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Escape To these Quiet Places in South Africa
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Escape To these Quiet Places in South Africa

Escape To these 8 Quiet Places in South Africa ~ Travelling can be exhilarating, eye-opening and, more often than not, transforming. The bustle and rush of seeing, doing and experiencing the abundance of what South Africa has to offer its visitors can sometime...
8 Unknown Places in South Africa You Must Visit at Least Once
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8 Unknown Places in South Africa You Must Visit at Least Once

There is something about the unknown that stirs one to explore, take to the open road, and these unknown places in South Africa are no exception. We guarantee by the end of the article you’ll be contemplating which unknown place in South Africa you most lov...
On Safari in Cape Town? Yes You Can
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On Safari in Cape Town? Yes You Can

On Safari in Cape Town ~ Yes You Can! The Western Cape game reserves are, admittedly, not the jewel in the crown of the province more famous for its vineyards, mountains, seascapes, whale watching and Cape Dutch architecture. But game reserves there are,...
Cederberg Weekend Guide: Places to Visit in the Cederberg
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Cederberg Weekend Guide: Places to Visit in the Cederberg

Cederberg Weekend Guide ~ There are a myriad things to do and places to visit in the Cederberg, one of the most popular weekend getaways in the Western Cape. It's popular because it's so close to Cape Town, it's a hiking mecca, and is known for its iconic s...
Explore the Matroosberg Private Game Reserve
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Explore the Matroosberg Private Game Reserve

Just 35 kilometres from the picturesque area of Ceres lies the Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve. Surrounded by the magnificent Matroosberg Mountains, which tower at 2 249 metres above sea level, this really is a uniquely idyllic getaway. In fact, this is the...
The Baths in Citrusdal
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The Baths in Citrusdal

We spent a few hours at The Baths in Citrusdal during December – it’s a huge property with accommodation and the Baths boasts hot and cold swimming pools, rock pools, private baths, hiking trails, mountain biking and bird watching!  There is also a shop for pu...
Are you cold enough?
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Are you cold enough?

In the Western Cape we are accustomed to it getting really chilly in winter. And when its gets to a certain level of cold (you know - when you have to put extra logs on the fire, turn on another heater, get out a thicker pair of socks) then you know that there...
Ceres – it’s not just about the Fruit
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Ceres – it’s not just about the Fruit

Ceres, in the Western Cape, is named for the Roman goddess of the harvest and plenty. Living up to this name, the town has a reputation as one of the best fruit growing areas in South Africa, and accounts for a large amount of the production of deciduous and o...