Dressed in vibrant and elaborate headdress, with a cart decorated to match, you won’t miss a rickshaw rider on the Durban beachfront. It’s a must for tourists and for those who live here too. Here you pay to sit in the cart while your pulled around and along the promenade.
Did you know that Durban has a ringing bell society? We’re not surprised, bell ringing starts from our schools, where new learners get to ring the bell as they start a new year, or the seniors do the same to mark the end of their primary or high school years. This tradition follows through into our societies like church.
Sit by the dock of the bay and waste time…Otis Redding was onto something. Wilsons Wharf is teeming with local restaurants that you can spend a morning, afternoon or evening at and watch the ships come in and out of Durban’s Harbour.
These are just a touch of some of the unique experiences you can come by when you make KwaZulu-Natal your retirement home. The warm weather, the close-knit communities and clubs, and iconic, cultural areas make this a unique place to call home.