MaxProf Durban Beach Front Tour

On 9 June 2023, MaxProf employees based at the Durban branch, headed to the Durban Beachfront for a relaxing and insightful experience.

The perfect winter’s day started with a bike ride alongside the beautiful beach front from the Point Waterfront to the Blue Lagoon which is a popular hangout and fishing spot.

The stretch of promenade is called the Golden Mile and the wide stretches of gold sands are separated by various piers.

The promenade is a popular walking and running trail where various groups of people train before the Comrades Marathon.

After a 2-hour cycle they headed for Surf Riders Cafe a popular restaurant on the Beachfront where we enjoyed a healthy breakfast to curb their rumbling tummies.

The next stop was ‘Dangerous Creatures’ at uShaka Marine World where the dedication and love of the staff towards the animals was truly commendable.

We had the opportunity of seeing the diverse types of reptiles and amphibians, how they live and the food they eat. The staff were highly informative about the creatures throughout the tour.

From the dangerous creatures on land to the dangerous creatures in the ocean, their next stop was the Aquarium.

The Silvertip Shark can be seen in the Aquarium, and it is one of only four places in the world to see them so close.

Watching all the fishes swimming in these large tanks was truly mesmerising to watch and the best way to relax and forget about all the stress and worries you may have.

The tour would not have been complete without visiting the penguins and although they were not on time for a show, they were thoroughly entertained and were made aware again of the importance of reducing their use of plastic products.

The day ended with a wonderful light meal at KuD’Ta Restaurant on the Pier which provided a breathtaking view overlooking the sea and the Harbor entrance.

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