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4 Reason’s why you should visit South Africa’s favourite city, Durban

4 Reason’s why you should visit South Africa’s favourite city, Durban

Durban is probably South Africa’s most luxurious city because it boasts sub-tropical weather throughout the season. The town is known for being laid back yet it is also the industrial backbone of South Africa and it abundant with heritage site worth seeing and exploring. If you’re considering taking a new job in Durban or travelling there on holiday, here some amazing activities to fill up free time:
4 Reason’s why you should visit South Africa’s favourite city, Durban
4 Reason’s why you should visit South Africa’s favourite city, Durban

The Inanda Heritage Trail
The Inanda Heritage Trail is mostly known as the place where Mahatma Gandhi carried out his passive resistance philosophy in 1904. The site is abundant with historical memorabilia including Gandhi’s Phoenix Settlement and the Indanda Seminary which one of South Africa’s oldest school for girls founded by American missionaries in 1869. The schedule for a guided tour is available through Tourism KZN.
 Hit the Beach!
Of course visiting a coast town with sea temperatures averaging 70°F all year-round and 300 days of sunshine, visiting the beach is a no-brainer. The South Coast is a favourite amongst world-class surfers. Some of the famous beaches in the town are Addington Beach, Bay of Plenty, The Golden Mile Beaches, Umhlanga Rocks and the Umhlanga Lagoon.
The Kwa-Zulu Natal National Board Boat Tour


4 Reason’s why you should visit South Africa’s favourite city, Durban
4 Reason’s why you should visit South Africa’s favourite city, Durban

This is a rare tour of the Sharks Board’s safety measure to protect swimmers and surfers against sharks. This tour educates people about the measures in place, sharks behaviour and their biology as well as reducing the environmental impact humans have on sea life. This tour is offers interesting insights on the strides the board is taking to protect human life and sea creatures.
Visit Durban Botanic Gardens
The garden was founded in 1849 and it has the world’s top collections of ‘living fossil’ plants such as pre-dinosaur cycads dating back 250 million years and face extinction in the world. The gardens have been compared to stepping on the set of Jurassic Park as you enjoy the walk the cycad forest and take a look at the discoveries made the founding curator and botanist John Medley Wood.

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