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What to Wear in the Western Cape – The Ultimate Packing List
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The Western Cape is a particularly beautiful province of South Africa and certainly one of its most popular tourist attractions. To ensure that you get the most out of your time in the Western Cape, which has Cape Town as its capital city, it is wise to be pre...
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Whale Watching in Mossel Bay

Whale Watching in Mossel Bay
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The entire length of the Garden Route is a natural wonderland, brimming with fantastic plant- and animal life. The town of Mossel Bay is one of the best known and most popular tourist stops along this world-famous route and offers visitors plenty in the way of...
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Whale Watching Infographic for South Africa

Whale Watching Infographic for South Africa
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To celebrate the arrival of Spring and the whales, we've prepared a fabulous Whale Whatching Infographic summarising all you need to know about whale watching in South Africa.  This new easy-to-use infographic includes plenty of handy information, including ho...
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Party the night away at the Two Oceans Hermanus Whale Festival
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Sponsored by Checkers, Coca-Cola and the Overstrand Municipality, along with some major supporting sponsors, the Two Oceans Hermanus Whale Festival is all about rip-roaring fun in the heart of the Western Cape. Hermanus is the whale-watching capital of the ...
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What to wear in the Eastern Cape – the Ultimate Packing List
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The Eastern Cape is known for having one of the most temperate climates in the world. This makes it a fabulous destination all year round, and also one that is fairly diverse in terms of what to pack. Amongst other things, this province is also known for havin...
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Revamp for Cape Agulhas

Revamp for Cape Agulhas
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The Cape Agulhas Lighthouse itself, as well as the precinct that surrounds and supports it, has, for some time, remained somewhat untouched and unexplored. For those that have visited this, the southernmost tip of the African continent, it is a very special an...
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Snuggling Up to Some Scaly Characters at Lawnwood Snake Sanctuary
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While snakes may not be everyone’s cup of tea, they certainly are fascinating, even for those that prefer to enjoy them from a distance. The Lawnwood Snake Sanctuary aims to educate visitors about hundreds of different snake species, from tiny to mammoth, and ...
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Romance on the River at Bitou River Lodge
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Right on the banks of the tranquil Bitou River, just 10 minutes outside Plett, lies the gorgeous 4-star retreat called the Bitou River Lodge. This lodge is more than just holiday accommodation in Plettenberg Bay; it provides an authentic (albeit somewhat luxur...
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Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary – Taking a Walk on the Wild Side of the Garden Route
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The Crags is an important part of the Garden Route in terms of the wildlife to which it is home. In addition to rescue facilities like Birds of Eden and Monkeyland, the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary joined the ranks when it moved to this area in August 2013. Ha...
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Kievits Kroon – The Corporate Venue of Choice
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For all the peaceful luxury of a country estate and the convenient facilities of a conference centre, Kievits Kroon is the ideal choice. Businessmen and -women from all over the country enjoy the hospitality of this five-star estate and its world-class ameniti...
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A to Z of South Africa (Part 2)

A to Z of South Africa (Part 2)
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Last week we brought you the first half of our South Africa A-Z series, because we Love South Africa so much and for so many reasons we thought we'd share some of them with you. So lets pick up from where we left off ... M - Mountains The topography of South...
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A To Z of South Africa (Part 1)

A To Z of South Africa (Part 1)
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South Africa really does have it all. We’ll prove it. We've come up with an A-Z list of what makes South Africa such a wonderful place to visit for a holiday (and to live in). We have split it into two parts so look out for the second half of this list next we...
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5 Top Struggle Sites In South Africa
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The history of South Africa is a mottled one. Like every country in the world, there are sad and tragic elements to it. However, the Rainbow Nation is differentiated by its being able to harness the pain and create a positive heritage from it. This educates it...
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Destinations for Watersports in South Africa
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The lure of the South African outdoors is just about all it takes to get millions of international tourists flocking to this land every year. Even the locals relish in exploring their country and enjoying its natural beauty and its overabundance of things to d...
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