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307 Point Bay

Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

307 Point Bay is situated in an apartment building at the Waterfront in Durban. The apartment has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is...
307 Point Bay is situated in an apartment building at the Waterfront in Durban. The apartment has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge with DStv and a balcony with furniture overlooking the water. The complex also offers guests a roof-top swimming pool and secure parking on the premises. The apartment is serviced daily. Attractions in and around the Durban area include the uShaka Marine World, the stunning Durban beaches and the Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve.
from R1000

Leopard Tree House

3 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 2 rooms

Set in a tree-filled garden with city and harbour views, the two self-catering units at the Leopard Tree House are sunny and spacious....
Set in a tree-filled garden with city and harbour views, the two self-catering units at the Leopard Tree House are sunny and spacious. Together they offer idyllic accommodation in the suburb of Berea in Durban, and boast private entrances and sweeping views enjoyed from their large windows and private balconies. Located along Durbans ridge, the Leopard Tree House is close to Durban’s University, a number of shopping centres and just moments away from the freeway with secure parking. The shady garden is well-maintained and offers braai facilities and a refreshing swimming pool; the ideal retreat from one of Durban’s many sunny days.
from R700

Duikerfontein Bed & Breakfast

2 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Duikerfontein Bed & Breakfast is set in peaceful surroundings in central Durban North. For...
Duikerfontein Bed & Breakfast is set in peaceful surroundings in central Durban North. For leisure, we are conveniently close to the Gateway Theatre of Shopping with its cinema complex, climbing wall, wave pool and entertainment area, as well as the Sun Coast and Sibaya casinos. As for the famed KwaZulu-Natal Beaches, we have Umhlanga or the Golden Mile right on our doorstep, with Umhloti and Ballito just a short drive away. We offer five air-conditioned rooms, each with en-suite shower, DStv, Wi-Fi, bar fridge, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Secure parking, barbecue facilities and a clear swimming pool are also available to all guests and a choice of a full English or continental breakfast is served. Two of the rooms are located in an outside cottage that opens onto a common patio and offer open-plan kitchenettes for self-catering purposes. The remaining three rooms are in a wing of the main house and have their own entrances. These rooms can be combined into a family suite and also have access to a patio next to the pool. For the nature lover, there are trails at the Hawaan Lagoon at Umhlanga or the nearby Virginia Bush Nature Reserve as well as an informative visit to the Natal Sharks Board. For the sports lover, there are four golf courses within ten minutes of each other, just 30 minutes away. Parkhill and Northlands Bowling Greens are within walking distance and a tennis club is just around the corner, while Kings Park Soccer Stadium, the Absa Rugby Stadium and Kingsmead Cricket Stadium are all very close. In addition, sight-seeing tours can be arranged to the Umfolozi Game reserve to to view the Big 5. If the timing is right, why not chase the sardines during the annual Sardine Run or catch a boat at Umhlanga and ride with the dolphins.
from R1000

Hamelin Guest House

1 Review
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Hamelin Guest House is a six double bedroom guest house. The house was originally built as two maisonettes in the early sixties by a...
Hamelin Guest House is a six double bedroom guest house. The house was originally built as two maisonettes in the early sixties by a gentleman of German origin who worked in the harbour service. It is believed that his primary job as a health officer was the eradication of vermin from the port as a rat catcher. The house was named Hamelin in honor of his work and the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. It is situated on the southern side of the port and is particularly central for easy access to the harbour and the city center areas although located in a green leafy suburb on Durban's most prominent natural landmark the Bluff. An impressive headland forming the southern quayside of the port, the Bluff comprises several suburbs and one of the city's best-kept secrets; the finest bathing, surfing and fishing beaches in the area. Other attractions are the golf course and yacht club as well as the local wild life of vervet monkeys and mongoose. The Bluff is thus also popular holiday spot. Although all rooms are non smoking, provision is made for smokers and braai/BBQ facilities are available for use. The establishment is also gay friendly It is also popular with business executives as the Bluff has easy access to the outer ring road for onward travel to King Shaka International Airport without the hassle of CBD traffic congestion. Just a short trip south are the southern coast beaches of Amanzimtoti and Kingsburgh and not much further are the lower southern beaches of Kwa Zulu Natal Within an hour’s drive inland are several game reserves inclusive of Tala Valley which is home to the endangered rhino and the Valley of a 1000 Hills with its spectacular views which forms part of the midlands meander route with excellent restaurants as well as arts and crafts dotted along the way.
from R1300

