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101 Things to do in Durban for under R101.00 (under $15.00)

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11]. Sharks Board visit:
The Sharks Board welcomes and encourages visitors to its complex in Umhlanga Rocks where they can view a 25 minute audio visual presentation on the day to day work done by the Sharks Board as well as the important role sharks and other animals play in the marine ecosystem. This is followed by a 20 minute dissection of a shark.
12]. Enjoy an afternoon tea in the Botanical Gardens.
Durban’s Botanical Gardens on the eastern slopes of the Berea ridge that began as a site for growing experimental tropical crops, today offer a herbarium, an orchid house, a Cycad collection, a garden for the blind and a charity tea garden. The tea garden is open from 09h30 to 16h15 daily. Additional Info: Durban Botanical Gardens. Address: 70 St Thomas Road, Durban.
13]. Snorkelling at uShaka Marine World.
Get up close and personal with the marine life - try a snorkeling session at uShaka Marine World.
14]. Watch Live Jazz.
Catch live jazz every Wednesday evening at The Centre for Jazz at the University of KwaZulu Natal.
15]. A visit to the Durban Natural Science Museum.
Visit the Durban Natural Science Museum - Hosts a number of informative and educational displays of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. The museum also has an Egyptian mummy. It will provide hours of entertainment for children and adults alike. There is also a coffee shop in the museum. 1st Floor, City Hall, Smith Street, Durban.
16]. Enjoy a cocktail at Billy the B.U.M.S.
This world-class cocktail bar and restaurant (504 Windermere Road, Morningside, Durban) provides imaginative dining, complete with barmen who can spin bottles in the best Tom Cruise Cocktail style! B.U.M’s stands for "Basic Up Market Socialite" and this is the crowd that frequents Billy's, where focus on atmosphere is as important as on the American styled food. Choose a cocktail from the menu, which contains more than 50 exotic and classic mixed drinks, flared up for you by one of Billy’s cocktail bartenders.
17]. Take a trip on the Umgeni Steam Railway (Inchanga Choo Choo)
Trips to Inchanga are on the first and last Sunday of each month twice daily 08h45 and 12h30. Trains leave from Kloof Station (Stokers Arms).
18]. Visit the Juma Musjid
The twin minarets of the Juma Musjid are a striking feature of Grey Street. It is the largest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere, with a floor area of 975 square metres, & the capacity to take an assembly of 4500 worshippers. The mosque is located on the corner of Grey & Queen Street. Call 031 306 0026.
19]. Watch the boys play touch rugby on the beach!
20]. Visit the Fitzsimons Snake Park.
Home to South African and exotic species. Snake feeding on weekends after every venomous snake demonstrations daily: 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 14:30, 15:30. Snake 'touch' demonstrations offered at schools using non-venomous species. Snakebite management lectures offered at hospitals, ambulance companies and medical schools. Telephone: 073 156 9606.

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