This is the largest port on the African continent and the ninth largest in the world. It is a very important port for Africa and lots of imports and exports leave/arrive her for our country.
You will find this lovely building next to the main mosque. It is amazing at how diverse this city is with so many different religions all praying side by side.
It is great and loads of fun!!!
There is so much to do there, from water rides, the beach, the aquarium and even scuba- and shark diving. There are also dolphin- and seal shows which are really good.
Situated near the Beaches, A WORLD%offers daily dolphin shows, fish feeding, shark feeding and when we were there they even had little penguins putting on a show.
Part of the Indian Market is the Meat and Fish Market. Here a lot of locals come and stock up on food supplies and during the morning in particular this place becomes very busy.
Durban's Roman Catholic Cathedral is right alongside the cities main mosque, showcasting yet another example as to how cosmopolitan the city is.
Also part of the Phe Zulu is a snake farm that displays some of most poisonous snakes in Africa, including the mamba, puffadder, tree snake and others and also the python.
Right next door to the Zulu village is this crocodile farm home to a number of the African Nile Crocodiles. Here one can get a safe close up to this African man eater!
Umhlanga Rocks, north of Durban is a great place to enjoy sea and beaches. We stayed in the Oyster Box Hotel.
Be sure to stroll along the 'Golden Mile,' which is a beachfront boardwalk lined with shops and restaurants.
The Valey of the 1000 Hills a must see.
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