Follow four American bloggers as they journey across the country for what is surely going to be an unforgettable trip. From Johannesburg, all the way down the coast to Cape Town, they’ll be capturing what makes South Africa a truly sought after travel destination.
An article called “36 Hours in Cape Town” was recently published in The New York Times, highlighting amazing Cape Town attractions and things to do and see if you only had 36 hours in the city. Full of handy tips and insights, anyone reading this article would want to head to Cape Town for a holiday.
The terrain of North West province is characterised by flat areas with scattered trees and grassland, along with the Magaliesberg mountain range in the north-east and the Vaal River bordering the south. This unique environment offers hikers a wide a choice of short and long trails.
“Moer and gone” is a South African colloquial expression meaning “very far away”. But the tempting destinations in the lavishly illustrated user-friendly book, Things to do in moer & gone places, are not always very far away in geographical terms – they’re just places, often off the beaten track, that will entice you to visit some of South Africa’s less well-known areas.
South Africa is famous for its diversity – of people, wildlife, scenery, habitats and experiences. With so much going on, it’s difficult to keep track of all the fascinating facts about the country, but here are a few of the country’s claims to fame ...
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