Delicious scones and jam and cream popular place for local and visitors friendly efficient staff quite spacious
About Durban Botanic Gardens
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Definitely worth a visit. Take a blanket along and sit beside the ponds. Listen and watch the beautiful birds. Hug one of the magnificent trees and feel the life giving energy they exude. The orchid house is a must. Take some time to visit the...More
Huge green space at the centre of Durban. Great venue for photography or family picnics. There's two parking areas and road side parking as well. Entrance is free but donations are appreciated. The gardens were established in 1849 by John Medley Wood... yes, it's kinda...More
Love the Botanic gardens and have many happy memories of this place, picnics with the kids, concerts at lake and an absolute haven. Went on Christmas eve for the Trail of Lights and it did not disappoint. Was a great way to spend the evening,...More
The trees are bigger but the beautifull gardens and wonderful crumpets of my childhood are still as wonderful as I remember. There is a duck pond with ducks and terapins to feed. There is a sunken garden and other specialized gardens. Lots for children to...More
Its beautiful and tranquil and colourful with monkeys and would recommend spending the day there to picnic and stroll around the entire gardens.
As part of a drive around Durban we had 45 minutes to explore this Botanical Garden. Because it was raining heavily, we took a private tour in a golf cart with an extremely knowledgeable driver. Worth visiting.