Welcome to the curry capital of South Africa, Durban. Durban is known for the idyllic beaches of the Golden Mile, its world-class surf spots and active Indian community.
Located on South Africa’s northeast coast, Durban is the largest city in the KwaZulu-Natal province and a favorite destination for travelers in search of sun, sea and surf. Durban is administered by the Ethekwini municipality.
The city is home to the University of KwaZulu-Natal, formed in 2004 through the merger of the University of Durban-Westville (founded 1961), originally for Indian students (although non-Indians were admitted from 1979), and the University of Natal (founded 1910). There are several museums and black and Indian markets.
Closely located near Durban beaches and a host of hotels in Durban, King Shaka International Airport is positioned ideally to make for a comfortable travel experience.
A visit to Durban is never complete without trying out some of the local curries which has made the city famous. One such delicacy you need to absolutely try is the bunny chow,a unique trademark of Indian food in South Africa.
Bunny chow is a half loaf of bread that has been hollowed out and filled with curry. You can order bunny chows at countless eateries throughout the city, from top-rated restaurant Mali’s to favorite hole-in-the-wall spot Sunrise Chip n’ Ranch.
If you are a thrill-seeker then the iconic Durban waterfront, Moses Mabhida Stadium is the place to go. The stadium is the city’s main venue for athletic and music events, offering several adrenaline-fuelled activities – including the Big Rush swing.
Shopaholics will be at home in Durban whether you’re looking for authentic craft markets, sprawling malls or upmarket boutiques. Amphitheatre Flea Market, held every Sunday on the Golden Mile beachfront is a must visit. Here you’ll find traditional African arts and crafts, ranging from beaded jewelry to wooden sculptures.
uShaka Marine World is the city’s top-rated tourist attraction. The vast complex incorporates several different zones, including a reptile house, a rope adventure park and the Village Walk, an open-air shopping and dining destination. The two main attractions, however, are the aquarium and the water park.
uShaka Beach is famous for its sandcastle artists, who create photo-worthy masterpieces for passing tourists. Northern Umdloti Beach is a good bet for families in search of safe swimming; or nature-lovers hoping to catch sight of migrating humpback whales in winter. North Beach is a bodyboarding hotspot.
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