Arrive at the Village in the morning and start your tour by walking to the local river and learn about the importance of rivers in the Zulu culture where originally most activities like fetching of drinking/cooking water, laundry and love proposals are done. You will also get an opportunity of practicing carrying a 20 litre bucket of water to the village. Then walk to the Shembe Temple (authentic religious temple) and learn about this local religion and its church members. Proceed to a local traditional herbalist (iNyanga) or a spiritual healer (iSangoma) and hear from the horses mouth as to how one gets to this calling. Visit a family where you will have a mouth-watering traditional buffet lunch and have an opportunity of tasting 'umqombothi' (traditional Zulu beer). Locals will entertain you while having lunch and you will enjoy traditional music and Zulu dancing. Your tour ends.
I am a qualified and experienced tourist guide in Durban, KwaZulu Natal, specializing in authentic cultural experiences. Seeing a need from visitors, who are no longer happy about staged experiences, I have started conducting and providing authentic Zulu experiences which provide guests with one-in-a-lifetime opportunities where they immerse themselves with the locals, learning more about Zulu culture, tradition and customs. I have recently been in London and Ireland as part of South African Tourism's 'My South African Guide' campaign after I was shortlisted to be an ambassador for my culture
Traditional food and a soft drink
Arrive in the village and park your vehicle where you will start learning the Zulu way. Walking together we will share and hear stories that are unique to this village for hundreds of years. A visit to the river will give you a once in a lifetime experience where you, yourself will be learning to carry water the Zulu way. A visit to a 'sangoma' (healer) will give you an opportunity to have a 1:1 consultation and find out about your life.
年齢14歳以上の方10名まで参加できます。 This tour requires you to be comfortable walking over rough or uneven terrain. It may not be suitable for people with mobility or physical challenges.
We will be going to the living community and maybe kids and adults might be interacting with you in many ways.
Live like a Zulu, learn the Zulu way