Picture perfect! These are some of the most “instagrammable” places in Durban.
One of the best things about travelling is capturing some of the beautiful places you have visited.
If you are looking for places to take pictures for your perfectly curated Instagram account, then look no further than these picturesque Durban locations.
The uMhlanga Lighthouse was built in 1954 so it can warn ships of treacherous waters, but these days it is a welcoming sight for tech savvy millennials looking for a good place to take Instagram worthy images. The white lighthouse, with its bright red topside band, is a historic monument which is often considered one of the best lighthouses in the world.
CNN voted the uMlhanga Pier one of the best piers in the world in 2014, which explains why it is a popular spot for photographers and bloggers. You can go for a jog on the beach before enjoying the beautiful uMhlanga coastline from the pier – all while clicking away on your phone!
Moses Mabhida Stadium
It’s hard to miss Moses Mabhida Stadium’s iconic “arch of triumph”. Moses Mabhida is to Durban what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. The stadium has become a popular spot for local and international tourists. The SkyCar takes visitors up to its highest point of the stadium, where they can enjoy amazing views of Durban. The perfect spot for the prefect picture.
Florida Road’s Victorian and Edwardian buildings make for the perfect impromptu photoshoot. Have a cup of coffee at one of the sidewalk cafés or pose for a picture – a la Beyoncé – at one of the reputable galleries.
There’s no better time to take a picture than while relaxing on the beach. uShaka Beach is a popular spot for families and tourists. It’s also a great spot for kitesurfing and taking pictures to share with your Instagram followers.
Roma Revolving Restaurant
It doesn’t get any cooler than a revolving restaurant. Roma Revolving Restaurant offers patrons a 360-degree view of Durban – without having to leave their seat!
Makaranga Botanical Gardens
Makaranga Botanical Garden in Kloof is 30-acres of natural beauty. It’s perfectly manicured lawns have been the site of many wedding photoshoots.