The coaches, although old (early 1950s) are comfortable, the friendly staff is outstanding, and the whole experience absolutely magical
You get to Die Hell – a national monument – by the longest dead end road in South Africa. You’ll drive 57km of a precipitous mountain road that climbs and climbs high into towering, cloud-swirled peaks.
An immersive experience in the wilderness, such as the Mphongolo Back-pack Trail, engages all of your senses and lets you experience nature in a new and visceral way.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of entertaining Eric Moe, an extremely well-travelled Canadian tour operator, who popped into Cape Town for a quick visit.
In the autumn months of April and May, the Eastern Free State lights up with cosmos magic.
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