DUR­BAN

Road Trip - - PUT A SPRING IN YOUR STEP -

Green Cor­ri­dor net­work of­fers a va­ri­ety of walks, which range from 2km to more than 25km, to ex­plore the city’s na­ture and cul­ture.you can dis­cover, for ex­am­ple, the bio­di­ver­sity of the man­groves along the um­geni River. Once you are in the Beach­wood Man­grove Re­serve, wildlife – in­clud­ing fid­dler crabs,mud­skip­pers,and even croc­o­diles – abounds.

In Yel­low­wood Park, the Ken­neth Stain­bank Na­ture Re­serve of­fers walks in 250 hectares of coastal bush, where you can see a va­ri­ety of an­te­lope, in­clud­ing ze­bra, impala and bush­buck, as well as richly var­ied flora and bird-life.

If you pre­fer your walks a lit­tle more ur­ban, the pedes­tri­anised beach­front of­fers around 6 km of flat strolling with more than enough out­lets of­fer­ing cof­fee, ice-cream, cocktails, and meals for walk­ers need­ing sus­te­nance. At Bike & Bean you can take a break from walk­ing, hire a bi­cy­cle and cruise the beach­front, then re­turn for caffeine, snacks and con­ver­sa­tion.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from South Africa

© PressReader. All rights reserved.