The Durban Botanic Gardens is the most prepared surviving botanic garden in Africa. Set on the slopes of Berea Hill, northwest of the downtown region, the porch nurseries were developed in 1849 for the trial of agricultural items. Today, guests can walk around the indigenous and fascinating subtropical plantings, including superb legacy trees, some of which are more than one hundred years of age.
The primary plant accumulations incorporate cycads, orchids, bromeliads, and palms, and guests can likewise encounter the Garden of the Senses. Notwithstanding the rich plant biodiversity, no less than fifty distinct types of winged creatures are perpetual inhabitants of the patio nurseries.