The city of Durban lies on the east coast of South Africa, and is part of the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It has some of the country’s most beautiful and popular beaches, especially loved for the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
The province, as a whole, has about 600 kilometres of coastline, but the popular beaches in Durban are along the Golden Mile, which is actually about four miles (or 6.4 kilometres) long. The beaches are flat and sandy, with plenty of room for a stroll, sun-tanning or a game of volleyball. The waves are great for surfing, but safe for young and old to enjoy as well. Most of the beaches are protected by shark nets, as well as safety beacons and lifeguards. Continue Reading