Durban ‘The Warmest Place to Be’, is a natural paradise known for its gorgeous coastline of sun-kissed beaches and subtropical climate, situated on the eastern seaboard of Africa around one of its busiest ports.



With many beaches nearby there is ample opportunities for Surfing, Swimming, Wind Surfing, Diving, Fishing, Deep Sea Fishing, Boat Cruises

Durban Country Club

Durban Country Club comprises of two golfing estates separated by the Umgeni River. Lying just south of the river, in fact bordered by both the river and the sparkling waters of the warm Indian Ocean lies the premiere course, the Durban Country Club. Established in 1922 the club enjoys a wealth of fascinating history and was constructed shortly after the conclusion of the First World War.

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KZN Philharmonic Orchestra

The KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra (or KZNPO) is a testimony to the talent and art that emanates from a country that has a deep and poignant heritage, as it produces music to soothe, educate, stir up and entertain. The KZNPO is a professional orchestra that was established in 1983. Back then, it was called the Natal Philharmonic Orchestra. It has always been situated in the tourist and urban hotspot of Durban.

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Moses Mabhida Stadium

Durban is one of South Africa’s most significant metropolises, and the proud home of the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Named after one of the most dedicated freedom fighters of the apartheid regime, this has been voted the most popular stadium in the country on an online poll. And it is no wonder when one considers the clean, modern design, the ample facilities and the innovative use of space and light.

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Natal Sharks Board

The Natal Sharks Board is not only involved in preventing shark attacks, it also plays a huge role in research on sharks, and supports and promotes the conservation of sharks. One of their biggest balance acts is reducing the number of shark deaths in the nets, without jeopardising the safety of those using the beaches along the coast.

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Umgeni River Bird Park

The Umgeni River Bird Park’s main feature is a free-flight show that has as its focus a conservation theme to inspire visitors, as birds glide past them in full and unrestricted flight. To appreciate the beauty of the natural world around them. Macaws, a Cape Vulture, the critically endangered wattled crane and others take part in the first show of its kind in Africa. This show is scheduled at certain times during the day and is really worth seeing

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There are many different tour offerings…

Ushaka Marine World

Ushaka Marine World incorporates fresh and sea water, lush vegetation, natural materials and the re-creation of a wreck of a 1940’s cargo ship. With the 5th largest aquarium in the world by volume of water, the park is tastefully themed with a focus on family entertainment. No matter what the occasion, you will always find something to do a uShaka Marine World. Enjoy fun at Sea World, have a memorable meal at any one of the many restaurants (including the amazing Shark Restaurant, situated in the themed shipwreck with a window into a shark tank), go shopping in over 11,250m² of retail space featuring clothing boutiques, outdoor gear, arts and crafts as well as indigenous and tourist-focused goods, information and services

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