Durban - Travel and Tourism
The third largest city in South Africa, behind Johannesburg and Cape Town, Durban is a prime destination for tourists.
Located at the end of Durban’s famous Golden Mile, this majestic aquarium and water amusement park covers over 37 acres of land.
With subtropical weather and an average of 320 sunny days a year, Durban is warm all year.
If you’re flying straight into Durban from near or far, you will most likely arrive at Durban International Airport.
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There’s no reason why you can’t have fun in this vibrant city and be cautious at the same time.
Durban’s modern history began when Vasco de Gama, the Portuguese explorer, discovered the territory on Christmas Eve in 1497.