We arrive in Durban, the capital of the Zulu Kingdom, and get involved in the “Surfers not street children” initiative. These street children turned surfers will give us professional surfing lessons and show us around town. Elzanne will take us on a very special guided walk through a mangrove forest. On Saturday we take the whole group out to the beautiful “Valley of a Thousand Hills “to help out at the “Inanda Valley Dog Project. Umzumbe Surfhouse is located on the tropical south coast of Natal and for the next two days we surf, relax and get an in depth workshop on the importance of relationships.
We then check into paradise! For five days we live the island style life and soak up the sun. During our stay here each student will do their PADI Discover Scuba Diving course. In the late afternoon’s we head off to small local beach-bar’s and curio shops. Ponta truly reflects a rural untouched Africa infused with a Portuguese-island mix. Enjoy great local food and hospitality.
Moya Tribe’s own version of an” Amazing Race” starts off with a hike to Catembe Bay where you will board the ferry to Maputo. From Maputo you will locate the train station, and take the journey to Komati Border post. From the border post you have to take a local taxi to the gate of Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve.
|2 Days||Umzumbe Surf House
Hibiscus Coast (South Coast)
|We take the street children with us to a volunteer outreach in the beautiful Valley of a Thousand Hills where we’ll feed stray puppies and teach the street children the importance of looking after their animals.
|2 Days||Surfers not street children||Spend the night at their shelter and share stories of life and surfing.
|5 Days||Ponta do oura
|We arrive at paradise and for the next five days the group will start and finish their PADI Discover Scuba Diving course. The group gets to explore a whole new world under the warm waters of the Mozambique. In the afternoon the group will also get the opportunity to surf some of the bay awesome waves.|
|2 Days||Inhaca Island and Maputo
|Day of Relaxation
Chartered house boat
Snorkel Inhaca Island’s famous reefs