This is one of Durban's most interesting experiences.
Your guide will show you the way to the uMzinyathi Gorge and discover its waterfall and pristine valley vegetation. And when you think you have seen it all, you'll take a hike down into the steep 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 get a view of the magnificent uMzinyathi waterfall. The path down to the Rasta caves is rocky and when it rains it can be slippery, so it is advised you were proper hiking shoes, the distance however is only about 300m. At arrival you will learn about the Rasatafrian people, their religion as well as view the Rastafarian temple, caves and rock houses (which they live in) as well as ancient Ethiopians writing.
This tour takes around two hours, we recommend good hiking boots and the hike down can be slippery in wet weather, as a result, we recommend a fair level of fitness.
Tour was great and Cosmos a terrific guide. Only constructive feedback i would give is to train Cosmos up a little more on the geology of the areas he takes you too... Will definitely be back! - Tarin Searle
An experience i will never forget enjoyed throughly very nice and friendly hosts looking forward to repeating the tour next year - paul anthony
It was a lot of fun. - Stewart Charlton
Really enjoyed the caves tour, especially the waterfall. Please advise your patrons to be really fit before attempting the tour. Sanele was a great guide and was very helpful - Vuyiswa Makisi
The tour was really nice. Really learnt soo much from our guide. I think the only think maybe, green hub should provide transportation, and include it in the costs. And maybe take a group of people, Other than that, it was a good experience. - Leona Naidoo