Coliving in North Beach - Durban
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If you happen to have an amazing property next to the surf where people can stay and get their work done in North Beach - Durban, you can apply now to start hosting remote workers through Coworksurf.
Here are our coliving spaces closest to North Beach - Durban:
Coworking & Coliving by the Surf in JBay, South Africa with Steffi
Coworking & Coliving by the surf in Swakopmund, Namibia with Oliver & Iris
Coworking in North Beach - Durban
Looking for coworking spaces in North Beach - Durban? Here is an overview:
Working Remotely in Durban
Located on the Indian Ocean coast of South Africa, Durban is famous for its laid-back beach vibes and surf culture. With a year-round tropical climate and temperatures rarely dipping below 24 degrees, it's an ideal place for surfing and remote working.
Although there are some sketchy parts due to the big economic divide, there is a burgeoning cosmopolitan scene here. In comparison to Cape Town and Johannesburg, the city's affordability, also makes it an attractive destination for digital nomads.
With its mix of Indian, African, and European, Durban has a rich diversity in its population, which is reflected in its vibrant cultural art scene as well as its incredible food. With influences from India and beyond, the cuisine is flavorful and the fresh seafood is delicious.
If you want to venture away beyond the city, the Kwa-Zulu Natal region's national parks, and the Drakensberg Mountains are stunning and perfect for weekend trips.
For surfing, the city beach stretch called the Golden Mile provides a safe haven for surfers, thanks to its lifeguards year-round and shark nets. If you prefer a good stretch instead of surfing, you can also join a beachfront yoga session.
When it comes to workspaces, Durban is home to some great coworking spaces. And there are also plenty of work-friendly cafés thanks to a great cafe and coffee culture.
Surfing in Durban and North Beach
Dubbed as "surf city", for a good reason, Durban is an incredible surf destination and a great warm water alternative to J-Bay. Although best known for its excellent beach breaks, the city also has some gnarly reef breaks.
On top of a bunch of awesome breaks within a short distance, thanks to shark nets on most beaches, it's also one of the safest places to surf in South Africa.
If you're a beginner or intermediate, you can surf Durban during the whole year. However, the best time with the least wind is normally from April to September. And if you're looking for the biggest swells, the peak season is June to August.
North Beach is a consistent beach break, offering good surf throughout the year with both left and right-handers. As it's the most convenient location in Durban it can get very crowded. Normally its a very easy paddle out, enjoyed by everyone, however if its big the current can be strong and the wave hollow.
Durban’s main airport, King Shaka International Airport, has various connections worldwide. To reach the city center from the airport, you can take a taxi, shuttle, or rental car.
If you're already in South Africa, you can catch a train or drive from Johannesburg and Cape Town.