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Durban: What to do when you get there?

Durban or the warmest place to be as the locals say is the third biggest city in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town, and the capital of KwaZulu-Natal province! A cosmopolitan city, the second most important manufacturing hub of the country, and most significantly, the city with the most extensive beaches and the best subtropical climate! 

Durban is a must-visit destination in South Africa if you are a sports lover! Adrenaline seekers will definitely find their peace of mind, given that Durban has literally everything you may be seeking for. All kinds of water sports can be done in the long bay in front of the city all year round! 

For the scuba lovers the Aliwal Shoal, just off the coast of Umkomaas, has a spectacular marine ecosystem. It is rated among the top five warm water diving spots in the world, and it is where you will be passing your scuba diving diploma if marine wildlife is what you're looking for... 

Visitors from all around the world usually go to Umhlanga to relax and have fun on one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. This is where you can practice surfing, kitesurfing, scuba diving, stand up paddleboarding and all kinds of watersports! You will be amazed by the golden coast line of Umhlanga and the hospitality of the locals! 

The Sapphire coast will leave you breathless with its 40 kilometres of golden beaches! This magnificent stretch of coast extends from AthlonePark in the north to Clansthal in the south! And for those who love mountain biking the 1000 hills in the north are where they will pass most of their time! 

Durban is a top destination for any kind of sport lover! Indulge in the destination with the most warm days per year and be sure that you will have the type of vacation you were looking for! 

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              Durban: What to do when you get there?

              Durban or the warmest place to be as the locals say is the third biggest city in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town, and the capital of KwaZulu-Natal province! A cosmopolitan city, the second most important manufacturing hub of the country, and most significantly, the city with the most extensive beaches and the best subtropical climate! 

              Durban is a must-visit destination in South Africa if you are a sports lover! Adrenaline seekers will definitely find their peace of mind, given that Durban has literally everything you may be seeking for. All kinds of water sports can be done in the long bay in front of the city all year round! 

              For the scuba lovers the Aliwal Shoal, just off the coast of Umkomaas, has a spectacular marine ecosystem. It is rated among the top five warm water diving spots in the world, and it is where you will be passing your scuba diving diploma if marine wildlife is what you're looking for... 

              Visitors from all around the world usually go to Umhlanga to relax and have fun on one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. This is where you can practice surfing, kitesurfing, scuba diving, stand up paddleboarding and all kinds of watersports! You will be amazed by the golden coast line of Umhlanga and the hospitality of the locals! 

              The Sapphire coast will leave you breathless with its 40 kilometres of golden beaches! This magnificent stretch of coast extends from AthlonePark in the north to Clansthal in the south! And for those who love mountain biking the 1000 hills in the north are where they will pass most of their time! 

              Durban is a top destination for any kind of sport lover! Indulge in the destination with the most warm days per year and be sure that you will have the type of vacation you were looking for! 

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