The Moses Mabhida Stadium is a stadium in Durban, South Africa, It was one of the host stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The stadium has a capacity of 62,760.
The stadium dominates the Durban skyline from far, so we decided to get up close and personal, we booked a public tour for $7 for all three of us, you can’t beat that price in South Africa, the tour is in English, and takes only 45 min.
All areas of the tour are wheelchair-friendly and are carried out by professional and knowledgeable guides equipped with a whole host of fascinating facts.
The dimensions of the Stadium are 320m×280m×45m. The arch also represents the once-divided nation coming together, inspired by the South African Flag, and so much history.
Greetings from the presidential suite, It’s very small, I wonder how did they decide who should be here for the world cup, I can fit my relatives in here. But we sure feel like VIP’s currently seating in these chairs.
The Executive Suites have the most sought-after vantage point. From here, guests enjoy first-class entertainment in a world-class environment. The inside Luxurious covered seating offers guests fantastic views from which to watch your favorite team on the pitch. you can lease the suite for parties or other events if you have lots of money in the bank.
The first time she holds a vuvuzela!
We thought we were going on Adventure Walk until we learn that it’s over 500 stairs and it was 79 degrees at 3 pm there was no way, luckily the cable was being serviced that day, maybe next time.
The adventure walk is for people who like to walk a lot more as compared to others. To reach the top platform and view the whole city there are two ways – one, take the SkyCar, and two, adventure walk. If you opt for an adventure walk, you’ll be climbing 500 steps to the top. This is a workout that you’ll always remember!
If you happen to visit the stadium you can try your hand at Bungee jumping or golf.
Moses Mabhida Stadium Location: 44 Isaiah Ntshangase Road (Walter Gilbert), Durban, 4001
The first adventure in Durban! It was quick fun and educational. We are out to the streets…….