With valet King Shaka airport parking, simply drop your car off at the terminal, where a driver from the chosen car park will meet you and drive your car to a secure car park, where it will be parked for the duration of your stay. Upon your return, the car park will be tracking your flight, so they know when you arrive back at the airport. Give them a call once you have collected your luggage and they will have your car ready for you to collect. King Shaka airport parking doesn't get any easier!
King Shaka airport parking is made easy with ParkVia. Booking your valet parking space is fast and easy. Make your booking now to ensure your space. You can make your booking for King Shaka airport parking online.
Rated 4,84 based on 2187 reviews
A great & professional experience
Definately the way to go, trouble free and so convenient.
communication was very good between the driver and myself. The driver was very accomodating, my flight was delayed by 2 hours...arrived at 1am in durban... when i contacted the driver he would always say "don't worry just phone me when at the airport" and he was on time. The cost was reasonable R93 for two days. Car was also washed and he helped to get a trolly and load/offload the bags. Well done. Dees Moodley
I would prefer to pay the total amount on my credit card.
Anthony, driver, was more than professional.
This is the first time I was using a service like this, and from my experience, it is definitely not going to be my last.. I was so awesome not having to arrange lifts to and from the airport.
Very reasonable price for an excellent service.
Thank you Fly and Park for excellent services as always.
None Very satisfied
Will definitely use Rehoboth Valet parking again
The parking was easy and hassle free, the driver was waiting for me on departure and arrival. Thank you
The staff was efficient and helpful. The whole process was done very professionally even when my flight was rescheduled and later delayed by an hour, I wasn't charged extra. I would highly recommend Rehoboth and will continue to use their services.
Just would have liked to pay the hole bill when I booked it.
King Shaka is the third busiest airport in South Africa after OR Tambo and Cape Town. 5 million people travel to and from the airport annually.
King Shaka is the new modern airport, which replaces the old Durban International Airport. The airport opened in 2010, just before the opening of the 2010 World Cup. King Shaka was named after the 19th century Zulu leader Shaka ka Senzangakhona.