Durban

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About the Episode:

This week it’s all about surf and spice, as Hayden gets to grips with Durban’s famously fiery food and world-renowned waves. On the menu are some of the city’s most iconic dishes – a fish curry and a classic bunny chow – as well as visits to uShaka Marine World, Qutom sustainable cucumber farm and the Victoria Street Spice Market. Hayden’s epic South African adventure comes to an end in typical fashion – with a surf in the city’s legendary warm waters.

About Durban

Durban is perhaps South Africa’s most diverse and vibrant city, boasting a wide range of influences, cultures and cuisines. Durbs is all about heat – from the climate to the curries, everything about KZN’s biggest city sizzles all year round. Whether you’re a foodie, a surfer or just desperately in need of Vitamin D, Durban’s your best bet no matter the season.

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durban ushakaOcean Walker – uShaka Marine World

Get up close and personal with huge fish, rays and sand sharks and dive deeper into a fascinating underwater world.

T: (031) 328 8088
W: http://www.ushakamarineworld.co.za/animal-encounters/ocean-walker

durban waveWave House  – Gateway Theatre of Shopping

No visit to Durbs is complete without a surf. If the ocean seems too daunting, test your mettle at the Wave House, which boasts the biggest man-made stationary wave in the world.

T: 031 584 9400
W: http://za.wavehouse.com/

durban marketVictoria Street Spice Market

Victoria Street Market is a Durban icon – it’s colourful, aromatic and diverse, bringing together people from all walks of life in a vibrant setting. Here you’ll find everything from spices to fine jewellery, and experience the pulsating heart of this dynamic tropical city.

T: 031 306 4021
W: http://www.indianmarket.co.za/jhi/

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Where Hayden Stayed...

Endless Horizons is a luxurious boutique hotel set amongst lush tropical vegetation in the heart of Umhlanga. With a sparkling infinity pool that seemingly flows directly into the Indian Ocean below, and long twin ponds that flank the impressive entrance, it’s a water lover’s paradise, and the perfect setting for a relaxing and indulgent holiday. Boasting personalised service and ample privacy, as well as state-of-the-art facilities and conveniences, it’s ideally suited for business and leisure travellers alike.

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