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BALLITO PRO - Every year!"THE DURBAN SURFING EXPERIENCE" EVENT SCHEDULE Important Notice: Please note that the event schedule could change at any time. Please check the schedule on a regular basis. Thanks! SO WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? WHERE/HOW DID IT ALL START?SURFING...SURFING...SURFING...and don't forget, SURFING! The Ballito Pro presented by…
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In 1947,Vasco da Gama named the rather large river mouth 'Rio do Natal'. Durban harbour has since become the largest harbour in Africa and the ninth largest in the world. The low water depth was initially less than 2 metres. Constant dredging has allowed for large ships to be able…
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Situated on the banks of the Umgeni River, Umgeni River Bird Park boasts spectacular waterfalls and lush vegetation. With more than 400 species of birds out on perches, in walk-through aviaries and open paddocks, this little jewel is one of the finest bird parks in the world! The Umgeni River…
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The Durban Botanic Gardens is a classic botanic gardens.It was founded in 1849 for the introduction and trial of potentially useful commercial crops.The gardens later developed collections of sub-tropical trees, palms and orchids.It has, for over 100 years, had a fine mixed arboretum of African, Asian and American trees. The…
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This 5ha reserve has an elevated hut to accommodate 10 people. There is no bedding or parking lot.There are braai facilities. A 2-3 hour trail leads to the Glenholme Nature reserve.
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This small reserve forms part of the Ingweni Trail and is one of the few trails in the Durban area that has a disabled/blind trail. There is also a 2 - 3 hour circular self-guided trail through grasslands and riverine forest and a 1-hour trail to the Clive Cheesman Reserve.There…
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This is a 1 - 3 day hike normally takes place during the winter months in parties of 12 and forms part of the Open Space System (D'MOSS) of trails around Durban. Although the trail is marked as a 3 day trail, the first day may be taken on its…
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Situated along the Umbilo River, the 100ha reserve has several graded trails and picnic and braai sites on the banks of the river. The waterfall is particularly beautiful, above which is Durban's original waterworks.Visitors may see mongoose, bushbuck, duiker and otter.
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This small reserve (110ha) has picnic sites, trails, braai sites and a hide at a waterhole. You can see zebra,nyala, impala, reedbuck, samango monkeys, vervet monkeys, bushbuck, duiker and other animals - including over 120 species of birds.There is also a walk-through aviary and interpretative centre.
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This popular 530 ha reserve is situated around and within the spectacular gorge of the eMolweni River, with kloofs and krantzes, streams and waterfalls.It is a must for bird watchers (more than 200 species including Wahlberg's eagle and the crowned eagle). There are also zebra, bushbuck, bushpig, mongoose, clawless otter,…
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