One of the biggest attractions in Durban is uShaka Marine World. Me having no kids in tow, initially this was nothing I was gonna spend time on. But when I was dropped off here to go to the beachfront, I had to walk through the Village Walk to get there. You can probably go another way, but I didn’t bother to find that out. The Village Walk is free of charge, so why not. It is filled with shops, eateries, and much more. A nice place to take a stroll through. uShaka Marine World is made up of six parts. Wet ‘n Wild (water world), Sea World (aquarium), Dangerous Creatures (reptiles), Chimp & Zee (rope park), Village Walk (entertainment complex), and Kids World (jungle gym). Already being there, I did a little reading and figured out visiting the aquarium at Sea World could be a nice thing. The largest aquarium in the southern hemisphere. But when going to get a ticket, I was told that it is not possible to visit the aquarium only. You will have to buy a ticket that includes access to all the animals show, feedings, and other activities. Unless, there is not a private function at the aquarium in the late afternoon/early evening, which was the case of the day I was there. As it was not a must-do for me, it was a-okay.