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    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Guinea Foul at Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, CapeTown SA.

    • 5 months ago
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  • NightLife NightLife

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Busy street of Cape Town South Africa taken from the Ritz Hotel,  Perfect location for views of Cape Town at any time of the day.  I would recommend any room in this hotel but try to stay above fllor 10 for the best views,.    One side features the city of Cape Town and the other Signal Hill.

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  • Coastline South Africa Coastline South Africa

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Picture taken along a drive of the coastline in Cape Town South Africa.  The weather was perfect and the scenery amazing.

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  • Adventurous Encounter with Cap Adventurous Encounter with Cape Town

    • From: Brianmcquillan
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      Spectacularly decked with natural beauty the city of Cape Town is a perfect melange of sophistication, hospitality and luxury. The local population is well known for its hospitable nature that imparts it a towering presence on world tourism map. Thousands of tourists from different corners of the world board Cape Town flights ticket to catch a glance of its incredibly scenic surroundings. south africa  wilde life
      Being more than a city with scintillating beauty, Cape Town wears another hat as an adventure destination. Brace your brave heart inside embark on a rewarding adventure spree.
      Cable Car ride to the top of Table Mountains:
      Your cable car journey to the top of Table Mountains is going to be one of the best experiences of your life. It is advised to keep some warm clothes with you as temperature on the top of mountain is not the same as the ground.
      Climbing Table Mountains:
      Climbing Table Mountains is also an adventurous activity most visitors want to indulge in. The climbers can take Platteklip Gorge route which is easy to access. Climbing Table Mountains
      Visit to Cape Peninsula:
      Make a trip to the Cape of Good Hope through Simon's Town and the African penguin colony at Boulders. Never forget to go to Cape Point in the Table Mountain National Park.
      Swimming:
      The destination is good for those with a love for swimming. The beaches on the False Bay side are hit-it-off with the swimmers.
      Surfing
      Surfing is also an added attraction of Cape Town. Muizenberg is an ideal place for first time surfers.
      surfing-at-noordhoek-beach-cape-town-south-africa-sport In addition, Cape Town also offers snorkelling and kite surfing options. Feel excited, wake up adventurer in you and board a flight to Cape Town from London to reward yourself an experience of lifetime.

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  • Take an Expedition to South Af Take an Expedition to South Africa this Season for a Perfect Vacation

    • From: Brianmcquillan
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      Have you been planning to take up a vacation for a long time? We understand that you were not able to realize the travelling plan last year because at the end moment, something vital came up that required your presence which you could not afford to let go. The fact is comprehended that life is game of ups and downs that you need to handle with care because one wrong decision may land you in a perplexing state where everything would seem to be passing you by but you would not be able to catch hold of them. Therefore, it becomes mandatory for you that you plan your schedule accordingly in order to execute your various tasks with ease. Same goes for travelling. If you’re a passionate wanderer who likes to travel places, then you need to be cautious when it comes to deploying your plan.

      So, what have you decided? Where are you heading to? You must have covered a lot of destinations being a keen traveller who’s always on a lookout to hunt something that has never been run into by others. How about setting off a venture to South Africa?

      South Africa is a gem of a country. In fact, it is one of the most admired and diverse countries of the world that capture the attention of a lot of holiday-makers and vacationers from all corners of the world. Now, the question arises here is why? The answer is simple. It beckons all the backpackers who don’t believe in wasting time when it comes to taking cheap Fare To South Africa.

      South Africa is one of the most enchanting nations on the planet that are filled with sheer diversity in every sense you can imagine. You would come across so many reasons that let you see in your mind’s eye why this gorgeous country lets its visitors reap certain benefits from its never-ending charisma.
      What is not there in South Africa that people don’t find too hard to resist?

      Grab yourself an exotic combination of culture, people, history and landscapes which are enough to make the stay a pleasurable one.

      In order to book Business Class Flight to south Africa, you can contact a trustworthy travel agency that deals with cheap air tickets and some of the best deals to South Africa. Did we mention about the attractions? No! Don’t worry. They are really incredible and the cities are just beyond compare. You can visit Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and many more to explore that are brimming with spectacular activities and attractions that can’t afford to go unnoticed.

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    • 2 years ago
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  • Cape Town to Victoria Falls Ca Cape Town to Victoria Falls Camping Overland Trip - Part 1

    • From: Tamzyn
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      Yes that's right, I chose to embark on a total roughing-it style overland trip. Camping, not accommodation. Adventure, at its best. What an experience.