Rooms with a View

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Rooms with a View adjoins the Crestholme Nature Reserve and View Site, a combination of untouched grassland and forest with over 3000...
Rooms with a View adjoins the Crestholme Nature Reserve and View Site, a combination of untouched grassland and forest with over 3000 species of vegetation. Being high up on the crest, the property has beautiful views of Inanda Dam with the valley of a Thousand Hills as a backdrop. This self-catering garden unit features an en-suite master bedroom with a queen-size bed and room for an extra single bed, and an adjoining room with twin beds. There is a comfortable lounge area with a double sleeper couch and a TV with full DStv access, a fully equipped kitchenette, and a private patio with braai facilities. Guests can take a dip in the lovely swimming pool, or just relax in the indigenous garden which attracts a rich diversity of birdlife and butterflies. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement only. Please note that the rates are subject to the number of guests staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R720
Three Bedroom in Elite Durban North is set in the Virginia area in Durban North. It is 15 minutes...
Three Bedroom in Elite Durban North is set in the Virginia area in Durban North. It is 15 minutes from Durban’s city centre and 20 minutes from the King Shaka International Airport. This self-catering House is spacious and comfortably furnished. It has a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge area, a television room, and a patio. Guests have a braai area and a large swimming pool to use at their leisure. Parking is available on the premises. Guests are a short drive from various beautiful beaches, the Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom, and the Gateway Shopping Centre.
from R3500

Warm Horizon

3 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Warm Horizon offers holiday makers and business visitors a comfortable stay in fully air-conditioned accommodation. Our central location...
Warm Horizon offers holiday makers and business visitors a comfortable stay in fully air-conditioned accommodation. Our central location provides quick access to the ICC and Durban’s sporting venues; Moses Mabida Stadium, the ABSA Stadium, the Sahara Cricket Stadium and Kings Park Olympic Swimming Pool. We are only a few minutes away from Brighton Beach and surrounded by main shopping malls. A fifteen minute drive to the main City Centre as well as Ushaka Marine World. King Shaka International Airport is a 40 minutes drive.
from R690
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The Courtyard Room

2 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

4 nights +   This is a beautiful studio unit located in the leafy suburb of Glenwood, in Durban, close to the harbour and various beaches. The unit...
This is a beautiful studio unit located in the leafy suburb of Glenwood, in Durban, close to the harbour and various beaches. The unit features a Queen size bed, an en-suite bathroom with a shower, and a well-appointed kitchenette. Other facilities include air-conditioning and a TV with DStv channels. Guests can relax on the quaint little patio with outdoor furniture and braai facilities. Secure parking is provided on the premesis. Although we a do not offer breakfast, there's a choice of three stunning bakeries/cafes with in 200m walk and open for breakfast from 6.30am.
from R550

Fawncastle Estate

14 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 12 rooms

Having recently undergone a major refurbishment, Fawn castle offers an oasis from the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Durban. Situated...
Having recently undergone a major refurbishment, Fawn castle offers an oasis from the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Durban. Situated in the Valley of 1000 hills, one km from Green sleeves and camelot, three km from Camp Orchards, four km from Chantecler or six km from Crinkley Bottom. Full service guesthouse, with conference facilities for up to 30 delegates. We have a delightfully appointed bar area, leading onto our either our formal or informal lounge, from where you can access the pool area to just relax, or see the sights of the Valley of 1000 Hills, come and join your hosts, Pat and Rob Hoyle.
from R650

