DESTINATIONSEVENTSMAGAZINETOP STORIESTOURISM SA Photo Adventures in Mpumalanga and Durban By travelogue - August 6, 2018 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter South African Tourism recently hosted celebrities and media both from Nigeria and Ghana to explore the regions of Mpumalanga and Durban in South Africa. Travelogue brings you photo adventures from the trip. Explore below… Beautiful Scenery at Ushaka Marine world – Durban Boat cruising in Durban Bukola Komolafe at the Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Mpumalanga A sunset baost cruise in Durban! Kwazulu Natal, South Africa is magical!!! This 2 hour cruise from Wilson Wharf was amazing, here is a great view in the boat of Harbour when you arrive Abimbola Craig and OC at Durban July. Abimbola Craig at Durban July. Boma Braai Eku Edewor at Durban July – Durban July an annual event held at Greyville, Durban with the finest in fashion, culture and lifestyle Eku Edewor at Boma Braai Eku Edewor on her Seway – Durban Eku Edewor – Boat Cruise Enjoy Durban from a Seway , the Seway ride along the beachfront is not only an experience of its own but you get get to explore Durban in style. Face your fears – The Big Swing located in Mpumalanga South Africa is the ultimate adrenaline rush. Giovanni Caleb at the beautiful – Bourke’s Luck. This iconic attraction in Mpumalanga is the meeting point of the Treur River and the Blyde River. Ifeanyi Attamah at Durban July James Gardiner at Ushaka Marine World Jennifer Awoh and James Gardiner at Durban Botanical Gardens, Durban Kayode Baker, Ifeanyi Attama, Selly Galley, OC Ukeje at the Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Mpumalanga. Kelechi Amadi and Eku Edewor in Durban Kelechi Amadi Obi and James Gardiner practise their Segway skills in Durban. Liz Osho at Victoria Street Market – Durban Liz Osho, Busola Komolafe and Selly Galley at the View Restaurant, Mpumalanga. Lunch with the sharks at Cargo Hold, Ushaka Marine World – Durban OC Ukeje at The Valley of a Thousand Hills Mpumalanga Phezulu Safari Park nestled in the Valley of a Thousand Hills and less than 35 minutes from Durban, the Phezulu Safari Park offers a unique African experience. Segway Ride at Durban Beach Front, Durban. The Big Swing, Mpumalanga The group about to enjoy the Segway ride along Durban’s beach front The Group arrives Mpumalanga which means ‘Place of the Rising Sun’ The group at beauty of Bourke’s Luck – iconic attraction in Mpumalanga The Group at Shangana Cultural Village, Mpumalanga The Group at Ushaka Marine World, Durban. Ushaka Marine World – Durban. The Group at Victoria Street Market – Durban, enjoying the local offerings. The iconic Bourke’s Luck in Mpumalanga is the meeting point of the Treur River and the Blyde River which are known to the locals as the river of happiness and sadness. Eku Edewor and James Gardiner James Gardiner and Abimbola Craig The Group at a Traditional Braai Dinner, Mpumalanga.