Africa Regent Guest House

Address: 24 Regent Place, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4051, South Africa | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 24 Regent Place, Durban, is near Mitchell Park, Tembe Elephant National Park, Natal Shark Board, and Nambiti Game Conservancy.
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    Travel Blogs from Durban

    Dark days

    A travel blog entry by the4thjourney on Mar 12, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... were gone …. It was a life or death moment and on this occasion it ended well with only the loss of a car, Grants phone and some personal possessions. All too often in South Africa this scenario ends with a shooting and most often with a death !!!

    As volunteers we are constantly reminded of the dangers in South Africa. Poverty, unemployment and wayward youth creates a melting pot of crime and riots amongst those who feel most disadvantaged. White people ...

    Shopping in Durban day

    A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Mar 10, 2014

    2 comments

    ... low and have now contracted the first stomach upset of the holiday. Very glad to be here in comfort. I stayed home while the others enjoyed a local Italian restaurant. So really a nice quiet day in good company. Probably what we need while trying to get ourselves set into a new time zone. Tomorrow is a drive for an overnight stay inland which may include a cultural show and the odd zebra hopefully. Bye for now. ...

    First ever walking safari

    A travel blog entry by deniseandted on Feb 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... lion roaring, storm gradually easing, all this performed in the pitch dark. The ‘Gumboots’ singing and stomping, traditional performance handed down from a time when the drums were not allowed in the mines and they stomped their gumboots instead, was stunning. All the boys took part, and the rhythms often complex, were just amazing.

    We can follow their online concerts at dbchoir.co.za, when they have a Music in the Mountains festival May 1-4 2014. ...

    South Africa - Friends rediscovered

    A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Jun 28, 2013

    6 comments, 72 photos

    ... which aids the poachers, we might be able to save these magnificant animals. It is so maddening to be helpless to do much to stop this carnage except in a small way by contributing to groups who are trying to find and prosecute the poachers.

    Camping with Mike & Marianne was absolute luxury following my West African trip. This tent had a big blow up double mattress and multiple blankets, as well as a REAL pillow! In addition, Mike & ...

    Seeing a bit of the Real Africa

    A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Jun 24, 2013

    8 photos

    ... he gave us detailed instructions on how to get to Al Khair as well as writing the name down for us to ask anyone on the way. And the recommendation was brilliant, we got our bunny chow. It is a curried meat dish served in a small loaf of bread rather than with rice (yay, no rice!). And as me and curries go, it was delicious. We also got our traditional garlic naan; felt like we were back in India (even though it turned out it was actually a Pakistani ...