Bentley Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 54 in 19 rooms

Situated in the seaside suburb of Berea, Bentley Lodge offers affordable yet comfortable accommodation in the coastal town of Durban. It...
Situated in the seaside suburb of Berea, Bentley Lodge offers affordable yet comfortable accommodation in the coastal town of Durban. It is ideal for both business and leisure travellers. The lodge has 15 well-appointed guest rooms, of which all have double beds and en-suite bathrooms. Amenities in each air-conditioned room include a work desk and a TV with DStv access. The lodge also has an on-site restaurant serving a delicious selection of African cuisine. Guests can spend their days exploring this scenic area by visiting one of the many nearby beaches, or the uShaka Marine World. Guests can look forward to having a pleasantly memorable stay.
from R800

203 Oyster Quays

Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

This luxury self catering apartment consists of a lounge, dining area and a fully fitted modern kitchen. There are two double bedrooms and...
This luxury self catering apartment consists of a lounge, dining area and a fully fitted modern kitchen. There are two double bedrooms and the apartment comfortably sleeps four people with a Queen-size bed in the main bedroom and two Twin beds bed in the second bedroom. The main bedroom has a full en-suite bathroom with a separate bath and shower. There is an additional bathroom with a shower for the second bedroom. Quality linen, bath and beach towels are provided. Off the lounge and main bedroom are sliding doors that open out onto the patio with magnificent sea views. Sit on the patio and enjoy your morning coffee while you watch the sun rise over the Indian Ocean and listen to the sounds of the sea. The modern kitchen is fully equipped with all appliances. There is a microwave oven, under counter oven and hob, washing machine, dryer and dishwasher. The apartment is serviced daily except on Sundays and public holidays. • FREE uncapped Wi-Fi is provided in the apartment. • Satellite TV (DSTV) is provided on a flat screen TV in the living room. • Both bedrooms are air conditioned with ceiling fans in the living room. • Two secure, under cover parking bays are provided for your vehicles. • The choice of two swimming pools for the exclusive use of guests. • Beautiful, manicured gardens and water features. • Braai facilities are provided in the gardens. • Secure and safe environment with top security on a 24/7 basis. • Direct beach access and within safe walking distance of the Town where there are several restaurants, bars, alfresco dining and supermarkets. • Lovely sea views from the apartment. The apartment is so ideally situated that there is no real need to use your car during your stay at 203 Oyster Quays.
from R1850

The Sandringham B & B

11 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 10 rooms

Welcome to the Sugar Coast and to the sweet life at the Sandringham B and B. We offer the perfect destination for either your business or...
Welcome to the Sugar Coast and to the sweet life at the Sandringham B and B. We offer the perfect destination for either your business or leisure needs. After spending a busy day at the beach or at the office, why not come back to relax and unwind with us and enjoy an ice cold drink around the pool or on one of our lovely patios. You can watch that lucky old sun slip away beneath the waves. Later on in the evening you may wish to sample a cocktail in our ladies bar, barbecue around our braai or even pay a visit to one of the many excellent restaurants or pubs in the Umhlanga area, which are only minutes away. Accommodation at the Sandringham: We have seven up market double rooms, tastefully furnished, serviced daily and all fitted with fully-ducted air-conditioning. We are situated high up on Umhlanga Ridge, only two minutes from the beach front and from the many restaurants, pubs and shops along the promenade and in the village of Umhlanga itself. DINING after comfortable nights sleep, come down and savor a delicious English breakfast either in our spacious dining room or outside on one of our sunny patios or around the sparkling pool. The breakfast menu includes-freshly chopped fruit salad using the superb variety of sub tropical fruits which are available to us ,as well as cereals, muesli, yoghurts, various egg types on request, sausage, bacon, fried tomato and many other daily specials, as well as an assortment of cheese and biscuits and of course tea, filter coffee and fruit juices. Lunches and dinners are also available at your request. Three course dinner by arrangement at R 95.00 per person.
from R950

