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This article contains a visit to Robben Island and in particular Nelson Mandela's cell
Anysberg, or Aniseed mountain, so named after the splendid scented air wafting up from the unique and diverse indidenous wild herbs growing abundantly in this region.
Cape Town with its majestic backdrop is one of the most beautiful cities of the world. A harmonious blend of architectural styles reflects the tastes of the past as well as today's more functional requirements. High-rise office blocks are found in between Edwardian and Victorian build...
the history of early South Africa and its indigenous people, the Nama and the San
South Africa is one of the world’s top travel destinations, and because of the high numbers of annual visitors to this beautiful vibrant country at the tip of Africa, the South African accommodation sector has been steadily growing and improving over the past 20 years.
South Africa is host to an abundance in cultural and natural wildlife experiences. Among these interesting tourist attractions are the indigenous townships that are gaining in popularity amongst visitors. Discover and explore South Africa like never before by visiting a selection of e...
If you're planning a holiday to South Africa, the town of Sedgefield in the Western Cape is a must visit; bordering a tidal lagoon, great for fishing, swimming, water sports and of course catching some sun! This article will give you some ideas of what to do, and where to go!
I love any kind of wildlife holiday, and generally the bigger the animal the bigger the thrill. And they don't get much bigger than an 18 metre whale viewed from a sea kayak.
I can unequivocally say that Birkenhead House is the most luxurious, glamourous establishment in which I have ever had the pleasure to stay.
We spent a few days of our honeymoon in Hermanus, and we arrived with just one thing on our minds. Whales, and lots of them.
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