A popular attraction is The Golden Mile, a nickname for the sandy, surfer-crazy beaches dotting the Indian Ocean in Durban’s downtown area. Other attractions include the famed Durban Botanical Gardens and the Blue Lagoon Beach, which is Durban’s popular fishing spot.
... More /> With the port city being home to one of the largest Indian populations outside of the Indian subcontinent, curries are the order of the day here. Tourists should also ask for a unique Durban specialty, the Bunny Chow (a hollowed quarter loaf of bread filled with a curry of your choice).
Durban is commonly referred to as the ‘perfect holiday paradise’ because of its mild climate all year round. The average temperature in summer reaches 25°C–30°C, with moderate high humidity. The port city counts approximately 320 days of sunshine ... More in a year, promoting dense sub-tropical vegetation.
The city has a population of 3.2 million people, of which almost one million are Indians having historical roots tracing back to their forefathers who were brought to the province to work in the sugarcane fields.
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