Umdloti Forest Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Guests hoping to experience the natural beauty of Umdloti will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Umdloti Forest Lodge. It is a...
Guests hoping to experience the natural beauty of Umdloti will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Umdloti Forest Lodge. It is a great choice for nature-loving groups or families hoping to explore this gem of the North Coast. This thatched-roof lodge has a lovely loft bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. There are also two additional bedrooms, of which both share a bathroom. The rustic living space consists of a comfortable lounge, a dining area and a basic kitchen. This space leads out onto the balcony which offers undisturbed and stunning views of the ocean. This lodge is built on a steep forested dune and there are many stairs winding through the forest up to the lodge. It is the ideal choice for guests looking for privacy, peace and tranquillity. Guests will be able to spot monkeys and an abundance of birdlife (and sometimes the rare red forest duiker). The beach is also just a short walk away, making this a great option for nature- and water enthusiasts alike The lodge is conveniently located close to many of this little town’s shops, restaurants and other attractions. After a day spent exploring the area, guests can return to the beauty of the lodge to enjoy a braai on the balcony. End the evening off by appreciating a seaside sunset and hopefully catching a glimpse of a dolphin or a whale.
from R2700

The Cottage

16 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 3 rooms

Situated in the seaside suburb of Musgrave in Berea, The Cottage offers comfortable and affordable accommodation to guests visiting the...
Situated in the seaside suburb of Musgrave in Berea, The Cottage offers comfortable and affordable accommodation to guests visiting the coastal town of Durban. Guests have a choice of lovely self-catering units. Units have one bedroom with two twin beds, or a double bed upon request, and a private bathroom. There is also a sitting area and a fully equipped kitchenette available for all your self-catering needs. All the units have private entrances and one of the units is separate from the house. Guests also have access to the swimming pool and to the braai facilities in the garden. The property is conveniently located close the main road and many public transport options, making it the ideal base to explore the area from. The beach and the Durban Botanical Gardens are both just a short distance away, ensuring that guests have an enjoyable stay.
from R450

203 Sorjente

3 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

203 Sorjente is a three-bedroom self-catering apartment located in the secure Sorjente complex that overlooks the popular Umdloti Tidal...
203 Sorjente is a three-bedroom self-catering apartment located in the secure Sorjente complex that overlooks the popular Umdloti Tidal Pool. Sorjente has two restaurants on the ground floor and is near to various shops and amenities. 203 Sorjente can accommodate up to six guests and comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The apartment is air-conditioned. Each bedroom contains twin beds. The kitchen is well equipped for self-catering and includes a washing machine and a tumble-dryer. The comfortable lounge features a TV with DStv. The balcony offers lovely sea views with built in braai. Secure undercover parking is provided.
from R1590

Fairlight Beach House

10 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 9 rooms

Fairlight Beach House is situated in the village of Umdloti on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast. This much loved family home has been...
Fairlight Beach House is situated in the village of Umdloti on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast. This much loved family home has been tastefully decorated and it offers luxurious accommodation with a homely touch. The stylish, well appointed rooms feature air-conditioners, selected DStv, minibars, Wi-Fi, hairdryers and hospitality trays. Fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves and awaken to catch sight of dolphins and whales as the frolic in the ocean. Stroll across the road to enjoy swimming and surfing, and have a leisurely breakfast on the poolside patio. Children are welcome and we offer airport transfers by prior arrangement.
from R1280
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18 Pioneer Kloof

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Conferences   Set in three acres of lush garden, 18 Pioneer Kloof offers comfortable and luxurious accommodation in the upmarket suburb of Kloof. It is...
Set in three acres of lush garden, 18 Pioneer Kloof offers comfortable and luxurious accommodation in the upmarket suburb of Kloof. It is the ideal choice for couples visiting this leafy part of Durban. This beautiful colonial-style house has four guest rooms, of which all have double beds and en-suite bathrooms. Guests can start their day off with a delicious breakfast in the dining area. Relax on the patio while admiring the view of the sprawling garden. Guests can spend their days exploring this lovely town by visiting the many shops and restaurants on offer. The Krantzkloof Nature Reserve is just a short distance away and will give guests a great opportunity to view a variety of bird- and wild life. The sandy beaches of Durban are just a drive away. While away summer afternoons while enjoying the warm weather. Return to the house to relax with a braai, or to simply unwind in the garden with a good book.
from R1500

