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Cheap and Free Things to do in Port Elizabeth.

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Positioned at the Eastern tip of the Garden Route, Port Elizabeth is the perfect start to the ultimate South African road trip, but don’t rush though this underrated corner of South Africa. Stay a while in the ‘Friendly City’ and experience the adventure and family friendly fun available at every turn. Unspoiled beaches, warm Indian Ocean and famously diverse landscapes, PE is a nature lovers dream, mix in a fantastic city vibe and some great people and you have the …

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What to do in Durban this Winter.

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Durban winters can hardly be called winter but the drop in temperature does allow for some different activities to be enjoyed. There’s no reason to be stuck inside so get out there and explore the wonderful city that is Durban. Big Swing at Moses Mabhida Stadium This one’s for all you daredevils out there- the Big Rush Urban Adrenaline at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. Officially the tallest swing in the world since 2011, the Big Swing will have you falling 80m into …

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A Safari Guide to South Africa: Top Game Reserves to Visit.

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Few destinations rival South Africa in terms of safari experiences. Home to the big 5 and with some of the most breath-taking natural scenery it’s no wonder visitors from all over can’t get enough of South Africa. With an abundance of game reserves in every region you can’t miss out on having your own safari experience wherever it is you may be in this stunning country. Pilanesberg- North West Covering some 55000 hectares, Pilanesberg is the fourth largest game reserve …

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Camping Guide to the Western Cape.

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The Western Cape’s spectacular natural surroundings, majestic mountains, coursing rivers and sweeping valleys make it the perfect setting for a tranquil, rejuvenating camping getaway and fortunately, a whole host of spots exist just for this purpose. So whether you enjoy luxury glamping or prefer getting back to basics out in the wild there’s something for everyone. Beaverlac Situated up in the Cederberg, about two to three hours from Cape Town, is Beaverlac. A favourite spot for local families and all …