Visitor Information

The Tourist Junction, in the restored Old Station Building, houses the Tourism KwaZulu-Natal offices, where you can find information about almost everything that's happening in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. It's open weekdays 8–4:30 and weekends 9–2. There’s also a satellite office, conveniently located along the Golden Mile, one of the city's premier destinations. Sugar Coast Tourism (covering the Umhlanga and nearby Umdloti areas), is open weekdays 8:30–4:45 and Saturday 9–1, and Sapphire Coast Tourism (covering Amanzimtoti to Umkomaas) is open weekdays 8–4 and Saturday 9–2.

Contacts

Durban Tourism Office. 90 Florida Rd., Durban, KwaZulu Natal, 4001. 031/322–4164; www.durbanexperience.co.za. Weekdays 8:30–5.

Durban Tourism Beach Office. 1 K.E. Masinga Rd., Beachfront, Durban, KwaZulu Natal, 4001. 031/322–4173; www.durbanexperience.co.za.

Sapphire Coast Tourism. 95 Beach Rd., Amanzimtoti, KwaZulu Natal, 4125. 031/903–7498; www.sapphirecoasttourism.co.za.

Sugar Coast Tourism. Shop 1A, Chartwell Centre, 15 Chartwell Dr., Umhlanga, KwaZulu Natal, 4321. 031/561–4257; www.zulu.org.za.

Tourism KwaZulu-Natal. 031/366–7500; www.zulu.org.za.

Tourist Junction. 160 Monty Naicker Rd. (Pine St.), at Soldiers Way, City Centre, Durban, KwaZulu Natal, 4001. 031/366–7500; www.zulu.org.za.

Umhlanga Tourism. Chartwell Centre, 15 Chartwell Dr., Shop 1A, Umhlanga, KwaZulu Natal, 4321. 031/561–4257; www.umhlangatourism.co.za.

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