Durban is the only city on KZN's Coastline and
the largest city in KZN, and also houses Africa's best managed,
busiest port. Visitors come to Durban to shop, play, work, revel
in the nightlife and relax in the warm climate on sun-drenched
Durban has a world-class International Convention
Centre which has hosted an continues to host an historic line-up
of events including conferences of a global scale.
What to do in Durban?
Visit, Wilson's Wharf on the Victoria Embankment,
the nearby BAT centre and uShaka Marine World. Enjoy fine and
traditional dining, entertainment and shopping in scenic surroundings,
in modern shopping malls. Visit the traditional markets in Grey
Street and the Warwick Triangle which boast vibrant locals shops
and markets. Play at two fun-filled casino's - Siyabi just north
of Umhlanga, and Suncoast in Durban itself. The revamped beachfront
boasts stalls that sell traditional arts and crafts, or you could
enjoy the excellent entertainment on offer at the city's theatres
and clubs or take a township tour.
If it's peace and sheer beauty you are after,
make for Durban's nature sanctuaries or parks. The Botanical Gardens
are of particular interest - ask about their 'Music by the Lake'
evenings - wonderful music played by KZN's Philharmonic Orchestra
in wonder surrounds.
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Durban Metro area of KwaZulu-Natal, please send an email requesting
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Tel: 031 304 4934 / 031 304 4934
Fax: 031 304 3868
Visit www.kzn.org.za for more information
Explore the Durban Local History Museums
Durbans rich heritage is presented at
many unique sites located withinthe city. Some of these sites
and collections are managed by private institutions while others
are administered by various government departments and educational
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