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51]. Take a tour of the Assagay Coffee Farm..
There is also a coffee shop for tasting open on weekends from November 26th.
52]. Visit the Bluff Nature Reserve & North Park Nature Reserve
There are two bird hides for bird watching and a trail has been laid out. Waterfowl life is fantastic in the large pond. Duiker and small mammals such as mongoose occur. Ablution facilities, parking and a picnic site.
53]. Sundowners at The Beverley Hills Hotel
Relax on the very comfortable couches at the Beverley Hills Hotel and enjoy a glass of chilled white wine while looking at the waves crashing onto the beach.
54]. Walk The Golden Mile or Golden 6km
It’s a popular self guided walking tour that received its name from the Portuguese explorers who referred to the sea sand along the coast in this area as the ‘Sands of Gold’. This walking tour normally commences at Natal Command, which is located at the corner of Argyle & Snell Parade. You need to walk in a southerly direction along the Snell Parade, which later becomes Marine Parade.
55]. Visit the Firkin Hophouse Micro Brewery & Pub
Visit the Firkin Hophouse Micro Brewery & Pub which is located at the Pavilion Shopping Centre. A 15 minute tour and beer tasting are available.
56]. Visit the Chef Mushrooms Farm Stall in Assegay
Take a drive to the Chef Mushrooms farm stall in Assagay, located on a working mushroom farm, you will be able to purchase fresh mushrooms and mushroom products! Free.
57]. Visit the tomb of Padsha Pir, one of two Islamic saints who lived in Durban
He was especially known for his good works and the regeneration of Islamic principles amongst the Indian community.
58]. Attend a Shembe community festival at Ebuhleni
Attend a Shembe community festival at Ebuhleni. Shembe’s citadel, overlooking the Inanda dam, is a communal establishment that sheltered the landless and disinherited during the apartheid years and is renowned as a model of black self-advancement, with a vigorous crafts-based work ethnic. Ceremonies display a great richness of Nazarite attire, ritual & symbolism.
59]. Visit African Blown Glass in Assagay
Furnace blown hand made glassware and stained glass. Telephone: 031 7681154.
60]. Scuba dive
If you are a certified scuba diver, explore the Ovington Court (1940) wreck. Located in front of Addington Hospital, approximately 50m offshore.

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