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La Lucia, Lake Jozini, Glen Ashley, Morningside, Midlands, Hillcrest, Durban Central, Cathedral Peak, Glenwood, Champagne castle, Berea, Oslo Beach, Kloof, Durban Beachfront, Chaka's Rock, Umdloti Beach, Westville, Kosi Bay, Durban North, Durban
Tranquility. I was mainly in the City centre.
With a stretch of resplendent beach that extends for miles, the suburban area of Bluff consists of several smaller suburbs on the southern shores of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal Province. The suburbs are built on an ancient coastal dune system that ends at a promontory, an easily visible landmark for ships entering the harbour. The Bluff is the southern quay of Durban’s port entrance.
The Bluff is mostly plush residential homes and a yacht basin along with some industry interspersed and a naval base on Salisbury Island.
Holidaymakers are lured to the Bluff for the wide expansive beaches, warm sea and beachfront activities, and dolphin schools regularly swim close to shore. The Bluff is also within close proximity of the vibrant city centre, and the chilled Berea suburbs where the café society hang out.
Top 8 reasons to visit the Bluff
1. The Bluff has 3 exceptional swimming beaches; Garvies, Ansteys and Brighton Beach. The uShaka Beach nearby is a... Show more
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