Luxurious Things to Do In Durban

Durban

Tis the season to spoil you and your loved ones.  Yes, it’s the holiday season and here are the few things you can do in Durban to reward yourself for all the all the hard work you do on a daily.

1.     African Sensations Lodge and Spa:

Now if you’re looking for a 2 in 1 kind of treat, why don’t you check into the African Sensations Lodge and Spa.

Located in the seasoned area of Durban’s Morningside Suburb, where pleasant breezes from the Indian Ocean enhance the senses and relax you, for a delightful night’s sleep.  It is the quintessential place for rejuvenation and relaxation. Their services encourage a sense of privacy and tranquillity.

Their accommodation has 7 double rooms, all en-suite; air conditioning is standard with some rooms separate from the main house. All this is to ensure privacy for all the guests who may require it.

Apart from their health spa facilities they also have Jacuzzi, vast swimming pool and tropical gardens, the daily serving of breakfast and optionally your lunch and dinner.

Convinced?

2.     Hluhlwe Umfolozi Game Reserve:

This reserve is home to the African Big 5, you know the Cheetah, Wild Dog, Nyala, Giraffe and much.  This Game Reserve is primarily known for its conservation in Rhino, as this the very same reserve where Rhinos were saved from near extinction worldwide.

They have a variety of game drives such as day Drive Safari’s, night drive safaris, guided day and overnight walking trails from the Umfolozi park section.  You don’t have to worry about accommodation, it’s all there. All you have to do is choose what suits your needs. You can choose from the following: Hilltop camp, the hilltop camp consists of 4-bed safari chalet, the 2-bed safari chalet and the 2-bed rondavel. Rural yet exquisite.

And of course the luxury lodges, which consist of the Mthwazi luxury lodge, Mnyaweni Bush Lodge and Muntulu Bush lodge. Their restaurant has a fully licensed pub with a massive deck overlooking the Imfolozi River.  Chilled adventurous vibes.

3.     Umgeni River Bird Park

A lover of birds?  This Bird Park is for you. It was built by Dr Alan Abrey, situated in an old quarry site which used to carry water.

The park is situated in 3.5 hectares of abundant tropical landscaping and houses an increasing collection of more than 800 birds from 200species.

It’s the kind of place to enjoy with your family, there’s a cockatoo café, should you get hungry, so don’t fret. And no park visit is complete without seeing the free-flight bird show.

 

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