Durban, South Africa’s third-largest city, attracts the lion’s share of South Africa’s domestic tourists and offers a completely unique atmosphere. Durban has a mix of interesting products from gastro and gin bars to art galleries, pubs, clubs and a plethora of restaurants created for even the fussiest palette – from vegan to halaal and kosher… from the bunny chows to the shisa nyama … from intercontinental to rustic… Durban has it all.
The Florida Road entertainment precinct saw the growth of international and national brands such as Rocco Mamas, Star Bucks and Pizza Hut making its way in 2017. Davenport Centre with its unique and artistic blend of antique stores, art galleries and pubs are frequented by locals, domestic and
In the townships, Zazi Street in Cleremont and Eyadini and Maxes Lifestyle in Umlazi and Artizen in Inanda showcases authentic local (kazi) flavour that adds profoundly to the mix of our leisure products, Durban has to offer.
The Durban’s Beachfront with its 3rd highest slide in the World and the 2nd biggest Aquarium in Africa, the Ushaka Marine world is an all-time favourite for those young and young at heart and the string of eateries along the beautiful golden mile such as the Joint and Afros are just some of the many unique products that Durban has to offer. The views from the Maharani SkyBar, the roof top bar, Views on 25, and watching Durban’s twinkling lights from the Moses Mabhida skycar and other breath taking views, gives our visitors a nostalgic experience of our beautiful city.
Gateway Theatre of Shopping saw new brands such as H&M, Lindt, Crispy Cremes and Star Bucks staging its presence in 2017 and in 2018, Oceans Umhlanga will boast a variety of high ended international fashion brand stores that will make Umhlanga the fashion precinct of Durban. Chartwell Drive, another high end entertainment precinct enjoys the likes of Chefs Table and upcoming restaurants at the new Pearls development give visitors the freedom of choice.