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Durban Beachfront and Stadium Cycle Tour at Night
"Durban is a charming and cosmopolitan city home to Africa's largest port and a melting pot of people and cultures. Zulu warriors still abound in the battlefields South Africa's largest Indian community will enthrall you with their spicy cuisine and good old-fashioned English families still populate the Indian Ocean coastline. And what better way to experience the sights and sounds of Durban than from the back of with a guide to assist you every pedal of the way! So get out of that stuffy tour bus away from the traffic and urban jungle and join us for an enviromentally friendly and responsible adventure. We make our way along the Golden Mile to Blue Lagoon a place known for its bird watching-as well as being a fisherman's paradise. Turning around we then face the beautiful beachfront skyline as we head towards Durban's iconic 2010 World Cup stadium.As we coast down a tiny hill into a tunnel we are greeted on the other side by a spectacular panoramic view of the stadium. From there we will make our way back to Snell Parade where a post-ride coffee or cool drink awaits! There is no better way to celebrate our Eco-Active adventure as the sun s
From $70.00
 
Durban City Half Day Private Tour
"A tour dedicated to the discovery of the cultural and historical contrasts of this cosmopolitan city where east meets west. The drive will be along Durban's distinctive beachfront the Golden Mile past the art deco buildings and Ushaka Marine World to The Point at the harbor entrance.Drive along Victoria Embankment and through the city past buildings of historical significance such as the Natal Museum City Hall and the Play House Theater. Visit the colorful and lively Victoria Street Market filled with the aromas of Indian spices.The tour ends with a 15 minute walk through the Botanic Gardens (time permitting) before returning to your hotel."""
From ZAR1,415.00
 
Durban City Tour
"You will be collected from your hotel and drive along the famous and recently renovated Golden Mile and marvel at the Indian Ocean.Passing by the Point Waterfront then venture into town to see the magnificent City Hall an almost replica of the City Hall of Belfast. Then it is onto Durban Harbour the 8th largest harbor in the world and also Africa's busiest port. The amazing views from the University of Natal id the next stop before visiting the multi cultural markets in Warwick Triangle where 6000 street vendors delight you with their goods.Durban's Botanic Gardens founded in 1849 are next. Then it is onto one of the world's most iconic stadiums
From ZAR500.00

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Distillery Tours and Tastings

Distillery 031 is a working craft distillery in Durban. They have a bar and restaurant situated inside the distillery, offering craft cocktails and gourmet street food. They also offer very...
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Scuba Diving

I always wanted to try my hand at Scuba Diving and now I can finally tick it off my bucket list after my Xmas road trip holiday to Durban! On our way there in our rented Honda CR-V, which was...
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Rafting

During my amazing road trip to Durban over the Xmas holidays I managed to convince my mates to go white river rafting with me in the Umkomaas River by the Duma Manzi Boutique Eco Lodge. Although it...
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Durban's Golden Mile

The Golden Mile is a long stretch of beautiful golden sand beaches with amazing surf for body boarders and surfers. There is also a water theme park called uShaka Marine World that doubles up as an...
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Shooting Range fun

For a real adrenalin rush, try going to the shooting range for the day! Brent Shooting Range lets you try out a handgun, shotgun and rifle at their indoor range, but only after you have had safety...
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Surfs Up

Learn to surf in Durban. On the beach right in front of Ushaka Marine World one can rent a surfboard and have surfing lessons. Very reasonably priced. No need for a wetsuit as water is warm in...
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The delightfully kitsch da Gama clock

The da Gama clock is an endearing - if somewhat dilapidated - piece of whimsy located in the ribbon of parkland along the Victoria Embankment (or 'The Esplanade', as Durbanites more commonly refer to...
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Golden Mile beaches

Running all the way through central Durban is the Golden Mile, one of the best beaches you'll ever have the pleasure of wandering along. Soft, golden sand, always warm weather (unless it's raining),...
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The sugar terminals in Durban Port

(work in progress)There are apparently guided tours of the sugar terminals which last for about an hour and are very reasonably priced at R15 for adults and R7 for children at the time of writing...
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The excellently located Tourist Information Office

(work in progress)South African tourist information offices tend to be a mixed bag: sometimes excellent, sometimes hopeless, sometimes well located and sometimes almost unaccessible.This tourist...
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Admire the stupendous view from Gino's Bar!

The view from Gino's Bar on the 33rd floor of the John Ross building is amazing, and from this vantage point, you have an almost uninterrupted view out over Durban Harbour and the CBD.Probably the...
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Dick King: the man who saved Durban

I love this statue of Dick King, the man who rode solidly for 10 days from Port Natal (now Durban) to muster reinforcements from the British garrison at Grahamstown. The year was 1842, and Port Natal...
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Indulge in childish pleasures on the Golden Mile

Mention Durban to most South Africans, and they immediately associate it with childhood beach holidays. And although in recent years, higher income tourists have tended to migrate to KwaZulu Natal's...
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Go for a jog along the Golden Mile

Durban's famous but tired-looking Golden Mile got a major facelift in the runup to the 2010 Soccer World Cup, and the result is wonderful.The Golden Mile extends along the beachfront, and has been...
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Top Hotels in Durban

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12-14 Walnut Road, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa
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167 Marine Parade, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa
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63 Snell Parade, (formerly Holiday Inn), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4000, South Africa
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73 Marine Parade, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa
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20 Battery Beach Road, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa
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175 Snell Parade, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa
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