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.