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ENTER THE 2016 ADVENTURE TOWN OF THE YEAR COMPETITION

This is your opportunity to showcase all the activities that make your town a must visit destination with travellers seeking off the beaten track adventure and relaxation. Half a million Rand (R500 000) worth of television exposure on offer to the VICTORIOUS TOWN, and R50 000 worth

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Kanna Biodiversity Experience

Wide open spaces, fresh air, breathtaking mountains, fertile valleys, modern and ancient history, guided tours and rich culture – where else in the world can you experience a journey of such diversity? The peace and quiet and gentle pace of life here will give you a breather

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South Africa remains destination of choice: Hanekom

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s new visa restrictions may have dented the country’s tourism industry, but tourism minister Derek Hanekom says UK visitor numbers are well on their way to recovery.Hanekom is currently in London for the annual World Travel Market exhibition. He’s there to sell South Africa

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Herold Meander Farm Festival, 4 – 6 December 2015

This is a new festival in the Garden Route and Klein Karoo this December! There will be a variety of activities and artists at this event, which include: FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 4 -5 DECEMBER Diana Ferrus Poem Mooney & Ds Andre Boezak Willem Fransman Junior Dudley Brandt

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Classic Tsitsikamma

While the stormy seas and deep-green forests of the Tsitsikamma National Park have not changed much in its 50-year existence, nearly everything else has evolved for the betterment of man and the environment – far beyond the park’s official boundaries. Tsitsikamma is an assault to the senses,

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Plettenberg Bay and Robberg Nature Reserve

…At Plettenberg Bay on Sunday afternoon the beach is packed with families, kids playing happily in the surf, colourful tripper boats pulled up above the high-water mark. This is the holiday destination of Johannesburg’s rich and famous, teeming in December and quieter in late January. The following

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A South Africa road trip from Cape Town along the Klein Karoo: trip of a lifetime for a 50th birthday

Cape Town to Oudtshoorn After leaving Cape Town we make an overnight stop in Stellenbosch, an hour away; a pretty university town of tree-lined streets and pavement culture. It’s a different feel, the malevolent undercurrent gone. From there, we transit to Oudtshoorn, 400km from Cape Town. The

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South Africa listed as one of the most gay-friendly destinations

South Africa South Africa is one of the most gay-friendly destinations in the world, Stanley said, and in some ways it is the most advanced country in its attitude toward gays. The modern republic of South Africa, which is only a little more than 20 years in

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The Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival: A Bubbly Fest by the Sea

More than ten local wine producers will be showcasing their award winning wines at the second Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival, which takes place in Plettenberg Bay on 9 and 10 October. In addition, Plett Tourism manager Cindy Wilson-Trollip said premium international Piper-Heidsieck; one of France’s

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Growth expected in SA ostrich industry

Growth in South Africa’s ostrich industry is set to increase following the European Commission’s announcement early August 2015, that it was lifting a four-year ban on the country’s export of fresh ostrich meat into the EU. Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde said the lifting of the ban

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