Durban Shopping

Durban offers a great array of shopping experiences, from the Beachfront, where you can buy cheap beadwork and baskets, to enormous Western-style malls such as Gateway in Umhlanga. In general, bargaining is not expected, though you might try it at the Beachfront or with hawkers anywhere. Look out for goods indigenous to the province: colorful Zulu beadwork and tightly handwoven baskets.

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African Art Centre

  • Art Galleries

An outstanding collection of art and crafts from local artisans is on offer at this nonprofit center dedicated to promoting their work.

Cécile & Boyd's

  • Household Items/Furniture

Super-stylish interiors here cleverly combine the best of African and colonial design in a contemporary space. ...

Elizabeth Gordon Gallery

  • Household Items/Furniture

This small gallery carries a wide selection of work—including prints—by local and international artists and photographers. ...

Essenwood Craft Market

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

Under massive trees in the shady setting of Berea Park, this is one of the most popular of Durban's many flea markets, where classy stalls...

Indian Market

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

The most vibrant cross-cultural market in the city is a century old trading area where more than 150 vendors sell everything from recordings...

Mark Gold Jewels

  • Jewelry/Accessories

Contemporary handcrafted jewelry, many pieces featuring diamonds, is sold here. ...

The Stables Lifestyle Market

  • Crafts

Although the market, next to the Growthpoint Rugby Stadium, carries cheap imports from the East, these are offset by an interesting selection...


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