York House B & B

10 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 5 rooms

York House is situated 1km from the town of Hillcrest, which lies approximately 700 metres above sea level offering a more temperate...
York House is situated 1km from the town of Hillcrest, which lies approximately 700 metres above sea level offering a more temperate climate, away from the high summer humidity of the Durban coastline. Close to restaurants, pubs and shops. The closest being the Acapulco Pub & Restaurant which is a five minute walk from York House. We are on the famous Comrades Marathon Route. Excellent bird watching and walking through indigenous forests at both Krantzkloof Gorge and Shongweni Reserve. Both are a 10 minute drive from York House. Tala Game Park is a 40 minute drive away, where rhino, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and a wide variety of buck and bird life can be seen. Valley of 1000 Hills Tourist Route, including PheZulu Cultural Village. An interesting day trip along the Midlands Meander through Natal Midlands is well worthwhile, offering arts and crafts, historical sites, local brewery and popular pubs and restaurants. Ten minutes drive from York House and surrounded by a sea of suburbia, the KKNR is a life raft for a vast number of species, many rare and endangered. One of these, Brachysteima natalense, is a plant believed extinct except for the KKNR last small population. The position of many species on the raft is fragile, for as habitat shrink and become more isolated, so the long-term viability of small populations is brought into question.
from R600

Erlesmere Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 4 rooms

Erlesmere Lodge consists of two buildings. The main building is an elegant double-storey Edwardian house offering two Maisonettes; the...
Erlesmere Lodge consists of two buildings. The main building is an elegant double-storey Edwardian house offering two Maisonettes; the Lower Maisonette has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and the Upper Maisonette has three bedrooms with two bathrooms. Both have a lounge, a dining room and a fully equipped kitchen as well as wrap-around verandas. The second building is also a double-storey but is more modern. It has two double en-suite rooms with a shared kitchenette and a lounge downstairs. We are centrally located in Morningside, just off bustling Florida Road, Durban. Windermere Shopping Centre is within easy walking distance and there are restaurants and take-away establishments even closer. The beach, golf courses and sports stadiums are all within a five-minute drive.
from R660

Sparkling Star Guest House

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

This gracious old Victorian home was built in the 1920’s and offer great ambience and atmosphere...
This gracious old Victorian home was built in the 1920’s and offer great ambience and atmosphere with its special architectural design and old gleaming Oregon pine floors. The smell of freshly brewed coffee will invite you to relax on the patio or in the garden overlooking Durban’s harbour. Sparkling Star Guest House is situated in the heart of Glenwood, close to the University of Natal, St. Augustine’s and Entabeni Hospital and an easy drive away from the CBD and Durban’s beaches. The guest house has many facilities that cater for both the travelling business person and holidaymaker.
from R1000

Durban South Africa

Durban  Accommodation

High up on the east coast, Durban is South Africa's sub-tropical beach getaway. The city centre overlooks a long, golden beach that is probably the single most culturally diverse spot in Africa. Here you will find frolicking families of every hue, busy executives out for a quick lunchtime jog, teenagers in full breeding plumage, elegant sari-clad matrons strolling the sand, buff surfers running into the waves, and bead-bedecked sangomas collecting therapeutic sea water in bottles.


Durban
is actually all about the beach. It is home to South Africa's only surfing museum, and is one of the most surf-friendly cities in the world. Frustrated wage slaves can look out of their office windows onto awesome breaks - and then shed the tie and jacket or the high heels and paddle out straight after work. Durban is the closest seaport to Johannesburg and is also an integral part of the city. As well as all the usual container docks  it has not one, but two yacht clubs and a great little cultural spot right in the middle of the harbour - the BAT centre. Short for the Bartle Arts Trust, the BAT Centre is a hotbed of local visual art and musical creativity mixed in with some good restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. All overlooking the small boat harbour so you can sip cappuccino while watching stubby-nosed tugs coming in to rest after a hard day pushing supertankers around.