      Day 1 - Meeting the Overland Crew

      Our pre-trip departure meeting has been postponed until tomorrow as our tour guide’s opening speech is drowned out by the noise of a packed pool party at the backpackers. We’ll receive Innocent’s official welcome speech when we reach our campsite and the need for a mime rendition is negated. I did however meet some of the interesting travelers I will be sharing the next 21 days with as well as our fantastic friendly crew – 3 Zimbabweans and a Namibian. Everything is ready for a perfect trip and awesome adventure. I have even received my nickname already – Thamsanqa (means lucky in Zulu).

      Tomorrow we head into the ragged, rocky towers of the South African Cederberg Mountains north of Cape Town with the chance to enjoy a wine tasting tour before camping at one of the area’s gorgeous wine farms.

      Day 2 – Cederberg

      There could not have been a greater start to the trip! Plenty of drive-by photography as we all snapshot the hell out of the some of the insane Cederberg rock formations and the most mind-blowing majestic mountains I have ever seen.

      My world for sunscreen

      I have committed one of Overlanding’s cardinal sins and forgotten to wear my sunscreen. The scorching sun has turned my window arm bright lobster red and it’s starting to hurt! Ouch. We set up our tents for the first night and choose our new tent buddies before spending the afternoon lounging in a clear and cool blue waters of the pool overlooking the vineyards of The Highlander Wine Estate, getting to know the mixture of characters and personalities in our motley travelling crew.

      We are a diverse bunch with everything from adventurous Aussie boys and dynamic young Danes, to a hilarious South Korean Police Officer, an entertaining older Englishman and a Canadian. Many of them are seasoned travelers of Asia, South and North America.
      Star-sprinkled evenings

      We spend a blissfully quite evening under a sparkling star-filled night sky at the vineyard bar before turning in to our tents for our first night on nature’s orthopedic mattress, the ground. Useful Hint: Before choosing a tent buddy asks who snores.

      We are all extremely excited about crossing over South Africa’s largest river the Orange River tomorrow, which is currently in flood and has reached its highest level in 24 years!

      Our usual campsite is sitting under water, so we are crossing our first border into Namibia to camp on the Namibian side of the riverbank.

      Day 3 – Orange River

      A gorgeous sunrise greets us this morning as it rises and lights up the enormous vineyards before we set off on the truck towards Namibia.
      On the road

      Kim’s, the Police Officer, hilarious stories of life in Korea and travelling through South America keep us laughing our asses off the entire way. Did you know: melons are imported into South Korea and are so expensive that they are given as gifts in boxes?

      After a roadside lunch of tomato and cheese sandwiches in the dry Karoo heat we arrive in the historic town of Springbok, our last stop before entering Namibia. The Northern Cape’s largest town, Springbok is centred round a strange hill which now shows off some of Namaqualand’s strange floral life.
      The Namaqualand area is known for its spectacular transformation in spring in which the dry scrub-land bursts forth in a dazzling show of flowers.

      The heat is frying our brains as it visibly rises off the road in front of and as we cross the flooded Great Orange River and Namibian border. Our first border post of the trip- YIPPEE!!!

      Felix Unite, tonight’s campsite on the banks of the Orange River has had its lower bar and lodges flooded. The pool and poolside bar overhanging the river offer up an awesome view and the best spot to watch the sun go down over the river whilst we enjoy a few pre-party drinks.

      Orange River Punch Anyone?

      Tonight is punch night and the entertainment is proudly provided by the duly appointed punch master and punch bitch!

      A few of us choose to play drinking games and have refreshing late night swims in the camp pool, laughing into the early hours. We are going to regret this in the morning when we have to spend 7 hours on the truck!

      I wonder if the Fish River Canyon is more or less beautiful when you are wearing vodka/beer/cane/shooter goggles.

      Stand by for the next installment! 

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  • The endangered dung beetle, Ad The endangered dung beetle, Addo Natl Park, S. Africa

    • From: kwalker99
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      South Africa - January, 2011

    • 2 years ago
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  • Storms River Mouth, Tsitsikamm Storms River Mouth, Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa

    • From: kwalker99
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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Victoria & Albert Waterfront, Victoria & Albert Waterfront, Cape Town

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa Black Rhino Reserve. S. Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Glimpsed in the bush at Black Glimpsed in the bush at Black Rhino Reserve, S. Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Black Rhino Reserve, South Afr Black Rhino Reserve, South Africa

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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Madikwe, South Africa Madikwe, South Africa

    • From: kwalker99
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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Sleeping off dinner, Madikwe, Sleeping off dinner, Madikwe, South Africa

    • From: kwalker99
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      South Africa - January, 2011

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  • Mother and child, Madikwe, S. Mother and child, Madikwe, S. Africa

    • From: kwalker99
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      South Africa - January, 2011

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