10 Woodlands Road B&B and Self-Catering

10 Woodlands Road, Glenwood, Durban, 4001, South Africa
10 Woodlands Road B&B and Self-Catering
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Studying in Durban

by dana86

I am planning to study abroud for 4 months at the university of KwaZulu-Natal. Would you reccommend this amount of time in Durban despite all of the crime?

RE: Studying in Durban

by Gillybob

You would certainly get to see plenty of the places around Durban with a stay of that duration. My dad lives in Waterfall which is on the edge of the Valley of a Thousand Hills about 30 minutes drive outside Durban - its a beautiful place so be sure to get out that way one weekend. The crime really is only where you would expect to find it - so don't go looking is my motto. I get out to see Dad every 2 - 3 years and I've never had a bad experience whilst there but we don't tend to walk around Durban city centre - only the amphitheatre and beach front area for the Sunday morning flea market.

RE: Studying in Durban

by bikeruk

"Despite the crime".... i promise you that I am not being rude to you but and I do understand..., I HATE THAT PHRASE!! Im from Durban and have lived and travelled all over Africa.... and still do. Currently I live in a "posh" part of London and have been mugged twice, Had my car broken into twice lost a scooter and recently had a motorbike stolen. I have had the house ransacked not more than a week ago....... but in Durban.... NOTHING... its one of the friendliest big cities in SA... i will add that there are areas one should avioid at certain times... the beach front has been extensively cleaned up etc etc.... remember it is Africa so a sensible awareness is always called for but these are always worse case scenario. You will love study in Durban.... come up to my neck of the woods at the weekends for surfing.. thats Umhalanga. But I would suggest that you buy a cheap car. any more help.... give me a shout.

RE: Studying in Durban

by HOMEGIRL1965

noooooooooooooooooooo.not even at a univercity or technicon.

Travel Tips for Durban

ZULU LAND.

by PEE-WEE

Drive to Zululand passing the rolling hills of sugar cane fields and forest plantations. Visit Shakaland, a Zulu kraal, near Eshowe, in the Nkwalini valley. Cultural programme of Zulu traditions: beer brewing, spear making, hut building, pottery, weaving, traditional dress, Zulu etiquette and the layout and social structure of a kraal. Singing and tribal dancing. Typical Zulu meal served in an open rondavel overlooking Goedetru dam.

CROC PARK

by LoriPori

Located a short drive from Durban is the CROC PARK .Hans and I were fascinated with these huge creatures. We were there when it was feeding time and the keeper threw huge chunks of raw meat for the crocs to eat. They were not too ambitious though and the keeper had to prod them to get them to eat. "Come Come" he repeated, but their bellies were probably still too full.

One of the best in Durban

by MikeAtSea about Ile Maurice

This French restaurant by owner Robert Mauvis with a Creole underlining is strong competition to be one of the best restaurants in Durban.
The food and service in the exclusive venue is simply marvelous in particular if you like the combination of French dishes from the Island of Mauritius.

Suncoast Casino

by JackiKasner

The magnificent Art Déco SUNCOAST Casino & Entertainment World is an awesome place. During December 2005 it was one of the busiest Casino complexes in SA drawing just short of a million people. It has hosted world celebrities including Enrique Iglesias, Anna Kournikova, Danny Glover, Blu Cantrell, Ainsley Harriot, Robert Kyosaki and Bollywood stars Shahrukh Khan, Preity Zinta and Salman Khan... amongst many others.

SUNCOAST Beach is regarded as one of the best in SA and is rated alongside Clifton and Camps Bay in the Cape. The SUNCOAST SUNdeck, a grassed embankment bordered by layers of indigenous vegetated dunes looks onto an Indian Ocean which can be swum in for most of the year.

If that's not all, the facility hosts the city's most popular steakhouse, Havana Grill visited by amongst other celebs, the Springboks and Prince Harry! Its 8-cinema complex is one of the busiest in SA and, apart from screening the latest blockbusters offers locals an array of hot Bollywood movies. There are also a host of other popular restaurants like John Dory's Fish & Grill, Cape Town Fish Market (both seafood specialists), the Centre Court Buffet, Circus Circus and popular trendy brands like News Café and Mugg & Bean. Add popular take-aways like Nandos, Wimpy, Kentucky, Anant, Steers, Mozarts Ice Cream and celebrity haunt nite spot, Café Vacca Matta and you soon realise why SUNCOAST is known as the Place to Be! Come visit.

Scuba Diving at Aliwail Shoal

by GerryFM

Diving at Aliwal Shoal is an exciting experience. Rated by Jacques Cousteau as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world, it has a great reputation to live up to. Aliwal Shoal should not be confused with resort diving, as conditions are demanding - sometimes bumpy launches, swells and currents. This adds to the sense of adventure. The shoal lies 3 - 5 kms out to sea, so all divers are transported to the shoal on boats.

The average sea temperature is 24° and almost never falls below 20° c. From July to November, the ragged tooth sharks are on the shoal in abundance, as they annually migrate to the shoal which is their preferred resting ground. Dolphins are very frequently seen at the shoal, and both dolphins and whales on the launches. The shoal is home to over 1200 species of fish, as well as turtles, rays, manta's, angelfish and butterfly fish. Apart from raggies, there are other lesser known sharks on the shoal. Occasional sightings include great whites, tigers, white tips and whale sharks.

For those of you that are not qualified divers, you can book yourself onto one of the PADI dive courses (usually 4 day courses) and become a qualified diver. The course should cost less than US$180

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