TOURING DURBAN GermanIn South African Travel, Car Rental South Africa, Tourist Attraction, Dining Out, Car Hire Durban, Car Hire South Africa, Travel Accommodation by swarm / June 03, 2015
Things to See
The Uhmlanga Coast – This coast stretches for miles to the north of the city and its encircled by fields of green sugar cane and endless golden beaches that this part of the world is so famous for. There is an endless choice of activities to enjoy like surfing, swimming, fishing, dolphin and whale watching and shopping. You can hike through the famous Hawaan nature Reserve or just laze in the sun.
The Sapphire Coast – The town of Amanzimtoti (meaning ‘sweet waters’ in Zulu) is said to have been named by the Great Zulu King Shaka after tasting the fresh water that flows out of the hills at this scenic spot. It is situated on the coast just a short drive from Durban.
The Valley of 1000 Hills – It’s nationally known as one of the most exciting adventure – hubs South Africa has to offer. Situated between 650 and 800meters above the sea level. Mighty rivers rage through the valleys and sugar cane; forests and single tracks run through the Giba Gorge for those who love to cycle.
Spice up your life in Durban:
*It was a host city of the 2010 FIFA World Cup with travellers from across the globe flocking to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. From here you can have the leap of a life with BIG RUSH BIG SWING. Jump from the stadiums arch which is 106meters above the pitch and then swing out to a 220 meter arc.