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The Orchid collection and palm grove are also worth visiting. The Roma is the only revolving restaurant in the Southern hemisphere. It’s practically always blazingly sunny so enjoy the sun on your face as you pass all of Durban’s major attractions. The morning tour starts at 9am and ends at midday and the afternoon tour starts at 1pm and ends at 4pm. Arguably the most authentic and affordable Indian food in the city, Little Gujarat offers a feast of delicious vegetarian bunny chows, samoosas, pakoras, bhajis, roti breads, rice and pickles. And if you happen to fall in, the water is inviting and warm. The film festival is in its 36th year and is an unmissable event on the Durban calender.
Attend one of the concerts at the lake which take place throughout the year. You’ll be privy to an incredible rotating view 105m up in the air while eating hearty Italian food. Tickets are R100 per adult, R60 for kids aged 6-8 and free for the children under 5. For R250 pp Gary offers a two or four-person beach ride. it’s one of the oldest of its kind in Southern Africa. At last year’s awards ceremony, the festival’s most prestigious award of Best Feature Film went to Malian director Abderrahmane Sissako’s masterful “Timbuktu”.
) or a beach glide on a Segway for those seeking a more serene adventure. They say: “Durban will make you work to discover her. She is certainly beautiful, but she will make you work hard to find her substance.
Durban is a very deep city, a city fill of grit and history. The Wave House at Gateway flaunts some great waves.
It’s official the rest of the world finally woke up to what Durbanites knew all along- Durban is cool.
The New York Times featured Durban as 7th on its 52 places to go in 2015. Attend afternoon tea at the Oyster Box luxury hotel in Umhlanga and make the acquaintance of Skabenga the cat.
Wood’s Cycad is reputed to be the world’s rarest plant.
You can find it growing peacefully near the old reservoir. Enjoy the kitsch but fun seventies dining atmosphere of the Roma Revolving restaurant on the 32nd floor of the John Ross building. Galaxy, Gateway Theatre of Shopping, Palm Blvd, Durban. Take a three-hour whirl around Durban on the top deck of a Ricksha bus. There’s nothing like a late-afternoon gallop on the beach, kicking up sand and surf at sunset.
Grab a beer and enjoy live music in this historical space. Don’t miss the Zakifo Music Festival from 11-14 June. Along with upcoming and experimental artists the gallery has an extensive collection of well-known South African artists such as Penny Siopis and Isaac Sithole. You’ll glimpse luxury yachts, racing boats, hulking great tankers, trawlers and tiny optimist sailing boats as they go by. The Markets of Warwick Tour takes you through Victoria Street Market, the Impepho and Lime market, Brook Street Market, Bead Market, Herb Market, Music Bridge Market, Berea Street Market, the Bovine head Market and the Early morning or ‘Mother’ Market, which hosts over 640 stalls with vendors selling fresh produce, flowers, spices and live poultry.
Visit Warwick Junction in central Durban for a closer look at her murals including life-like portraits of the traders on columns adjacent to the Early Morning Market.