Durban is a radiant jewel shining on the crown of South Africa. The captivating metropolis is one of the perfect destinations to immerse into the nation’s delight and tempts tourists to spend money on air tickets aboard flights landing here.


Durban is one of the most scenic cities in South Africa and boasts myriad of lures to pull global travellers. Located in southern hemisphere, the country features a warm weather between November and March, setting Britons on a mad scramble for tickets aboard flights. The period is ideal for indulging in pleasant weather and enjoying memorable vacations. Here are some ideas to make Durban trip more gratifying!

Learn A to Z of Zulu Lifestyle

Travellers arriving on South Africa bound flights and interested in the traditional Zulu culture often take a tour to Shakaland. Many travel operators offer day-tour packages to this heritage village. Here, holidaymakers get an opportunity to witness the lifestyle of the Zulu community, savour traditional cuisines of South Africa and enjoy a brilliant performance by locals. One can buy tickets to tour this heritage village and gather more information about the culture of the nation.

Watch the Sea Creatures

A tour to uShaka Marine World is a beguiling destination for family holidaymakers grabbing air tickets to visit Durban with kids. With uShaka Sea World, uShaka Wet ‘n Wild, uShaka Beach and uShaka Village Walk, the tour offers a chance to encounter countless marine creatures such as bottlenose dolphins, sharks, whales, turtles as well as ocean birds in their natural habitat.

Take a Glance at Old Durban

take-a-glance-at-old-durbanHistory lovers who are boarding South Africa bound flights can take a walking tour of Old Durban to get an insight into the heritage and colonial past of the city. A visit to the first railway station, old platform, the workshop, Farewell Square and the largest mosque in Southern Hemisphere known as Juma Musjid Mosque provides big picture of the fascinating past of the nation. Visitors buying entry tickets to the Local History Museum and Durban Art Gallery get an opportunity to gain knowledge about the history and culture of South Africa.

Immerse into the Nature

Nature lovers contemplating to reserve tickets aboard flights for visiting this postcard perfect city of South Africa get amazed by its sheer natural splendour. The rare African plants and orchids of the Botanical Garden, the breathtaking scenic beauty of the lush green forests, valleys and waterfalls draw the attention of all those who take holidays here.

Have Fun in the Water

underwater-divingMost beachcombers spending on tickets aboard South Africa flights include Durban in their tour plan. Thanks to city’s rich wealth of picturesque beaches that offer a spectacular sight and coveted chance of enjoying the diverse range of water sports. Visitors can feel the breeze while surfing the waves. Or they can go for underwater diving and witness the colourful coral reefs, purple seaweeds paired with outstanding aquatic creatures. 

Get Up and Close with the Big Fives

South Africa is famous for wildlife safaris and millions of holidaymakers’ board flights to the Rainbow Nation every year to watch the ‘Big Five’. Tourists purchasing air tickets to arrive in Durban with a desire of experiencing safari trip can head to Hluhluwe Game Reserve. Situated at the heart of Zululand, it is highly renowned for its Rhino conservation and also boasts fascinating animal species such as lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards and buffaloes.

Quench the Thirst for Adventure

Just half an hour drive from the city centre, Shongweni Dam and Game Reserve is a must-visit place for adventure seekers taking flights to this South African city. There are various trip organisers who conduct excursions to this place. One can go for mountain biking, kayaking, abseiling, canoeing, rock climbing and zipping – choices are unlimited to quench the thirst for doing the best of adventure.

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