Places of Interest
The warm seas and the golden beaches makes this the ultimate holiday experience! From 0.2km
Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre
The International Convention Centre Durban is a functional space in an aesthetic environment. Centrally located and just a quarter of an hour from the airport, ICC Durban is minutes from hotels and beaches.
SunCoast Casino and Entertainment World
This is one of South Africa’s sexiest casinos with its design inspired by the United States. It is the largest gaming facility in KwaZulu-Natal, and the Casino Lounge Bar is popular amongst sports enthusiasts. 1.2km.
Durban Coutry Club
Situated only 1km from the Golden Mile, this exceptional facility has two club houses and a highly rated golf course. 2.8km.
The Old Fort
Built in 1842 by troops from the 27th regiment, this fort houses many memorials and features of historical importance.
Ushaka Marine World
This marine adventure world is famous for its spectacular aquarium, shark cage diving, dolphin, seal and penguin shows and its endless entertainment that caters for the whole family.
Moses Mabhida Stadium
This world-class, multi-purpose stadium hosts 70,000 spectators and is situated close to Mr Price Kings Park and the Durban Street Circuit. 2.5km.
Mr Price King’s Park Rugby Stadium
This home to the Sharks rugby team has host many local and international sports events. 2.8km
This stadium plays host to local and international cricketing events. 2.8km
The Natal Playhouse
This entertainment theatre hosts a wide range of productions that are sure to keep you entertained.
Durban Mini Park
One of Durban’s iconic beach front attractions, this is a miniature replica of the city. 0.5km
Amphitheatre Flea Market
This market is well known as one of the best destinations to purchase African art and curios. 0.10km
This is is Durban’s trendiest fusion of fun food, top shows and crafts, blended with the rustic interface of a boating marina and working slipways.
Durban Botanic Gardens
The Gardens are a few minutes’ walk from the bustling Warwick Triangle, site of one of the largest retail medicinal plant markets in the country. The Gardens hosts approximately 500 000 visitors per year, many of whom are foreign tourists.