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Attractions

Moses Mabhida Sky Car Travel up the majestic Moses Mabhida stadium to have a full 360 degree view of Durban.

www.mmstadium.com/attractions/skycar/

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Durban’s Golden Mile Beautiful beaches and a lovely promenade for  walks and cycling.  durban-beachfront-aerial-04
Oyster Box Gorgeous scenery and the view of Umhlanga’s iconic lighthouse, coupled with cocktails, this is the perfect place for an evening out.  the-oyster-box-hotel-2

 

Cultural Places

PheZulu Safari Park A short drive from Durban (40minutes) experience traditional isiZulu dancing and an isiZulu cultural village.  phezulu-village-0
Durban Natural Science Museum One of South Africa’s smallest but busiest natural science museums, it is renowned for its realistic dioramas (habitat groups), life size T. rex model, near-complete Dodo skeleton and Egyptian mummy, Peten Amen. They are open to the public 363 days a year and admission is free!  dbnnaturalsci
KwaMuhle Museum  KwaMuhle is the Durban museum dedicated to sharing with modern visitors the history and fight against apartheid of the different cultures on which the 21st century of Durban grows its future. The museum is housed in the former Native Affairs Building and is one of four major historical museums in the city.  kwa-muhle-museum

 

Please see the links below for more attractions that Durban has to offer:

55 Things To Do In Durban For Under R250

https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Attractions-g312595-Activities-Durban_KwaZulu_Natal.html

http://showme.co.za/durban/tourism/tourist-attractions/