• Just beyond the bustling city of Durban lies the cool, tranquil Valley of 1000 Hills. The valley is a scenic 30-minute drive inland from the city and the Indian Ocean.
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    Next to the uMngeni River estuary lies the “Green Hub” which is the centre of the Durban Green Corridor initiative. Green Hub is an environmental friendly building.
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    Take a trip on the SkyCar or make the 550-step adventure walk to the top of the arch and enjoy panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and Durban.
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    The Inanda Heritage Route takes in some of the most important, albeit little-known, historical sites of Durban. Winding its way through the Inanda Valley.
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    This magnificent stretch of coast extends from Athlone Park in the north to Clansthal in the south, and boasts 40 kilometres of golden beaches
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    Visitors from around the world flock to the holiday resort village of Umhlanga to relax and have fun on one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world.
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    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.
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    The world class uShaka Marine World, situated in Durban, South Africa, Sea World, Wet ‘n Wild, and uShaka Beach, to the night time festivities of the Village Walk.
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    Wilson’s Wharf, situated on Durban’s Victoria embankment between the Yacht Mole and the Sugar Terminal, is the City’s trendiest fusion of fun, food and crafts
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