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KwaZulu Natal


The Durban South area has a fascinating mix of cultures and a unique history. Durban South is home to a wide variety of population groups including members of every conceivable ethnic background. The South Durban Basin has some amazing tourist attractions including pristine beaches and bird sanctuaries which include a variety of about 100 bird species. Visitors to the area can ride horses along the beach, visit some of the factories, fish, take a tour through the region to learn the history, visit some of the local community projects such as a home for the disabled, or simply relax on the beach with a book. The industries that have developed in the area are seen as...


Durban Central

Appropriately enough, the Zulu name for Durban is Thekwini, meaning "The Place Where the Earth and the Ocean Meet". But apart from an effervescent ocean lined with golden beaches, Durban offers a subtropical carnival atmosphere and summer sunshine all year round. From around the globe, day in, day out, pleasure-seekers converge on the city to play on the golden, palm-fringed sands. In addition to the attractions of sea, surf and sport, leisure options encompass an eclectic range. At excellent one-stop shopping centres, you can buy anything from photographic equipment to couturier clothes and rare antiques. Flea markets and craft trails attract leisurely...

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