Use code: N016300
Address: Vans Unit 2 Riverside Bus Park Corobrick Road Riverhorse Valley, Durban
Phone: 27 31 5695034
Durban Van And 4X4
Address: 190 Ke Masinga Road, Durban
Phone: 27 31 310 9700
Mostly distinguished as a sub-tropical beach holiday destination, Durban is South Africa’s paramount holiday resort. Whether your objective is to soak or the sun or explore the Indian markets, Durban’s cosmopolitan air has it all. It is the third largest city of South Africa and saw two waves of Indian immigration, making its population housing the maximum Indians in the country.
Hire your Avis car from any of the locations mentioned and get on the road to create your own personal adventure in this cool city.
The coastal stretch of Golden Mile is probably the most frequented areas in Durban. It is lines with hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes as well as includes uShaka Marine World, Moses Mabhida Stadium, and Mini Town.
By now you must have realized the abundance of Botanical Gardens in South Africa, and needless to say Durban also houses some. The Durban Botanic Gardens, is in fact, one of the oldest, and contains some exotic plantings. Visit the Umgeni River Bird Park marking almost 200 species of indigenous birds and an unmissable bird show.
Get nostalgic at the Indian Quarter, exhibiting sights and sounds of a busy Indian market, selling aromatic spices, saris and beaded sandals, incense and handmade adornments. You can even relish some authentic Indian culinary delights if you are feeling homesick.
Catch a game of rugby at Moses Mabhida Stadium, a world-class sporting avenue built for FIFA 2010.
Ushaka Marine World will delight the kids and adults alike with the largest aquarium in Southern hemisphere. More highlights of this marine wonderland include Dolphin Stadium, Seal Stadium, and Penguin Rookery.
Learn to surf on Addington Beach, check out Wilson’s Wharf – the place to see Durban Harbour, the busiest port in Africa, indulge in bargain deals at Markets of Warwick, explore the beautiful Hindu temple of Alayam, or watch a horse race at the Greyville Racecourse, you’ll never have a dull moment in Durban.
Make the most of your Avis car rental by exploring beyond the ‘Surf City’. Valley of a Thousand Hills, home to the Zulu people, and dense foliage lies 32kms from Durban towards the provincial capital of Pietermaritzburg. The Valley is bestrewed with quaint villages, panoramic viewpoints and beautiful gorges and also proffers some most prominent views of Drakensberg mountains and the Indian Ocean.
The Midlands landscape in the summer closely resembles a Northern European landscape. - wikipedia
Midlands Meander as the name suggests will enchant you with its tranquil pocket of midlands. Lying at the heart of KwaZulu-Natal, it is one of the most popular trips in South Africa and is abundant in lush countryside as well as heritage sites. Mandela Capture Site, outside Howick, and Nottingham Road and its famous brewery are must visit.
16 kms from Durban are the Umhlanga Rocks characterized by unspoilt rocky coast and long beaches. Indulge in water sports like surfing, deep-sea fishing, whale watching, dolphin viewing, scuba diving, and kiteboarding.