Travelling To Durban
The city of Durban, in the KwaZulu-Natal Province, is famous for its year-round balmy weather. Homeland of the world-renowned and great Zulu nation, it is the perfect holiday destination spot for international visitors, as well as being a favorite of the locals. Durban boasts beachfronts lined with 5-star hotels, along with the popular ‘Golden Mile’, a four-mile long beach with popular attractions such as a skate park and fun flea market shopping. Durban is one of Africa’s major gateways, being the largest and busiest port city in the region.
Not far from the ocean view hotels is the business district. It is easy to find transportation into the city from these hotels. This is why many conventions and other large corporate events frequently take place in Durban.
Not only does this metropolis have the beach to one side but it also has the mountains to the opposite side. This guarantees that you will be able to come to Durban even if you’re not too into the beach. You will be able to awake to the aroma of the ocean and then take a hike in the fragrance of the trees and other flora of the Drakensberg Mountains. Apart from these major activities there are also a number of carnivals, water parks and distinguished malls.
When you are in the city you visit its townships and learn about their history and their purpose in the entire scheme of things. In case you arrive by bat to the city you will enter the harbor mouth between the bays. You can see the green backdrop of the bluff. Even more, you can see the central city from the bay all the way up to the residential Berea ridge. There you will see lots of flowering trees with different color. It may remind you of a rainbow.
In Durban there are good theaters and lots of productions to see. You might want to check out the great shopping at one of the malls. If you’re here on business, you’ll be killing two birds with one stone as you get done what you have to do and then take advantage of all the activities in the city.
If you are here alone for vacation purposes, you can enjoy the beach side or you can decide to stay away from the beach, because of the lovely weather you can rest certainly and no matter what your plans are while in Durban that you will indeed have a delightful time. You can prospect the antique colonial buildings; visit fanfares, or water parks. You can also visit the flea markets that are close to the oceanfront, as well as close to the harbor, which will provide a shopping experience that is filled with bargains.