It’s finally here! Over a year in the making (thanks to Covid making it’s appearance) the the Valley of a 1000 Hills Visitors Guide is available for downloading. It’s a glossy, jam-packed source of information about where to go, where to stay and what to do in the Valley of a 1000 Hills.
Why Download the Visitors Guide
The Valley of a 1000 Hills is one of the largest tourism areas outside of Durban. We may be just a 20 minute easy car trip west of Durban (I’ve waited longer for fast food orders) but once in the area, there is so much to do that the last thing you and your family want to do is drive about hoping for the best.
The Visitors Guide is great for discovering exactly what there is the area for you and your family to do. You’ll discover more info about the markets that are held over the weekends, where the best place is to shop for keepsakes and curios, where to go fishing, view wildlife, hike cool forest trails or enjoy the chilled sounds of a jazz band in a Zulu township and more.
If it’s accommodation you’re after, the Valley of a 1000 Hills Visitors Guide will direct you to amazing lodges, hotels, backpackers and more bed and breakfast spots than you could shake a stick at. From 5 star accommodation, to home stays in rural township areas, to pet friendly B&B’s, there are so many options to choose from.
Of course we all need sustenance and there is no better place than the Valley of a 1000 Hills to find great coffee shops, restaurants, pancake houses and so many more mouth-watering delicious foods and drinks to devour.
In short, you don’t want the Visitors Guide, you need the Visitors Guide.
And before we forget, a great big shout out of thanks has to go to the “Visitors Guide” team of the 1000 Hills CTO led by Adrian, one of our esteemed and hardest working directors, and a big thank you to Durban Tourism staff, James, Thulani, and Sandile for making it all happen – you all rock!