The Bluff

A 4km ridge that provides the land-locked harbour of Port Natal with its  southern  arm is known as the Bluff, or to the Zulu as isiBubulungu (‘the long bulky thing’). The ridge is a 90m high bush-covered dune of sand, which protects the harbour from winds.    Marine Drive runs along the seaward side and leads to a viewing site from where there is a  panoramic view of the harbour and city.  King, one of the founders of Durban, is buried on the bluff.

Karkloof Canopy Tour

Karkloof Canopy Tour

In a section of indigenous·forest in the Karkloof hills, 17km from Howick, is an aerial...

Comrades Marathon House

Comrades Marathon House

Situated  at  18  Connaught  Road  Scottsville  the  Comrade's  Marathon  House  is  an old...

Macrorie House Museum

Macrorie House Museum

Situated on the· corner of Loop and Pine Streets, it belonged to the right Reverend Bishop of...

Reid’s Building

Reid’s Building

The former principal thoroughfare, Church Street, was converted in 1990 into one of the most...

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