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South Africa’s Farm Stalls

South African’s love their farm stalls and with so many little, local farms producing yummy vegetables, homemade jams and cheeses and fresh meat dishes it really is no wonder why. Here are some of our favorite South African farm stalls that are standing out from the crowd! Irene Farm Dairy Shop The Irene Dairy Shop is […]

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Penguins in Africa!

Penguins on the beach When someone first told me that I could get really close to penguins on the beach in South Africa I must admit I thought they were mad. But wait….it’s true! There has been a colony of African Penguins at Boulders Beach in the Western Cape of South Africa since 1983 and […]

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Bird Watching South Afria

Best Bird Watching Spots in South Africa

South Africa is home to some of the best bird watching spots in the world. These bird lovers’ paradises are easily reached by the major South African cities of Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, ensuring there is always something for everyone to do, not just the bird watcher in the family. These are just a […]

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Interesting Cape Town Museums

Cape Town is known for its astonishing beauty. Visitors to the Mother City are welcomed to the picturesque beaches, majestic mountains and colonial Winelands areas but the history of this sea-side town is often forgotten.Cape Town is home to a variety of interesting museums that will keep the budding history fanatic or even the keenest historian […]

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World Primate Safari is a travel site offering tours and safaris to exotic wildlife destinations, their expertise and professional attitude are apparent from the moment you land on their site and are faced with the stunning photos of what could be you next encounter with nature and it’s creatures. can tailor their wildlife tours to your […]

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Eat a Bunny!

If you love curry and find yourself in Durban, get yourself a bunny! Bunny Chow was invented in Durban where there is a large Indian population. It’s a quarter, half or full loaf of bread hollowed out and filled with curry – vegetable, mutton, beef or chicken – then the bread that was dug out […]

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