More ways to play – try the Segway

More ways to play – try the Segway 😁

Also known as human transporter, this 2 wheeled, self-balancing electric vehicle is fast becoming a popular way of doing city tours worldwide. It’s good fun & definitely makes for an entertaining way to explore parts of EThekwini.

📍Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban.
Also available in the South Coast. See website link below.

🥳Fun factor: GREAT fun – even the rain couldn’t stop the #goodtimes.

🏋🏾‍♀️Fitness level: n/a.

👧🏾 Suitability for kids: There’s no set minimum age to ride a Segway but most operators stipulate either 13yo (accompanied by a guardian if under 18yo) or at least 35kgs.

💸Cost: R285 for a 45min trip. Longer tours at different prices are available.

🤩 What we loved most:
– A different way to experience Durban’s promenade, we loved gliding, zipping and weaving along this segment of coastline. It’s a good thrill as you build confidence and start going faster and learning fun tricks on the Segway.
– While we chased “speed” and thrill (🤷🏽‍♀️), others in our group chose to take it easy & gently meander along the promenade, and had just as much fun. This isn’t necessarily made for the adrenaline junkie but, rather, it’s for those seeking a different & fun way to experience Durban’s promenade.

🚦What you need to know: it’s preferable to make a booking otherwise you may get bumped to the back to the back of the queue and end up waiting a frustratingly long time for a ride.

Check it out 👉🏽 https://www.segwayglidingtours.com

100 outdoor activities in 100 days! Choose adventure. Colour outdoors 🤸🏾‍♀️☀️😆

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