Durban Bay is one of the better natural harbours on our coastline. Its narrow opening is protected by a huge headland, called the Bluff, on one side and, on the other, a point called Point - granted not the most imaginative of names, but it's a cool place. Here you'll find another batch of fun eateries where you could - if you were sufficiently anti-social and quite strong - pitch a beer bottle onto a passing container ship as it enters or leaves harbour. Close by is the newly built uShaka Marine World - a state of the art aquarium, wet playground and shopping mall, where children of all ages can ooh and aah at the sharks in the predator tank, snorkel with the fishies (the cute little ones, not the sharks) and watch dolphins performing.

The whole Point area is the most interesting part of Durban. At one stage it must have been very fashionable indeed, but then - well, you know, cities are living things and they grow and change - it went downhill. A drive along Point Road will reward you with the sight of row upon row of abandoned art deco warehouses and factories - but not for much longer. Already the developers have set their sights on this little treasure, and there'll pretty soon be loft-style apartments, boutique hotels and designer malls. The beachfront is lined with multi-storey hotels and restaurants, with unashamdely kitsch attraction, like a huge pool complex and a snake park. Curio sellers line the walkways and dramatically outfitted rickshaw-wallahs offer rides and photographic opportunities. The best part about Durban's beachfront, though, is the water temperature. It's rarely below 20°C, which makes ogling those tanned, buff surfers just so much more interesting, as they don't wear wetsuits.

Accommodation in Durban itself is conveniently concentrated along the beachfront or Golden Mile, close to the Durban central business district.  Slick, high rise Durban hotels with sea views and swimming pools proliferate along this lively strip. Another area that’s close to the beachfront and CBD with more hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts and affordable self-catering apartments and villas are the leafy suburbs of Berea and Morningside, well endowed with exceptional restaurants and shopping malls. It is highly advisable to book accommodation in advance during peak season (December and January) as scores of holiday makers descend upon all the beach locations in Durban. Durban North is also an extremely popular choice with holiday makers.

Durban is in the middle of a vast sugar-growing area that was originally worked by indentured labourers from India,  many of whom stayed, started businesses and built homes.  Durban has the largest population of Indians outside of India.  There is a vibrant Eastern feel to the city, a huge spice market, decorative mosques, fantastic temples and - best of all - great food. You'll find dozens of good curry restaurants and you just have to try a bunny chow while you're there. It's a half or quarter loaf of bread hollowed out and filled with curry. Eaten with the hands in the street, it's an obligatory Durban experience.
There's lots to do in and around Durban City. Many people just park off on the beach, especially on the North Coast, or South Coast, both of which are within an hour's drive of the city, and there are loads of restaurants, some excellent theatre and music, and wild and funky nightlife.

The surfing is great right in the city and also up and down the coast. There's some reasonable diving in Durban Bay but the South Coast has some truly world class spots - and it's a great place for pretty competent and confident divers during the annual Sardine Run.

If you spend much time at all in the sea, you should consider a visit to the Sharks Board in Umhlanga, just north of the city, where you can learn all about these fascinating creatures. They're not the bloodthirsty killing machines they're made out to be in American movies. There are a couple of fun river trips, some nice abseiling, awesome sport climbing and small game farms not too far off and the North and South Coasts boast an almost indecent density of championship golf courses.

Durban's cultural attractions are perhaps its most appealing diversions. There are Zulu cultural villages to visit, township tours and visits to mosques or the beautiful Temple of Understanding, which has an excellent, inexpensive vegetarian restaurant.
Another interesting spot to visit is Inanda, which was the birthplace of both the Shembe religion and Natal Native Congress, which later became the African National Congress. It was also where Mahatma Ghandi, who lived there at the same time these two other movements were starting, pioneered the concept of Satyagrah, or passive resistance. Truly, a little crucible of world history.

High up on the east coast, Durban is South Africa's sub-tropical beach getaway. The city centre overlooks a long, golden beach that is probably the single most culturally diverse spot in Africa. Here you will find frolicking families of every hue, ...

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