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Travel Tips to Durban
Average Flying Time12 hours 19 minutes
Airline FlyingEmirates, British Airways, South African Airways, Virgin Atlantic
Average Flying Kms9513kms
Best Time to TravelApril to September
Time Zone UTC/GMT +2 hours
LanguagesAfrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa, Zulu
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 14.0179 ZAR
Modes of TransportBy car, By helicopter, By bus, By metered taxi, By minibus taxi, By rickshaw
Why Fly to Durban
Top 10 Places to Visit
Opened to the public in 2004, the Marine World features according to 4 themes making it exciting and intriguing to visitors. The 4 sections include uShaka Sea World, uShaka Wet n’Wild, uShaka Beach and the uShaka Village Walk.
A renowned stadium in Durban that is being used for multi-purposes. However, this is notable for hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The stadium offers a capacity to accommodate over 60,000 spectators.
An enormous shopping precinct, it is renowned to be among the largest shopping centers in Africa and the whole of southern hemisphere. It is a haven for shopaholics, where the center welcomes more than 1.80 million visitors monthly.
One of the popular stadium located within the premises of the Kings Park Sporting Precinct, it is famous for football matches. Be among 55,000 cheerful spectators and enjoy a great game of football.
A paradise for bird lovers, it is a park owned by bid lovers to educate and create awareness for the rest. The park features 17 of the 24 endangered species in its collection.
Known to be the only zoo in Durban, it is located in a suburban area. Originally started as an Ostrich farm, it also provided shelter to other animals. Bedsides the animals, the zoo also features a kids playground and a tea garden for picnics.
Well known to among the oldest public institutions, Durban Botanic Gardens is considered to be the oldest in the whole of Africa. Covering over 15 hectares, there are plenty of social events and fairs all year around.
Make it here to catch your favourite cricket match. The grounds are famous for hosting a variety of cricket matches all year around. It also has a capacity to host games to 25,000 cricket fans at once.
Stretching along from South Beach to Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World in north, the golden mile is a vast promenade along the beachfront. The sunshine absorbed beaches, sun tanners, tropical weather and the swimming is an absolute bliss.
Located in the outskirts of Durban, it is the perfect gateway to the Valley of a Thousand Hills. Enjoys the name from an old settler named Philip Rudolph Botha, who was the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, it is a place well worth visiting.