Get To Know Durban

Durban, is a leading South African Tourist destination.

Durban is a modern vibrant cosmopolitan city and its lifestyle, architecture and culture reflect and thrive on its warm sub-tropical climate.

The city had a major makeover leading up to the 2010 World Cup, with a sleek new stadium and a revamped waterfront. The renewal of the promenade and the sweeping away of the old sleaze has given municipal authorities new confidence and ambition, which you can see in the development projects all over the city.

Home to the largest concentration of people of Indian descent outside of India, Durban also boasts an unmistakeably Asian feel, with the marketplaces and streets of the Indian area replete with the sights, sounds and scents of the subcontinent.

The strategic focus of Durban Tourism is to drive tourism and make it a key contributor to the local economy, thereby promoting economic upliftment for all its communities


King Shaka International Airport (DUR)

King Shaka International Airport (DUR) is the primary airport serving the city of Durban in South Africa.

It opened its doors to passengers on 1 May 2010, just over a month before the start of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and replaced Durban International Airport. The airport is located 22 miles (35kms) north of Durban.

Some of the major airlines operating connecting the UK and Durban are:

  1. British Airways
  2. Emirates Airlines
  3. Qatar Airways
  4. South African Airlines
  5. Turkish Airlines

If you are looking for cheap tickets on the above airlines then call us on 0203 1373 082.


Top Attractions In Durban

Durban is a modern vibrant cosmopolitan city and its lifestyle, architecture and culture reflect and thrive on its warm sub-tropical climate. There are plenty of attractions to see and a lot of things to do. We have listed the Top 10 attractions of Durban below:


Golden Mile

Durban Botanic Gardens

Umgeni River Bird Park

Indian Quarter

Mitchell Park and Jameson Park

Ushaka Marine World

Moses Mabhida Stadium

The Sri Sri Radha Radhanath Temple

Valley of a Thousand Hills

Umhlanga Rocks


Best Time To Visit Durban

Durban experiences a typical tropical humid climate with hot humid summers and warm dry winters.

While summers are from December to March, the city also receives a good amount of rainfall during this period. The winter months from June to August are the best season to visit Durban as the temperature is low and the rains are a rarity but because of Christmas and New Year Holidays, the tickets are comparatively expensive during December.

For best deals on cheap tickets during Christmas and New Year Holidays feel free to call us on 02031373082.


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