The much-awaited ‘deep snowfalls’ finally arrived in the Eastern Cape this past weekend. I could see the white-capped mountain peaks from my office window, which made all regular work immediately redundant.
Thinking of Durban, or Durbs as us South Africans refer to the seaside city affectionately, has always brought back happy holiday memories for me. The city has always been a December favourite for South Africans, and after the 2010 FIFA World Cup two years ago, it’s received a lot more attention from international visitors.
If you’re thinking about coming to South Africa to try out adventure activities, you’ll need somewhere to stay. Here are a few of the backpacker establishments that regularly host adventure travellers.
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