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Famous Tourist Attractions In Durban

Famous Tourist Attractions In Durban You Must Visit

What are the Famous Tourist Attractions In Durban ? Durban, a coastal city in eastern South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province, is known for its African, Indian and colonial influences.The Durban Botanical Gardens showcases African plant species. Thus This Article Contains the most Famous Tourist Attractions In South Africa Durban.

Are you looking For the best Tourists Attractions to visit in South Africa Durban. ? ,whether its being your vacation , Honeymoon , Business travels , Family Travels , Holiday and many More . Huh ! then you are at the right Place .

Top 10 Tourists Attractions in South Africa Durban

Scout Africa discovers the Top 10 Tourists Attractions in South Africa Durban. You Must Visit. Read This Article and scout at any of these Attractions in South Africa Durban. . Lets Get Started !

1. Valley of 1000 Hills & Phe-Zulu
Valley of a Thousand Hills

The Valley of 1 000 Hills is situated between the massive urban metropolis of Durban and capital city of the province, Pietermaritzburg. The valley is the meeting point of the Umgeni and Msunduzi rivers, making it a place of unrivalled natural beauty.

Who named Valley of a Thousand Hills?Mark Twain’ A virtual visit yielded some potted history with a question to ponder: ‘Was it the American writer Mark Twain, on a visit to South Africa towards the end of the 19th century.

2. Golden Mile Beach
Golden Mile Beach

North Beach is one of the beaches of Durban, South Africa. It is situated north of the harbour and bluff, in between Bay of Plenty and Dairy Beach on Durban’s Golden Mile. North Beach is one of the main beaches in Durban and is cared for by the Durban Surf Lifesaving Club.

Due to its good surf conditions, Durban and North Beach is an ideal holiday and tourist destination. North Beach provides facilities for surfing, body boarding, paddle ski, skateboarding and plain swimming and sun bathing. During the festive season, the beaches are flooded by holidaymakers and tourists. North Beach has a number of restaurants in its immediate vicinity. The beaches are protected by a series of shark nets and patrolled by lifesavers.

3. Umgeni River Bird Park
 Umgeni River Bird Park

The Umgeni River Bird Park is a bird zoo located in Durban, in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. What time is the bird show at Umgeni Bird Park?11am and 2pm , The free-flight bird show is a highlight of the park and features a cast of birds from all over the world including vultures, kookaburras, macaws, cuckoos, hornbills and owls. Show times are 11am and 2pm from Tuesday to Sunday with shows on a Monday during holidays.

4. Durban Botanic Gardens
Durban Botanic Gardens

The Durban Botanic Gardens is situated in the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is Durban’s oldest public institution and Africa’s oldest surviving botanical gardens. The gardens cover an area of 15 hectares in a subtropical climate. Can I have a braai at the Gardens? No braais, skottles or open fires are permitted.

How long does it take to walk around Botanical Gardens?Approximately 2.5 hours to walk around, unless you are going to stop for lunch then account for that extra time.

5. Mitchell Park and Jameson Park
Mitchell Park, Durban - Pictures of this popular picnic site

Jameson Park and Rose Garden a City park in Berea, Durban a rose garden located in South Africa. Once being a pineapple plantation, it currently possesses about 200 species of roses which are prominent in the South African Spring months of September to November.

6. uShaka Marine World
uShaka Marine World

uShaka Marine World is a 16-hectare theme park which was opened on 30 April 2004 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It comprises 8 sections: uShaka Sea World, uShaka Wet ‘n Wild, uShaka Sea Animal Encounters Island, uShaka Beach, uShaka Village Walk, uShaka Kids World, uShaka Dangerous Creatures and Chimp & Zee. What is the entry fee for uShaka Marine World?uShaka Beach: Open all year round. Entry is FREE.

Can you take food into uShaka? Unfortunately we do not allow food and drink into the park (Wet ‘n Wild and Sea World), although baby food is permitted and on another note you are able to take food from Village Walk outlets into Kids World as long as you show the receipt. … No food stuff or drinks allowed except baby food and bottles allowed.

7. Moses Mabhida Stadium
Moses Mabhida Stadium (Durban

The Moses Mabhida Stadium is a soccer stadium in Durban in the KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa, named after Moses Mabhida, a former General Secretary of the South African Communist Party. It is a multi-use stadium.

What is special about Moses Mabhida Stadium?Moses Mabhida Stadium was built to serve as a playing venue for the 2010 World Cup. … The stadium’s most characteristic feature is its Y-shaped 106-metres high arch, inspired by the South African flag, and which holds up the Teflon-coated glass fibre membrane roof.

8. Umhlanga Rocks
Umhlanga-Rocks

Umhlanga Rocks is an upscale seaside resort area known for its long, sandy ocean beach, which is popular for swimming, surfing, and fishing. The beach is overlooked by shady Saratoga Beach Park and Durban View Park, the starting point of the lengthy O’Connor Promenade seafront path offering expansive coastal views. Luxe guest houses line leafy streets, alongside lavish homes.

Can you swim at Umhlanga?The main Umhlanga Rocks beach boasts safe swimming waters and endless golden sands, again protected by lifeguards and shark nets

 9 . Florida Road
 9 . Florida Road

Florida Road has been described as a place where the creative energy of Durban assaults the senses. With shops, galleries, residences, a new tourist information centre, and an upmarket vibrant ambience, Florida Road is undoubtedly one of Durban’s hottest spots. Having played a pivotal role in the history of Durban, Florida Road boasts fine examples of Victorian architecture, now housing a variety of shops and restaurants.

10. Kwamuhle Museum
Kwamuhle Museum

KwaMuhle Museum commemorates the struggle for dignity by ordinary people during apartheid. Constructed in 1927, this building was the office of the notorious Department of Native Affairs, which administered policies that discriminated against black South Africans and enforced laws of racial segregation.

Why was KwaMuhle museum built?It was built to accommodate people who moved to the city in search of jobs. The Museum shows the history and reality of what people went through in the 20th century and it documents Durban’s urban growth and history of its residents.

Conclusion enjoy your stay in any of these Famous Tourist Attractions In Durban whether its being a vacation , holiday , Honeymoon etc.…Have a nice day !

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