Things to Do & Attractions in Durban

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Durban Botanic Gardens

Cape Town's Kirstenbosch gardens may be more famous, but Durban's Botanic Gardens hold the title of Africa's oldest surviving botanical gardens. Founded ...  Read more

Durban City Hall

Durban City Hall, in addition to being a gorgeous historic building in the city center, is also home to several attractions worth checking out. Built in ...  Read more

Durban Golden Mile

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The Golden Mile is where Durban dips its feet into the rolling surf of the Indian Ocean. The wide expanse of sand which gives the stretch its name is one of ...  Read more

Durban Indian Quarter

Durban, once home to Mahatma Gandhi, has one of the highest Indian populations outside the sub-continent itself. The centrally located Indian Quarter is the ...  Read more

Durban Playhouse

The Playhouse Company is the centerpiece of Durban's theater scene, and it has been for decades. This historic theater was built in 1926 and originally showed ...  Read more


The KwaZulu-Natal town of Himeville is near the dramatic Drakensberg mountains, roughly 132 miles from Durban. It's a gateway to the Sani Pass en route to ...  Read more

Hluhluwe Game Reserve

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Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, in the north of KwaZulu-Natal state, is the oldest in South Africa, drawing visitors for over a hundred years. Careful ...  Read more

Howick Falls

Howick Falls is a waterfall in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa, some 63 miles from Durban. It falls roughly 310 feet from the river into a pool ...  Read more

Isandlwana Battlefield

One of the worst defeats in British military history occurred on January 22, 1879 during the Battle of Isandlwana. The battle, fought near a hill in Zululand ...  Read more

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999 (the first in South Africa), iSimangaliso Wetland Park encompasses 820,389 acres (332,000 hectares) of lakes, ...  Read more

Jumma Mosque

With space for up to 5,000 worshippers, the Jumma Mosque (also known as the Juma Masjid) is the largest mosque in the southern hemisphere. It is also ...  Read more

Kwa Muhle Museum

Housed in the former home of an apartheid legislation enforcement body, the modern Kwa Muhle Museum transcends its unsavory history to showcase the effects ...  Read more


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Lesotho is an independent country that is surrounded on all sides by South Africa – it's an enclave within another country. The official name of the ...  Read more

Moses Mabhida Stadium

Durban's massive Moses Mabhida Stadium was one of the new stadiums built for the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa, hosting seven games during the ...  Read more

Phansi Museum

Durban's Phansi Museum is a treasure of South African artifacts, both historic and contemporary, and is known as one of the world’s largest collections of ...  Read more

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