Solutions Group thinks these are some handy hints for you to remember and to visit if you happen to be on the Sunshine Coast (Durban) this summer!
If you're looking to travel to a destination where you'll find warm weather all year round and sun- kissed beaches to get your tan on, Durban should be high up on your South African bucket list!
Travelling through the city is easy and there are a number of public transport options available. If you’d like to get around the city quicker, Durban car rental
is fairly inexpensive.
uShaka Marine World
Currently, the eighth largest aquarium in the world, uShaka offers a place full of entertainment, with activities including shark diving, snorkelling, a dolphin stadium as well as slippery slides.
Moses Mabhida Stadium
One of the host stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium
plays host to various sporting codes and concerts. It is home to the world's only stadium swing, which allows visitors to jump 106m above the football pitch.
The Golden Mile
The best way to spend a Durban holiday is by allocating lots of time at the beach, and Golden Mile is the perfect place to start. It’s also the place where you’ll meet all the friendly locals.
The Golden Mile promenade gives travellers access to the best beaches in Durban and gives travellers the opportunity to interact with joggers, cyclists, dog owners, surfers, bodyboarders and walkers enjoy earlymorning and late-afternoon exercise.
Umgeni River Bird Park
Situated 10 minutes outside Durban, the Umgeni River Bird Park
was built by Dr Alan Abrey in April 1984. Since then the park has accumulated an impressive collection of over 4,500 birds across 400 different species.
Victoria Street Market
The Victoria Street Market
is a must do shopping stop for anyone who wants to experience some of Durban’s rich culture – selling a range of African and oriental products, as well Durban’s impressive variety of spices.
Durban Botanic Gardens
Durban’s Botanic Garden
is the oldest surviving botanic garden on the African continent. Developed in 1849, it is home to both indigenous and exotic plant collections boasting a unique selection of trees from all over the world.
Mitchell Park Zoo
If you’re looking for a fun activity for the little ones, the Mitchell Park Zoo
is host to a small number of animals to visit; including exotic birds, wallabies, small antelope, crocodiles, racoons and a variety of monkey species.
For other creative and fun ideas in and around KZN/Durban do contact Solutions Group!
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