wild Routes Africa. We (Atang Sauli & Justin Perumal) are on a mission to reimagine how this city of ours is experienced. How? Well we need to keep some secrets but let's just say we make a point of knowing the most interesting people in the Zulu Kingdom. Being super passionate about progress and being constructive within the spaces we inhabit. Some specialist speakers who feature on our tour include: 1. Vishnu Naidoo — Passionate Horticulturalist 2. Phumzile Nkosi — Indigenous Museum Curator 3. Patrick Ndlovu or Dumi — Asiye eTafuleni Programme officer 4. Mooki Lion or Dane Stops — Local Street Artists
All Entrance Fees & Activities
Hyundai H1 Vehicle : 01 - 10 people
Durban Botanical Gardens — oldest surviving botanical gardens in Africa Glenwood street art walk — Durban arts quarter Phansi Museum — indigenous art & craft museum CaneCutters Restaurant — winner of the best bunny chow in Durban Markets of Warwick — the heartbeat of the city (local market) Durban City Centre — historical building and sites Station Drive Precinct — trendy loop within the city
예약 가능 여부
만 12세 이상의 게스트 최대 10명 참여 가능 Be cool and smile.
정부 발급 신분증
신분증상의 사진과 대조할 수 있는 본인 사진을 찍어야 합니다. 이를 통해 에어비앤비가 체험에 참가하는 게스트를 확인할 수 있습니다. 이 절차는 한 번만 완료하시면 됩니다.
Wear comfortable shoes. Carry money for lunch and personal expenses. It is safe for you to carry your cameras. If it is raining please carry an umbrella or raincoat. You will be able to leave your stuff in our vehicle if it's not required.
An insiders journey through Durban
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