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

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91]. Go horseriding on the beach.
Join Horseback Beach Adventures for an adventure of your life! Enjoy a thrilling walk, trot or gallop across the sand, splashing through the waves. On longer rides, all can enjoy the bareback ride into the ocean at our halfway picnic site, weather permitting! Call 084 467 0752 for more information. - Please Note: This activity is no longer under R101.00. Please confirm costs when booking.
92]. Try out the Nissan 4 x 4 Track at Gateway World.
Pushing entertainment to the limits is something that comes naturally to a complex like Gateway. With some of the wildest terrain imaginable right here at your finger tips, extreme motoring enthusiasts will be over heating with excitement. If you are a licensed driver then this 4x4 track is an experience you don't want to miss. The carefully crafted expedition will take you into hidden canyons, through river beds over Surprise ridge and so much more.
Nissan supply you a vehicle and a guide to get you through the 10 min off road track.
Taking you through water traps, sand pits and around the treacherous roll over corner, pushing your vehicle to over a 40 degree tilt! An exhilarating drive, and the memories of the will stay with you for a lifetime.
93]. Visit MiniTown.
MiniTown is situated on the Durban beachfront, and is  a miniature city replicating Durban. It's fun to view this knee high replica of Durban and it makes a great a family outing. It almost looks like a little toy land, and as the miniature trains and planes move around the kids will be amazed and excited. There is even a miniature harbour with ships, as well as an airport. Mini Town is at 112 snell Parade, Durban.
94]. Have fish & chips at Charlie Crofts Dockside Diner.
The restaurant, named after the Port Engineer who, around 1890 instituted the dredging system for Durban Harbour, offers an extensive pub menu for the lighter style lunches and dinners.
95]. Have tea at The Royal Hotel.
The Royal Hotel is located on Smith Street, and has been in existence for 150 years. It's hard to believe that this haven of grace is right in the heart of a busy cosmopolitan city. There is a quiet sense of restrained elegance which belies the bustle outside; a warm welcome echoes a bygone age of care and comfort in an unhurried mood of luxury. Treat yourself to tea or a light lunch.
96]. Walk along Vetch's Pier.
The pier is close to the entrance to the Durban Harbour, so it's a great view point to watch the ships coming into berth.
97]. Try flowboarding at Gateway World.
There are two FlowRiders (beginner waves) that are great for grass roots entry level into the phenomenal sport of flowboarding. Head to Gateway and give it a try!
98]. Catch a show at The Barnyard Theatre.
The Barnyard Theatre is a great place to watch a show.  A small venue with tables and chairs, pack a picnic dinner or order a takeaway meal to be delivered. 
99]. Watch the Mr Price Pro Surfing Competition.
Head down to North Beach and watch the pros take each other in the waves.
100]. Catch a concert at the Botanical Gardens.
Concerts at the Gardens are held regularly throughout the year.  Pack a picnic and find a shady spot and relax. Carols by Candlelight with the Philharmonic Orchestra is always a popular event.
101]. Shopping and Indian Culture at The Chatsworth Centre.
The Chatsworth Centre is a truly uniquely Indian shopping centre, renowned for its spices, eastern garment and jewellery, the tastiest bunny chows and breyani as well as the experience of true Indian Culture. Situated at 17 Joyhurst Street, Chatsworth.
102]. Have a Picnic at Giba Gorge in Hillcrest.
This is an event for the whole family! Pack a picnic afternoon lunch and hitch some bikes. If you are not into having a picnic, you can watch one of your kids ride the water fall trail, your other son jumping on the BMX track and your little one riding around on the grass on the kid's bike - all from the restaurant. Call: 031 769-1527.
103]. Take your dogs for a walk on the beach.
Take you dogs for a walk on the beach. This is one especially for dog lovers. It’s fun for your best friend (the dog) and sea sand is a natural and free way to exfoliate your skin. Don’t forget to shower and moisturize after. The view of the Durban skyline from the beach is amazing and will give you the perfect, free backdrop for super photos.
104]. Lunch at Pot & Kettle in Valley of 1000 Hills.
Take a leisurely drive to the Valley of a Thousand Hills and stop of for brunch or lunch at the Pot & Kettle.
105]. Play pool at get lost at Gateway.
Enjoy a game of pool with freinds, and a drink from the bar. a social delight.
106]. Go-carting at Gateway.
Go carting at gateway - An adrenaline rush lapping around the coarse as you race your friends to win!
107]. Deep sea fishing.
Enjoy a relaxed day on the ocean, and the excitement of reeling in a fish. Then go home to braai your fresh fish as the sun sets. Enquire in Durban and Umhlanga.
108]. Gateway fun fair.
Gateway fun fair - New section open in gateway for the whole family, especially the kiddies. Plenty of rides to enjoy. Also a new 4d experience to be seen.
109]. Imax at Gateway.
Sit and get involved in a film of your choice in front of the huge Imax screen at Gateway Theatre of Shopping.
110]. Gondola Boat Ride.
Enjoy floating along the stream in a romantic gondolier outside of Ushaka Marine world. Pure time out!
111]. Submit a "Thing to do in Durban":
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