Adam Kaupert Durban, South Africa Travel Blog

Greetings world travelers this is Adam Kaupert checking in with you from Durban South Africa. Did you know that locals refer to themselves as Durbs in Durban? The city is the third biggest in South Africa and one of the world’smost populous cities making it a surefire choice for this year’s Adam Kaupert’s tour of the world’s great cities! While Durban is often overlooked as a travel destination it has plenty to offer. The 2010 World Cup was held in Durban in 2010 and with it came some major improvements in the city’s infrastructure. The waterfront was completely renovated and revitalized. Where there used to be crime and grime there is a fantastic new waterfront with nary a sign of the old decrepit promenade. This is an Adam Kaupert Durban South Africa travel blog that I found very useful and hope you will too:

Thanks again to readers of the Adam Kaupert travel blog for making so many suggestions and offering their Durban advice, it is greatly appreciated.

Adam Kaupert visits the Marine World and the Seafront Promenade

I had been to Durban about 10 years ago on business and while I did not have time to explore this fascinating city, I was able to get a sense of the grime that used to fester down at the seafront promenade. The world cup was held shortly after my visit and wow what a difference it made! The sleek new design is clean and welcoming to tourists and locals alike who enjoy taking strolls and taking in the pleasant sights from the promenade. The Marine world is one of Durban’s top tourist destinations and for good reason. There is so much to see and learn here that you could spend days just taking it all in. Of course my regular readers of the Adam Kaupert travel blog will know that I always utilize the Adam Kaupert scam style of travel. The Adam Kaupert scam, or: Shoes, Camera Attitude and Map, style is a crucial tool that I use to make sure I’m prepared whenever I travel. This is a great Adam Kaupert travel blog that will benefit anyone visiting Durban:

If you like the Durban waterfront, which I know you will, you’ll be happy to hear municipal employees are planning to extend it all the way down to the south coast. This is an exciting development for Durban, South Africa and visitors alike! At Marine world you can check out their awesome aquarium or play at their theme park which is an Adam Kaupert travel blog official family pick. The Botanic gardens showcase some truly mind-blowing plants from all over the African Continent.

Adam Kaupert Eats and drinks Durban Style

While it isn’t known as a culinary mecca like Chicago or Paris, Durban has some gastrological offerings that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Outside of India Durban is home to more Indians than almost any other country in the world. Because of this it’s no surprise there are lots of good options when it comes to Indian food. There are a variety of curries available to choose from and all of them are about as authentic as you can get.Little India and Sunrise Chip ‘n Ranch were the two most recommended spots for food and drinks from Adam Kaupert travel blog readers. Other names that came highly recommended were Panorama Bar and The Lucky Shaker. Here’s a cool Durban Travel blog that has some great tips for travelling in the region:

Adam Kaupert Lodges at the Oyster Box Hotel

The Oyster Box was an easy choice. Located on the shores of Umhlanga the Oyster Box is considered to be one of the top ten hotels in all of Africa. With its luxurious offerings and amazing array of amenities, I was able to really relax in between drinks and sightseeing. The rooms look out on the Indian where there is a lighthouse that marks the inns location from the sea. The Oyster Box is known for their uncommon commitment to hospitality not to mention the theater located inside the hotel! Enjoy a

2 Lighthouse Road, Umhlanga, Durban, South Africa

27 31 514 5000

Thank you to everyone who joined me for this Adam Kaupert travel Blog excursion to Durban. I hope you’ll check in soon to see where I’ll turn up next. Safe travels everyone!

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