South Africa's third-largest city after Johannesburg and Cape Town, Durban is golden sands and Afro-Indian culture. The city is home to the largest population of Indians outside of India. Over the years, the distinctive traditions of the subcontinent have been irrevocably fused with the native culture of South African - Durban's local flavor is one that is entirely unique. Durban's Golden Mile is its most defining feature, a stunning, 5.9 kilometers (3.7-mile) stretch of sun-baked sand that edges the deep blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Surfers, swimmers and sunbathers flock to the waterfront, replete with restaurants, resorts, souvenir shops and pools. For a close encounter with sharks, there's the uShaka Marine World, while Florida Road is the place to be for culture, cafes and nightlife. Although not well-known, the Inanda Heritage Route winds its way through the Inanda Valley, linking together sites of great import to the history of the nation, including such gems as the home of Mahatma Gandhi, the grave of Dr. John L. Dube, and the Ohlange Institute where Nelson Mandela cast his vote in 1994. The nearby Shakaland and PheZulu Safari Park, alternatively, grant a glimpse into the intriguing lives of the Zulus. The Moses Mabhida Stadium is a popular modern landmark and along with a blooming food scene, Durban is a beachside beauty on the rise.