Urban eNanda Tour Cost is R 500 Per Person Including Transport & A Traditional Shish Nyama Lunch.

You will be picked up from GreenHub and taken to the eNanda Seminary, an independent, girls' secondary school situated in Inanda township near Durban, South Africa. Since 1869 it has built a proud reputation for educating black South African women who have gone into the world exemplifying the school’s motto of Shine Where You Are.

You will then be whisked off to the Ohlange Institute and Gandhi Settlement. You will learn the story of ‘’Madiba’s first Vote’’, introducing you to the life of the first ANC president Langalibalele Mafukuzela Dube as you walk through the century old Ohlange Institute and visit Dube’s monument. Your Tour Guide will introduce you to many organisations built on a philosophy of engagement, upliftment and on-going perseverance that will leave you inspired and overwhelmed. The equally impactful history takes you to Satyagraha House, the place where Mahatma Gandhi lived for 21 years. Gain insight into his way of life and the values he imparted on a community who still actively live by them and communicated to the world in various ways. There you will find a township that is rich in history and culture of days gone by. What is so fascinating is that this rich history and culture determine the present way of how the folk in this township live.

Your day ends with the magnificent eNanda Mountain Viewpoint, an epic spot with cliffs plummeting down to the shores of Inanda Dam. The views are simply staggering, arguably the best outlook anywhere in Durban, also an amazing bird watching site, when birds of prey catch the thermals off the cliff face and glide up right in front of you. This is the sort of place you can just sit and look and look and look. After enjoying an exciting day of awesome experiences, you will be transported back to GreenHub.

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Wild eNanda  – Cost is R 600 per Person Including Transport & A Traditional Shish Nyama Lunch.

You will be picked up from GreenHub and taken to the eNanda Adventure Park to enjoy a Guided Canoe Experience. You can paddle up the dam taking in the breathtakingly beautiful scenery and even spot some bird-life along the way.

You will then be whisked off to the uMzinyathi Gorge and discover its beautiful Waterfall and pristine valley vegetation. You will enjoy a 300m hike down into the gorge where you are stunned by a sacred cliff face cave, which has been used by Rastafarians as a place for their spiritual traditions. On your way down to the Rasta caves you will be amazed by views of the magnificent uMzinyathi waterfall from all angles. You will also encounter a real-life Rastafarian, who will explain his culture, the Rastafarian people, their religion as well as view the Rastafarian temple, caves and rock houses (which they live in) as well as ancient Ethiopians writing and their way of life to you.

Your day ends with the magnificent eNanda Mountain Viewpoint, an epic spot with cliffs plummeting down to the shores of Inanda Dam. The views are simply staggering, arguably the best outlook anywhere in Durban, also an amazing bird watching site, when birds of prey catch the thermals off the cliff face and glide up right in front of you. This is the sort of place you can just sit and look and look and look. After enjoying an exciting day of awesome experiences, you will be transported back to GreenHub.

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Half Day Estuary Activities - 9am-12pm, Cost is R200 Per Person.

You will meet the Group at the Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve for the start of an awesome fun filled day. Located at the mouth of the uMngeni River, lies one of the southern-most Mangrove systems in the world and one of the rarest habitats in South Africa, where you will enjoy a guided nature trail and enjoy an informative & educational few hours. You will find a fascinating variety of birds (including Fish eagles, Pelicans, Kingfishers and range of rare waterfowl in summer), learn about the rich history and culture of the area and get introduced to interesting information on trees and the ecology of the mangrove areas.

A guided walk along a boardwalk and meandering pathways will expose you to fascinating information on trees and the ecology of the mangrove areas – one the rarest habitats in South Africa. Enjoy stories of the rich history of the area.

Thereafter enjoy an hour Guided Canoe Experience, starting at the mouth of the uMngeni river, locally known as Blue Lagoon, taking you up river to Connaught Bridge and back down towards the river mouthThe uMngeni River is famous for its beautiful estuary, where the river’s freshwater joins the salty sea, creating the perfect environment for a huge mangrove population – one of the southern-most systems in the world. Gain insight into the river’s flora and history of the estuary river diversion, and spot Cormorants, Egyptian Goose, Grey Herons and Pelicans along the way.

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