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Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park Tour from Durban

Highlights
  • Day trip to Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park from Durban
  • Enjoy an immersive Zulu cultural experience and meet a sangoma, or traditional healer
  • Visit with Ramesis, a 90-year-old Nile crocodile
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Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park Tour from Durban
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Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park Tour from Durban
From USD 82.28
Overview
Discover the incredible heritage of South Africa's Zulu people with a visit to Phezulu Cultural Village and Reptile Park. Depart Durban for KwaZulu-Natal's stunning Valley of 1000 Hills, where many Zulu people still reside. The park itself is known for its traditional beehive-shaped huts and hands-on experiences like Zulu spear making. Witness a colorful Zulu dance performance, then embark on an informative tour of the park's reptile portion where you'll learn first-hand about resident crocodiles and snakes, including the notorious green mamba.
What to Expect
The tour leaves Durban and travels to the Valley of 1000 Hills, home of PheZulu Cultural and Safari Park. Visitors are taken into traditional beehive shaped thatched huts, where the various artefacts, beliefs and rituals of the Zulu people are explained, giving visitors an insight into the fascinating Zulu culture. The Zulu dancing show (50 minutes) is impressive with the dancers in their traditional garb, showing off their skills with grace, agility and humour.
PheZulu also has a Crocodile and Snake park where guests will be taken on a guided tour by a knowledgeable local guide. They will learn interesting facts about crocodiles and snakes and have a hands-on experience with Cleo the Burmese python who weighs in at 42 kilograms.
TOUR ITINERARY
• PheZulu Zulu Cultural Village
• PheZulu Reptile Farm
• Valley of 1000 Hills.
Reviews (10)
1 - 5 of 8 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great experience

Visited the park in December with family. The Zulu dancing show was very entertaining. The host was very engaging. Although the just of the show was explained, I wished that there was some explanation of the dialogue. The dancers were happy to stand around for...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Devanai N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Visited reptile park

Went here with kids to visit reptile park. Loads of crocodiles of all sizes and many different types of snakes on display. Went to early to see feeding but still enjoyed a great deal. Entrance fee to reptile park is cheap. Also Zulu cultural village...More

Thank 679greigr
Reviewed 16 June 2018
Kudu Tourism

Beckie our guide was just the most delightful person and true professional and this tour with him encompassed a tour and lunch in The Valley of a Thousand Hills. This was a full day tour and Beckie was such a great guide and person to...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Maureen M
Reviewed 19 April 2018
interesting and fun

I found the reptile park quite interesting and the host for the zulu dancing show was very engaging, even for a smaller crowd. The tour guide and driver for the day Ndu Nene was great. He had worked with reptiles in the past and was...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Kyna L
Reviewed 8 February 2018
Very friendly people but too contrived for us.

We visited this attraction on a tour from our cruise ship. The scenery of the valley (once the mist lifted) is worth the trip. Because of the large numbers of visitors we were split into groups to shop first, see the dancing, visit the crocodiles...More

Date of experience: January 2018
1  Thank David D
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17 December 2018|
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Can we still visit Valley of 1000 hills today?
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