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by LittleTwoTwo
2 years ago
Amazing Waterfalls of Africa

Housed within the 'Dark Continent' are some of the worlds largest, most scenic, widest, most powerful and tallest waterfalls. This article is all about them.

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by inkpot
2 years ago
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa: What to Do and Where to Stay

You don't have to reach your expiration date before you can experience a piece of heaven. Picture yourself sipping on an ice cold Pina Colada on a white sandy beach, before you commit to the same old annual camping trip. Plettenberg Bay is located in the Western Cape Province...

Travel & Places
by Jubble
3 years ago
Things to do in The Garden Route, South Africa Which Don't Cost a Cent!

The Garden Route in South Africa is renowned for its incredible natural beauty, which unsurprisingly has made it a tourist magnet for visitors the world over. As with all tourist meccas, as popularity increases, so do prices! However, you will soon discover that it is still possible to see the very best the region has to offer, without spending a cent!

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by Yindee
3 years ago
South Africa's Floral Abundance and new Tree Canopy Walk at Kirstenbosch

A world heritage site and the most floral dioversity per square metre - plus the new bridge for a walk amongst the tree tops. Reason enough to visit Kirstenbosch, the botannical gardens that have something for everybody. From tree huggers to intrepid hikers. Even blind, disabled or downright lazy visitors can chill with over 7000 species of plants and soak up the bliss.

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by Yindee
3 years ago
A Better View of South Africans from the Paarl Afrikaans Monument

Twenty years ago South Africa was in a giddy state of munltnational euphoria under the leadership of our first black president. The late Nelso Mandela, like everybody else was free to visit beaches movie houses, bottle stores and ride on train carriages that had been reserved for "whites only." The former system of racial separation had a lot to do with the Afrikaans language. Today we visited the monument in Paarl. It is open to all races and pays tribute to them in the symbolism of the architecture. 

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by Yindee
4 years ago
Victoria Falls is a Place of thrills and Spills in Darkest Africa

Victoria Falls is on the Zambezi River that runs across Southern Africa. Further up, it joins the Chobe river at the Chobe Game reserve where we "Chilled out on the Chobe" in a previous Info Barrel safari. Now we continue along this river. Enjoy the show.

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by Yindee
4 years ago
Chill Out on the Chobe River in the Heart of Africa

Spend a few days with us in the Chobe River Game Park. An experienced game spotter will drive us through the African bush so we can see animals galore. Luxuriate in a game lodge and enjoy the Chobe River at sunset. This is a personal story and also tells how healing herbs like olive leaves can help the local population. Watch my movie to see a real life "cat scan" with the airport cat - Maria.

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by Lisa Williams
4 years ago
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The Top 5 Surf Spots in South Africa

Since I'm a local I though I share a little bit about some of the top spots around the country. So what do we have to offer in South Africa? , Well, tons really, it depends on what you are looking for. Is it big wave surfing you are...

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by Le Gratitude
4 years ago
Travel & Places
by Yindee
4 years ago
Meet the Stars and Animals on a Farm in Sutherland

A week end on a sheep farm with loads of tame animals on a stargazing trip to Sutherland is an unusual South African tourist experience. Yet it highlights the people, the terrain and hospitality of this country. On a guest farm called Blesfontein there is a private observatory. There are also tours around the local area and to the main observatory to see South Africa's Largest Telescope. (SALT) We loved all the tame animals on this unique farm. Hug the alpacas, sheep, Meer cats, horses and zebras. Enjoy ostriches, antelope, pigs and chickens. What a place!

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by gloomz
5 years ago
MalaMala Game Reserve

Looking for the ultimate African safari experience? Find out more about South Africa's MalaMala Game Reserve

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by TerrieTez
5 years ago
Table Mountain Cableway and much more in Cape Town

You will have heard of the must-see Table Mountain Cableway although you may not know about the other spectacular sights in and around Cape Town, South Africa,  a stunning Continent well worth a long flight.

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by A1girl
7 years ago
South Africa

South Africa is a country of diverse culture and origin with an important role in the history and development of the African continent. History of South Africa First of all, the first humans could have lived in South Africa: archeological finds have suggested...

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