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We took a Sho’t Left to the Eastern Cape

Our very own ‘wild’ province, the Eastern Cape, features expanses of untouched beach, bush and forest. This beautiful corner of South Africa was the feature of our latest Sho’t Left tour.

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Embark on a Magaliesberg adventure

If you drive 45 minutes down the road from Johannesburg, you’ll stumble upon one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. Welcome to the Magaliesberg Mountain Range, with an abundance of valleys, ravines, cliffs and waterfalls for the pleasure and indulgence of nature lovers.

If you’re heading through, here are some things you can do along the way.

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Picturesque Pedaling: Cycling the Klein Karoo

Wide roads, epic vistas and no traffic? The Karoo is one of South Africa’s best kept cycling secrets.

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Port St Johns - Undiscovered Heart of the Wild Coast

Untouched, uncrowded and truly breathtaking, this sleepy Transkei village has something for everyone, including really large portions of R&R.

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Cape Town voted the World's best city, here are 22 reasons why

South Africa, there is so much to love including amazing diversity and beauty. One the truly iconic highlights of our southern corner of Africa can be found in the Western Cape.

Yes, we’re talking about Cape Town of course, and the Telegraph has written a lovely testimony to the brilliance of our Mother City called “22 reasons why Cape Town is the world’s best city”.

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Raise your glass to South African brandy – the world’s best on the R62

If you mosey on down the R62 in the Western Cape, you’ll discover a world of deliciousness that can only be found in this corner of the country. It’s called the Brandy Route and on the way you will stop by a few small towns that produce the world’s best brandy.

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Ready to run, Comrades?

It’s downhill all the way this year, in the world’s oldest, and largest, ultramarathon: The Comrades

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Darling Gets Its Daisies Rocked

Every year the sleepy Western Cape village of Darling comes alive - not just with vibrant blooming daisies, but with one of South Africa’s most glamorous music festivals.

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Birds of a feather flock to SA’s best birding spots

Home to 10% of the world’s bird species, South Africa is a twitcher’s utopia packed with coastal, inland and tropical sightings for the keen eyed traveller.

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A Sho't Left in the Northern Cape

Our largest province is also one of our most beautiful gems. It’s dry, it’s sparse, and it was the focus of our latest Sho’t Left tour with South Africa’s favourite musicians, Mi Casa.

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