Formed by the Mzimklulwana River cutting through the Oribi Flats, the gorge is 24kms long, 5km wide and over 500m deep. It is named after the rare and elusive Oribi antelope. It is situated about 140km south of Durban.
Activities includes : Hiking through the gorge, swimming in the Mzimklulwana River, and the Oribi Gorge swing. If you are an adrenalin seeker this is one swing you do not want to miss. Standing on the edge of the gorge can be terrifying, but well worth the terror to reap the reward of flying through the air over the pristine Oribi Gorge environment.
Kloof Canopy Tours
Situated just outside Howick, about 140kms west of Durban is the Carl-Kloof Canopy tours which offer zip lining tours through the canopy of an ancient Yellow Wood forest, one of the last remaining natural forests in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal. This is a fun and exciting way of spending the morning or afternoon shooting through the trees many metres off the ground. This is also a bird watches paradise as you are able to observe many of the bird species that would normally be very difficult to view from the ground.
Stadium Big Swing: Situated at the new Moses Mabida Stadium, this new addition to the local tourist scene has people jumping off the top of the stadium attached to a thin line. After an exciting walk to the top of the stadium and a scary climb down an exposed ladder to get to the jumping platform, you are attached to the swing line. Once you have summon the courage you take the step off the platform and experience one of the most fun and exhilarating experiences of your life. You are also able to obtain a film of your experience.