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Moses Mabhida Stadium offers adventure activities for fun seekers. Try out the SkyCar ride to the top of the arch or walk 500 steps to the sky platform on the Adventure Walk. All Access Tours, Segway Tours and the world's only stadium Big Swing can...more
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44 Isaiah Tshangase Road, Durban 4001, South Africa
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this is not just a sport ground/venue. there are other fun activities that you can engage in like bungee jumping/ helicopter ride/ stadium tour to view with a tour guide. and also there are restaurants where you can relax and enjoy
Good venue. Ample parking paid. Very secure parking at Suncoast casino down the road with a short walk. Plenty space outside stadium including a walk/ride flat circular concrete track leaned in the middle. Stadium has sport and coffee shops. Pay funicular rides roof top with...More
Attended the President Manifesto launch on the 12 January 2019. The stadium was packed but all the people were accommodated. Nice stadium I have ever visited. The view on all sides is perfect. Easily accessibly the chairs. Steps are in order. Big screens are nice...More
Great experience going to the stadium. There is a lot of things to do. Nice restaurants around the stadium with friendly people and yummy milkshakes on a hot day. The Segway tour was a blast. Helicopter ride was awesome! Just a downer that the cable...More
I had the full intention of doing the swing and cable car 🚠 at the stadium but once I arrived I just didn’t seem up to it anymore, I had other things in Durban that sparked my interest more. But for those who do want...More
The people's park is fun for the kids but very limited can't really make a full day of it. It has a small park and a venue to hire bikes.
It is a great place to take family photos.
The skycar is awesome, something you...More
After having driven around the stadium looking for the parking we were eventually directed to the parking on the opposite side. Having chosen to go on a day when the Market was open (unknown to us) we were faced with queues of cars all vying...More
We went to Moses Mabhida hoping to just have a look around, Little did we know the variety of options we had.
We started with the Market that had a variety of food and other gifts on offer.We tried the waffles which were very nice,...More
Excellent for family coffee breaks. Best place to catch up with chit chat with friends while kids can cycle and take selfies by the water truffle. To watch all the soccer matches and hear the vuvuzelas in the horizon. Real iconic place for all tourists...More
Took a walk up the stadium and watched the bunjee jumping being done. Great experience. Missed the bunjee, will do it next time hopefully
There are several tours inside - a walking tour(50R), a walk to the top of the stadium(100R) , bunjee(unsure about price)...More
It would only cost you R60 to get into the Sky Car!
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Airport to Moses Mabhida Stadium area (1 Replies)
From what I can tell this is a 20 min drive or so. Will probably be a little busier around World Cup time which is when I plan to go. What is the best way of getting there? Taxi? and approx cost Is there a train option? and approx cost, cheers!