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A Luxury Stay at Londolozi Private Game Reserve

Situated on the banks of the Sand River in the heart of the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, Londolozi Private Game Reserve offers visitors an authentic African wilderness experience beyond compare. Londolozi is a family-run business that has been in operation for more than eighty years and is one of the pioneers of South Africa’s ecotourism industry. In recognition of its commitment to exceptional service, luxurious accommodation and fine cuisine, Londolozi has been accorded Relais et Chateaux status – the first game reserve in the world to be given this prestigious international rating.

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2008 Freedom Challenge – Pietermaritzburg to Paarl

Fitness enthusiasts who like to push their bodies to the limit are gearing up for South Africa’s 2008 Freedom Challenge. Participants have three different events to choose from, allowing each individual to decide just where their own personal limit is.

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Nature and History along the Highlands Meander

The Highlands Meander, in the province of Mpumalanga, offers nature lovers a treasure trove of natural wonders and historical gems to explore. Add to this the warm hospitality of Mpumalanga’s people, and it is not difficult to see why the Highlands Meander is a popular route for both South Africans and visitors to this beautiful country.

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Get Creative with Beadex 2008

Beading is becoming an increasingly popular hobby in South Africa. Some beaders make a living out of their craft, while others enjoy making beautifully beaded items for themselves, family and friends. Whichever category you fall into, be sure to get to Beadex 2008 at the Sandton Convention Center in Gauteng from 16 to 18 May 2008 to experience a kaleidoscope of beads, décor, fashion, jewelry, paintings, fiber art and much, much more.

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Make a Detour Past Loeriesfontein

The small town of Loeriesfontein in the Northern Cape is situated in a huge natural basin, surrounded by mountains, where Namaqualand, Bushmanland and the Hantam region meet. Renowned for its stunning display of spring wildflowers, this lovely South African town has a number of places of interests that attract visitors from far and wide.

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Unique Performances at the Voorkamerfest in Darling

The picturesque South African West Coast town of Darling, just 55 minutes north of Cape Town, is renowned for its stunning display of wild flowers, superb wine estates, a vibrant close-knit community, and as the hub of the annual Voorkamerfest (Front Room Festival). Festival fans will be heading for Darling to enjoy the 2008 Voorkamerfest, which is set to take place from 5 to 7 September 2008.

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Wine and Horses in the Western Cape

The Western Cape region of South Africa has much to offer – wide open spaces, majestic mountains and picturesque valleys, vineyards and orchards, colorful wildflowers and more. Add to this, sunny skies and friendly people and it is easy to see why this beautiful part of South Africa is the destination of choice for many holiday-makers and tourists. Wine Valley Horse Trails, based in the charming Paarl area, present an interesting way to explore the area, giving visitors the opportunity to enjoy its natural beauty to the full.

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Adventure Galore on the Crocodile Ramble

Located within a 45 minute drive from O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg International) Airport in South Africa’s North-West Province, the fascinating Crocodile Ramble, which includes the Cradle of Humankind and the Ramble through Hartebeespoort, welcomes visitors to enjoy hours of pleasant exploring. Ramblers can expect to find a wide variety of interesting activities, products and services. These include arts and crafts studios, hand-made jewelry and furniture, indigenous nurseries, picnic and camping spots, restaurants and tea gardens, adventure activities, nature reserves, as well as birding, 4x4, hiking and horse trails.

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