Tag Archives: ZA – Cape Floral Region Protected Areas

Swartberg Pass route detail; TomTom

Ostrich farms, red cliffs and lush fields: explore Swartberg Nature Reserve…

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Penguins and Protea: Cape Point Peninsula; DrFumbleFinger; Travel Gumbo

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5 ways to make your trip along the Garden Route sustainable; Biz Community

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Top 9 things to do in Cape Town during summer; Amit & Anindita; FMT

Relaxing is easy in South Africa’s most beautiful city, with its beaches, lively art scene and excellent shopping.

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Western Cape; The South African

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Karoo: 10 Things to Visit and Do in Prince Albert, South Africa (And Where To Stay); Yolande Singery; SAPeople

This week The New York Times featured one of the Karoo’s (and South Africa’s) greatest secrets – Prince Albert, an 18th century village they describe as “an oasis of sorts, a dusty Afrikaans dorp, or farming village” that’s like suddenly “spying the Emerald City after a long trek on the Yellow Brick Road”. Before the rest of the world rushes to explore this hidden gem, local resident Yolande Singery has compiled a Top 10 must-do list for SAPeople travellers to ensure you get the most out of your visit.

Source: KAROO: 10 Things to Visit and Do in Prince Albert, South Africa (And Where To Stay) – SAPeople – Your Worldwide South African Community

Essential guide to Cape Town by a local; Once In A Lifetime Journey

South Africa – Cape Floral Region Protected Areas

All the best things to do in Cape Town, from vineyards to beaches, wildlife to nature, food to culture, as recommended by a local…

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Walking with whales in South Africa; CNN; Egypt Independent

The southern tip of the African continent is home to one of the world’s rarest plant kingdoms, but its equally remarkable for what happens in the waters that surround it. A big clue comes from the name of the extraordinary 56-kilometer hiking that weaves through countryside: the Whale Trail. The five-night, six-day trail takes its name from the hundreds of ocean-going giants that return to the waters off South Africa’s De Hoop Nature Reserve each year. The writer is embarking on the trail on a Cape winter morning, when there is sun playing hide-and-seek with the clouds.

Source: Walking with whales in South Africa – Egypt Independent