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Best way to get around Durban ,is to buy a city bus ticket ,about 16zar for the day , you can travel on 4 different bus routes all around the city ,and they inter-change with each other ,so you can get on and off onto...More
This was the worst walking tour I have ever done! The guide gave very little information, starting with the first site, a plaque that we were told "You can read that yourself" and then we were directed inside to look at the bust of Mandela...More
We did the Oriental tour and had a male guide who gave us very little detailed information. It was a pleasant walk and he did show us a church and mosque that we would have not seen on our own, which accounts for the two...More
This tour is a must if you wish to know the history of South Africa. You get to know why Ghandi was in South Africa and how the founder of the notion for freedom. I will not spoil by saying more as this is a...More
Our tour guide Jenny was nice and friendly and she has explained a lot about the city and its history. However, the city itself does not have many attractions, so don't expect something extraordinary. It seemed to be safe in the city but it is...More
We loved the leisurely Sunday walks we made along the Durban beachfront. It was very relaxed and we felt very safe walking around this area both during the day and in the evening while looking for a good restaurant to dine at.
Durban Tourism offer various half day walking tours in the centre of the city for a maximum of 6 people. I did the cultural tour which included the city centre, traditional African herbal/medicine market, markets for food and handicrafts, church, mosque, etc. Whilst some of...More