FlySafair offers cheap flights to Durban from Johannesburg and Cape Town. Depending on the season we operate a differing number of flights from each destination to Durban, with more flights in the summer months. Click here to view our full schedule.
Durban is one of South Africa's three largest cities and is home to the country's biggest and busiest port. While Durban remains an important economic hub within the country it is also an incredibly popular tourist destination for foreigners and locals alike. Not only are the surroundings beautiful, but the tropical climate and warm ocean water make it a top beaching destination. One of the top tourist hot-spots in Durban is The Golden Mile, a pristine stretch of beach front right in front of the city.
Durban weather is very agreeable for most of the year, making it an awesome place for outdoor activities. A few top Durban things to do include:
Durban offers a great array of hotels, lodges and guest houses. While the city is quite large, it’s fairly easy to navigate, and finding central accommodation is seldom an issue. Click here to cheap find accommodation in Durban with our hotel partner, Booking.com.
Getting around Durban is pretty simple. Renting a car is advised in order to have full freedom to enjoy the many sites in Durban, because the city covers quite a large area. Customers who book cheap flights to Cape Town with FlySafair are also eligible to get 25% off their car rental by booking with First Car Rental.
The summers in Durban are beautifully warm, humid and tropical. People can expect to hit the beaches from October until as late as May. January and February are generally the hottest months where temperatures can climb into the high 30s.
True to a tropical climate, the region receives most of its rain during the summer months in short, heavy showers which are a welcome relief from the heat. June through September is generally accepted as winter time, but the temperatures are still wonderfully moderate making Durban a popular escape from the cold of Gauteng.