Tourists can learn about authentic cultural experiences that might not currently be advertised and find guides who might take them to such places. The site will give local people with special cultural knowledge a platform to showcase their skills and market their services. Tourists are encouraged to share their experiences of eNanda and help local service providers improve and discover new opportunities for products and services.
This section focuses on the eNanda community, its organizations, institutions, and the activities of its people. For Gandhi, Dube, Shembe and other leaders, self-reliance and self-sufficiency were important values. Today one can find many community service initiatives and creative attempts by local people dedicated to helping others. Some of these can be visited by interested tourists. As the site is interactive, this section also contains anything that people of the eNanda community consider important.
eNanda is part of the eThekwini municipality and only 25km away from the bustling city centre of Durban, but due to its semi-rural character, much traditional Zulu culture is still practiced here. This section features indigenous knowledge, beliefs, rituals, and customs, many of which can be observed by interested visitors and tourists. However, this section is neither exclusively about traditional nor Zulu culture. eNanda has always been a place where different cultures co-exist and merge; the unique spirit of the place has evolved through cross-cultural fertilization. Today, eNanda’s culture and heritage consists of a rich diversity of cultural heritage practices that range from traditional Zulu rituals to contemporary South African township culture.