• Bethulie, Free State

    Bethulie, Free State

    19 October 2013

    Bethulie is an historic old southern Free State town near the country’s largest stored body of water, the Gariep Dam, which feeds the Orange River.

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  • Adventures in and around Bloemfontein

    Adventures in and around Bloemfontein

    30 September 2013

    Bloemfontein is a great starting point for exploring the adventure activity options available in the Free State province.

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  • Steam trains at Sandstone Estates, Free State

    Steam trains at Sandstone Estates, Free State

    10 September 2013

    There’s a farm in the eastern Free State where steam trains on narrow-gauge tracks keep the culture of the old locomotive alive and running.

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  • Honeymoons in the Free State

    Honeymoons in the Free State

    7 September 2013

    A honeymoon in the Free State is perfect for those who enjoy the tranquillity of farmlands and the traditional hospitality that goes with it.

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  • Springfontein to Jacobsdal – The Horizon Route

    Springfontein to Jacobsdal – The Horizon Route

    26 May 2013

    The Horizon Route is one of the Free State’s lesser-travelled byways – rich with diamond legends and South African War tales of more than a century ago.

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  • The Clarens Golf Estate, Free State

    The Clarens Golf Estate, Free State

    17 March 2013

    The 18-hole Clarens Golf Estate course follows a river and takes in several dams, offering a layout that requires a strategic game.

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  • Smithfield to Philippolis – the 'upper Gariep route'

    Smithfield to Philippolis – the 'upper Gariep route'

    24 February 2013

    Take a 200km trip from Smithfield to Philippolis over a leisurely three days to explore this historic region of the southern Free State.

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  • Rouxville to Fouriesburg – a western Maluti Mountains route

    Rouxville to Fouriesburg – a western Maluti Mountains route

    24 February 2013

    Each of the old towns along the Lesotho border in the eastern Free State has its own story – and its own set of attractions.

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