Warm Beaches And More in Durban South Africa

If you cannot have more of the tropical beaches of South Africa, ensure that you have Durban on your list of places to visit in this region. Known as a playground of South Africa, it has its own style of living to offer, whether you are visiting or decide to stay back. Indeed, the warm weather and sun kissed beaches of the city along with temperate waters through the year make it tempting for many to spend more than a few days here.

The city is not only known for its beaches but also for the outdoor lifestyles and colorful culture that is reflected in its architecture, cuisine, markets and lifestyle of the people. Being a harbor and the largest port on the continent, it has busy and bustling port activities that go on through the year.

If you are into beach side hobbies like surfing, there are several beaches where you can go surfing, jet skiing, fishing, canoeing, snorkeling and so forth. The warm waters and the golden sandy beaches are worth savoring simply by sitting back and hearing the breaker waves or the cries of the seagulls. There are paved promenades by the beaches that connect most of the popular beaches and make interesting walks or driveways as well. Explore Durban mall or the Gateway Theater of Shopping which offers the thrill of entertainment in different varieties, dining options and retail outlets that number over 400.

There are other places to visit as ell such as the ushaka Marine World aquarium as well as their waterpark. The Valley of Thousand Hills lies inland and rises from the banks of Umgeni River. Here you can visit communal areas where Zulu lifestyle insights can be found. If you have more time and a daring streak in you take the plunge from the high arc of 106 m at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Here you will love views of the city’s skyline as well.

There is much to do or relax about at the beach side resorts of Durban. Choose your place to stay and sit back during your visit here to soak up the sun and have beach side fun.

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