Road Lodge Durban

Cnr Braam Fischer and KE Masinga Roads, Durban, 4056, South Africa
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Internship in Durban

by Quick_silver_

Hi everyone!
I'm from moscow (Russia) I've got an internship offer with consulting company in Durban. i really wanna go, but everybody says that the crime is really high there. is that true or as always exaggerated. how safe is it for a young girl who lives alone? (though the company promised to locate me in the safest district). The office is located in Overport City. is it safe area?
How much is the car rent? what is budget option to buy a car?
The R1000 living allowance is enough? Can i live on R5000 per month (excl. appartment).
I have so many questions, because i've never been to africa. though i have a rich experience of traveling and living abroad.
all the answers are highly appreciated. thanks,
Maria

Re: Internship in Durban

by mvtouring

Hi Maria,
The crime is bad, but then again it is also bad in Moscow and as long as you are street smart you will be ok. I do not know Durban that well, so unfortunately cannot assist you regarding the accommodation and the area where you will be working, but I am sure that your company will put you in a good and safe area. You can get some nice cheap cars here like the Hyundai Atos for R79,000. Car hire you can try budget and see what they will charge you, else speak to the HR people at your company and ask them to assist, they might get even better rates. R5000 per month to live on should be more than enough . Not sure what you mean by the R1000 living allowance though.

Travel Tips for Durban

DURBAN.

by PEE-WEE

Durban has a wide variety of entertainment for the whole family. Entertainment ranges from movies, nightclubs and a variety of sporting activities. Treat your family to a day out, either in Durban or in the Valley of 1000 Hills. Take them to the cinema, ten pin bowling, or see a theatre production ... It's great fun for the whole family!

Diving - Ocean Tank at uShaka Sea World

by MikeAtSea

With Aqua Planet who is the resident dive centre to the uShaka Marine World you can arrange to dive in the Ocean Tank of the Marine World.
And that is what you can see: Guitar Sharks, Spotted, Giant, Eagle, and Marblel Rays, Queen and Gar Fish, Daga Salmon, Prodigal Son, and Pompano Fish.
The sharks and rays are up to 2.5-3metres in length and weigh up to 250kg - ranging in size from adorable to breathtakingly huge! You can hire your equipment in the dive centre of bring your own.

3-30 Night Club- Its situated...

by ratcorp

3-30 Night Club- Its situated on the notorious Point road. Number 330 (Little obvious isn't it )
Weird People. Strange mix , trance music. Nice vibe , part the whole night. You will get lost in the club with all the passageways ,and rooms. Excelent Dancefloor , could be considered a Lightshow on its own. Tightest , slinkest , sexest ..anything (Seen people go in the doors naked)

Have lunch at Fisherman's Wharf

by GitaP

Yacht mole is within Durban harbour and hosts a range of restaurants, bars, curio shops and places like the arts and culture space called the Bat Centre (to the left when you enter the yacht mole) . Accessed from the Esplanade, it provides a wonderful setting for a meal or a drink while you watch the yachts, liners and fishing boats leave and enter the harbour. You can also go on a cruise around the harbour from this spot.

Queen Victoria Statue

by MikeAtSea

Natal which is known as KwaZulu Natal today was the only province of South Africa where British influence was predominant since the settler times. Hence a lot of people still say Natal – the last British Outpost. Victoria the long reigning Empress has got her statue right opposite the Town Hall.

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Address: Cnr Braam Fischer and KE Masinga Roads, Durban, 4056, South Africa