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Montagu Mountain Mania 2008

Known as the gateway to the Klein Karoo, the historic village of Montagu lies in a fertile valley between two rivers, approximately two hours north of Cape Town. Montagu is renowned for its incredible rock formations, orchards, vineyards, hiking and mountain bike trails, and therapeutic hot mineral springs. On 17 May 2008, this peaceful South African village will be welcoming crowds of cycling and running enthusiasts as they gather to enjoy the 2008 Montagu Mountain Mania.

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Exploring the Spectacular Wild Coast of South Africa

The South African Wild Coast is a relatively untouched eco-haven, offering long stretches of rolling waves washing beautiful sandy beaches. At high tide, waves crash dramatically on magnificent rocky outcrops, while low tide reveals rocky pools filled with a fascinating variety of small sea creatures. Rivers tumble down through deep valleys into the Indian Ocean and pristine forest areas beckon adventurers to discover the wonders of nature.

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Discover the Quaint Beauty of Darling

Amongst the sprawling vineyards of the Cape lies an area named Groenekloof. It is home to one of the most picturesque towns in South Africa – Darling. Here, it is not unusual to still see a horseman and his noble steed making their way through town, or locals just sitting quietly in the meadows, taking in the magnificent beauty of the idyllic and quiet landscapes. It is a village that is encased in tranquility, friendly locals and vibrant activities and attractions.

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Cape Good Food & Wine Show 2008

Cape Town is a diverse city in South Africa, with a vast mixture of cultures that add color and energy to the beauty of this vibrant destination. From the 15th to the 18th of May 2008, Cape Town will be host to the spectacular Cape Good Food & Wine Show. A culinary extravaganza, featuring demonstrations, testing, interactive workshops, cold beer, wine, cocktails and seafood, will come to life at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

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Karkloof Classic Mountain Bike Festival

The Mr. Price Karkloof Classic Mountain Bike Festival, set to take place from 9 to 11 May 2008, is in its second year and has already proven itself to be one of the prime mountain bike festivals in South Africa. Set in the beautiful Karkloof Valley outside Howick, KwaZulu Natal, The Karkloof Classic Mountain Bike Festival offers three days of exhilarating riding on innovative trails in a picturesque setting. Add to this the promise of great entertainment and incredible goodie bags, and it is clear that no mountain bike enthusiast would want to miss this awesome event.

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Cape Care Route – A Journey into the Heart of Western Cape Communities

The Western Cape region of South Africa offers visitors areas of great scenic beauty, world-class accommodation and a host of attractions and activities to suit every taste. A growing number of tourists wish to go beyond the fascinating tourist attractions on offer. They want to gain insight into the daily lives of the local people, including the challenges that local communities face, how they go about meeting these challenges and what their aspirations are for the future. The Cape Care Route makes it possible for visitors to do all this and more.

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KwaZulu-Natal’s Eagerly Anticipated Annual Sardine Run

Known as the “Greatest Marine Spectacle on Earth”, or the “Greatest Shoal on Earth”, the annual Sardine Run that occurs on the coast of KwaZulu-Natal is an unexplained phenomenon, a breathtaking migration to behold. Because sardines lay their eggs in the water and the currents carry the eggs to the icy waters of the Atlantic Ocean, it has never been understood why the sardines would migrate to the cold waters of the KwaZulu-Natal coast between the end of May and the end of July each year.

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A Peaceful Visit to Margaret Roberts Herbal Centre

The Margaret Roberts Herbal Centre is located against one of the northern slopes of the magnificent Magaliesberg Mountain range, in the Hartebeespoort area of the North West Province of South Africa. The name of this well-respected South African herbalist can be found on a wide range of products throughout the country – from beauty products through to food, an extensive range of herbal products - both medicinal and culinary - and organic insecticide. A visit to the Margaret Roberts Herbal Centre is like taking a trip into another world, where a sense of well-being permeates everything.

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