Our tour of this bustling metropolis, often called the cultural 'melting pot' of South Africa, includes a drive through the sports corridor with its impressive sporting facilities to the Blue Lagoon area on the Umgeni River where you get a panoramic view of the whole bay of Durban. Then past the so-called Apartheid Beaches, the Marine Parade (Golden Mile) where you will see the rickshaws, en route to the impressive developments at the new Point Waterfront area. We drive past the busiest harbour in Africa and various historical monuments, and then through the city centre where theĀ original Railway Station building, the City Hall and the Post Office buildings each have a story to tell. We stop at the Indian Market where you get a glimpse into the Indian culture and bargain for souvenirs and spices. Our last visit is to the Botanical Gardens with its extensive collection of trees and plants from all over the world, as well as a famous cycad collection and orchid garden. You have the option of being dropped off at the end of the tour at the Ushaka Marine world with its world-class aquarium, and many shops and restaurants.

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Durban Beach
Duration Half Day - 4 hours (Mondays to Saturdays 09h00)
What to bring Camera
Departing from
Departure point All hotels and guesthouses in Durban and uMhlanga
Exclusions Meals, Lunch included when the Valley of a 1000 Hills extension is chosen
Inclusions Guided tour, entrances
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Return point Return to your hotel in Durban
Day Tour
Ushaka Waterworld
Tour ends
King Shaka International Airport
What to wear Light clothing from September to April, slightly warmer clothing and perhaps a light windbreaker during the other months

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