Journey with our community guides to some of Durban’s most loved and best-kept destinations. Take in the rugged terrain and rich traditions of our rural landscape; feel the beat of our diverse urban fabric and be captivated by the unparalleled natural beauty of our rare ecosystems.

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The rugged terrain and rich traditions of our rural landscape; the beat of our diverse urban fabric and the unparalleled natural beauty of our rare ecosystems have been packaged into tourism experiences that serve as incubators for social and environmental initiatives.

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The Green Corridor Model looks to co-creation as a way to balance the needs of the environment with community prosperity and resilience.Teaching; restoring; growing; sustaining; programming; connecting; recycling and protecting are our tools for delivery.

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Green Corridors is a social-purpose and impact-focused organisation that aims to see communities thrive in balance with the habitats around them. 

Green Corridors co-creates open spaces in key local destinations that balance environmental ‘musts’ with the challenges and opportunities of the communities that live, work and thrive within them. From these spaces and our purpose-projects and tourism experiences have been activated adding the critical layer of socio-economic sustainability to our ecosystem. 

By employing a layered partnership structure, we look to ensure the sustained involvement of multiple stakeholders in any given area. This ensures a resilient structure that can survive the cyclical nature of commercial sponsorships and campaigns.

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The Molweni area between KwaDabeka and the Inanda Dam wall is one of the most pristine stretches of the uMngeni river and an incredible birding and ecotourism experience.

The self-drive Finfoot Loop, which can also be led by a local nature guide, takes nature-lovers along the uMngeni River below the eNanda Dam, through rural river gorges and spectacular cliffs.

This is one of the best ways to spot the rare and elusive African Finfoot, a species highly sought after by birders to add to their “life lists”. Other species such as the Gorgeous Bushshrike, various raptors and many more are popular finds on the tour.

  • This guided tour can take anything from a few hours to a full day.
  • This tour starts at GreenHub

Just south of KwaDabeka is Zazi Street in Clermont, fast receiving international acclaim as a tourist hotspot in Durban. Home to a vibrant mix of traders including grocery stores, Shabeens (local tavern) and Shisanyama restaurants, this is also the home of Joseph Shabalala, the founding member of Ladysmith Black Mambazo. KwaDabeka is also home to a GO!Durban Cycle Academy

park and the site of the 5th leg of the inaugural Red Bull Pump Track World Championship held in 2018.

  • Guided urban tours can be arranged through the GreenHub

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