Five Burnham

5 Burnham Drive, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4051, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Burnham Drive, Durban, is near Tembe Elephant National Park and Natal Shark Board.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Five Burnham Durban

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    Travel Blogs from Durban

    First ever walking safari

    A travel blog entry by deniseandted on Feb 26, 2014

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    ... spotted jackal tracks, then rhino tracks, just below our bungalows! Then a herd of Burchell's zebra watching us from close by. Beautiful! From there we spent almost three hours, we had so many sightings. We passed near kudu before spotting white rhino, but dead-eyed Ted had spotted a giraffe across the riverbed, so off we went there first. A large male over 10 years old was nibbling at the thorny acacias, and we stayed nearby just watching him and taking photos as ...

    RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY.....

    A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Oct 20, 2013

    12 photos

    ... plans as some kids were trying to steal balloons while their balloons were randomly popping, we quickly took the balloons to the streets where I was surprised to find the adults were equally excited about receiving balloons as the were the children.
    Following this we had a special "cutting of the ribbon" to mark the Hall Open, then to the streets again to hand out flyers and donuts while Sonya and I were left to entertain the local ...

    Seeing a bit of the Real Africa

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

    8 photos

    ... Laura tried to get some of the sand out of her bikini and hair! We dried off, showered and were soon ready for our next adventure.

    I was honestly quite worried about going into Durban city; from all the stories and negativity from the press and even the locals, Laura and I decided we were only going to go on public transport (as recommended) and dressed like locals as much as possible; jeans, cardigans and we took no bags. The first bus took an hour to get ...

    Oooooh! Shaka

    A travel blog entry by seanspacifica on May 11, 2012

    8 photos

    ... day on the BazBus, leaving Durban at 7am and arriving into Port Elizabeth at 10pm. The journey was nowhere near as bad as we expected as there was lots to see along the way. Our driver told us all about Durban and what we could have done there (bit late as we were leaving) and then headed towards the Transkei and the Wild coast. He warned us to expect anything and everything in the Transkei because he has been doing this job for over ...

    My trip to Durban, South Africa

    A travel blog entry by dkrablean on Mar 14, 2012

    1 photo

    ... family and their community. Family is very important as it is in most areas. White families are small and live as a nuclear unit. Black africans have strong family ties, even if nuclear families are not always able to live in the same house because of employment or education. The country struggles often and is reluctantly giving to each ...