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Dumazulu Cultural Tour

Dumazulu Half Day

All prices quoted are for a minimum group size of 10 people. For individual rates, please contact us.

Itinerary reference: AAT009871

Price: 1390.00

Rates include: Registered guide, air conditioned vehicle and above mentioned entries, meal

Rates excludes: Drinks

Duration: Four and a half hours

ITINERARY

Dumazulu Traditional Village & Lodge is situated in the heart of Zululand, near Hluhluwe. Visitors are able to enjoy an authentic African cultural experience.






Dumazulu represents the different tribal peoples of Southern Africa, including Zulu, Swazi, North Sotho, Xhosa, Venda, Tsonga, and Ndebele, and the interior is tastefully decorated in ethnic fabrics and tribal memorabilia. Dumazulu Village facilitates a cultural tour where guests can watch and learn about Zulu traditions including basket-weaving, spear and shield making, beadwork, pot-making, Sangoma bone-throwing and spectacular Zulu dancing.






The Dumazulu Traditional Village is home to over 50 Zulu residents forming part of a "living museum".

Dumazulu - meaning " Thundering Zulu" is the largest Zulu village of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the only tourist Zulu village to be opened by King Goodwill Zwelithini - placing the royal Zulu stamp of approval on the objectives and authenticity of Dumazulu. A qualified guide will accompany guests on a tour of the Village and explain the various ancient manufacturing traditions. The knowledgeable guide will also answer questions and provide insights into the heritage and culture of the Zulu nation.

The cultural experience culminates in a variety of spectacular Zulu dances. The Village is connected by walkways to the main dining area and bar where visitors can end off their tour enjoying a delicious meal and a cup of tea or coffee, followed by a visit to the world-renowned Curio shop for that reminiscing gift. An added attraction is the snake and crocodile park which consists of many indigenous and exotic reptiles. Game drives into the many surrounding Game Reserves and tours to nearby tourist attractions can also be arranged. The highlight is a spectacular Zulu dance which is awesome & vibrant.. The village has a bar facility as well as a great variety of curios






NOTES

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* PRICES and AVAILABILITY are subject to confirmation at time of booking.
* Quote is valid for 14 days only from above shown date.
* Prices quoted are on a per person sharing basis
* Prices quoted are only valid for the number of people quoted for - any increase or decrease in numbers will affect the price.
* All items of a personal nature, meals and drinks (unless stipulated), flights, airport taxes, fuel (unless stipulated), sightseeing
entrance fees, caddies, carts, golf accessories and all other unstipulated items are excluded.
* No booking can be guaranteed unless a 20% non-refundable deposit has been received
* Only once the deposit has been received will a booking be confirmed
* As availability is always checked before quoting, we can in no way be held responsible when it is no longer available due to the
time taken to confirm the quote

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