Africa Print Durban Expo 2020
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We hope you are inspired at the Africa Print Expo at the Durban ICC!
Entrance to the expo is free, you can REGISTER ONLINE or at the expo.
Date: Wednesday & Thursday 11-12 March 2020
Time: 9am – 5pm Daily
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Durban ICC (International Convention Centre)
The Durban ICC is a versatile venue of multiple dimensions – flexible enough to meet any need, big or small, no matter how extraordinary. International conventions, exhibitions, sporting events, concerts or special occasions – every requirement can be accommodated. Flexibility and versatility are key factors in the design of this state-of-the-art, technology-driven centre and the team constantly strives for world-class service excellence.
Address: Durban ICC, 45 Bram Fischer Road, Durban, 4001, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa
Parking:Parking at the Durban ICC can be accessed at 45 Bram Fischer Road, Durban.
Hotels:There are many hotels in close proximity to the Durban ICC.
Durban provides a glimpse into South Africa’s multi-cultural history, with its vibrant Zulu culture, and visible Indian and colonial influences. The beach is hugely important to locals, as watersports enthusiasts and sunbathers lap up the ever present rays of sunshine. The Drakensberg mountain range is even more thrilling –– with its prehistoric rock art hidden and engraved in its caves.
- The Golden Mile
Surf until you drop, take a walk, or cycle along the promenade and explore the surf museum. The risk of shark attacks is minimal as it’s protected by shark nets and watched over by lifeguards.
- Indian District
‘Little India’ is a bohemian dream with its delightful sights, sounds and smells. Durban is home to the largest Indian population outside India, and the huge and glorious Juma Musjid Mosque.
- KwaMuhle Museum
It’s ironic that a museum documenting the fight against apartheid is the former building where apartheid laws were enforced. Powerful photo and video displays are worth the visit.
- Botanical Gardens
Blooming with living fossil plants, orchids, bromeliads and palms, this wondrous garden has remarkable heritage trees from all over the world –– some over one hundred years old.
- uShaka Sea World
Meet dolphins, snorkel among fish and make jaws drop as you’re lowered in an enclosed cylinder intto the large shark exhibit. You can also splash around in the fun-fuelled waterworld park.
- Essenwood Market
Every Saturday this expansive market, set under a glorious canopy of evergreen trees, offers arts and crafts, handcrafted jewellery, clothes, and diverse food and drink options.
- Umhlanga Lagoon Hiking Trail
Take a hike through this superb coastal forest, crossing the Ohlange River to the beach and lagoon. It’s a sanctuary for over 200 bird species and other smaller mammals.