South Africa: Durban
Durban (Durban) – one of the largest ports of Africa and the center of the province of Quadzulo Natal, the most popular among tourists from all over the world.
The richest shopping city and the fashionable resort, famous for their eastern bazaars, golden beaches and nearby the seaside of the Indian Ocean, Durban is considered one of the most colorful cities of the continent.
It is worth inspecting the church of St. Paul (1853 g.), beautiful park on the ruins of the old fort, building City Hall City Hall (1910 g.) With a memorial complex on the contrary, the Old Station (now there is a tourist office), the Temple of Sri Ambalavanar Alayiam – the first and largest Hindu temple in Africa, as well as the largest mosque of the South Hemisphere of Juma in the Indian Quarter (Area 975 sq. M.). National Museum of Natural History, Museum of Natural Sciences, Museum of Old Buildings, Center for African Art, Park Reptile Fitzimmons, Dolphinarium Si-Warld and Botanical Garden of Durban. And, of course, thousands of guests attend the luxurious shopping areas of the city.
Reviews and studies of trips
South Africa: Safari, Mandela, Black and White. Further everywhere!
Johannesburg – the city is about one day maximum. Transit point for all trips in South Africa and neighboring countries. Cape Town – Day for the city, day for a kind of good hope, Cape Point, 2 more days on the road of the gardens. We decided to visit Zimbabwe, see Waterfall Victoria, Park "Chobe" in Botswana, Park "Kruger" in South Africa and Zambia. At the end – rest in local Sochi – Durban. Read more →
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South Africa: Durban and Coffee Bay
Settlement we decided in the suburbs of Durban to and the beach at hand, and in the day to go. And here is the beach in the suburbs of Durban. And already quite another picture and completely different colors read more →
South Africa, Durban
Almost the entire central section of the Durban embankment is tired along its edge trays and stalls of traders with souvenir products. There are mainly crafts from the tree read more →