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Origin Festival 2008 at Rivier Plaas

One of the most anticipated Psy-Trance events of the year in South Africa is the Origin Festival which is held in Cape Town. It is a festival that draws thousands of fans and some of the greatest local and international artists and musicians. Organizers of the Origin Festival 2008 have secured the attendance of a spectacular line-up of performances and have also managed to hire a breathtaking and tranquil venue, to add space and beauty to the music.

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Fascinating Rhino Tracking Safaris

The majestic rhinoceros can seem intimidating. Standing at a height of approximately 1.8 meters and weighing in at almost two tons, it is a formidable African icon. Often underestimated, the Rhino has a quick temper and running away simply isn’t an option, as this breathtaking animal can reach speeds of up to sixty kilometers an hour over a short distance. Over the last few years Rhino numbers, especially Black Rhinos, have declined at a staggering pace, as poachers drove this beautiful animal to near extinction. Today, game reserves protect the rhinos that have remained, and the animals roam their grounds freely.

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Touring Groote Schuur Estate

The Groote Schuur Estate is situated on the mountainside beneath the landmark mountain called Devil’s Peak in the beautiful coastal city of Cape Town, South Africa. This large piece of park-like land was bequeathed to the South African nation by Cecil John Rhodes who died in 1902. Today, this legacy is being protected and developed by South African National Parks for the enjoyment of all South Africans and visitors.

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Get Your Ticket for My Coke Fest 2008

The My Coke Fest 2007, a festival of music with legendary musicians, was a roaring success. Thousands of screaming fans filled the stadiums to hear bands such as The Parlotones, Staind, Taxi Violence, The Springbok Nude Girls, Evolver, 3 Doors Down and Hoobastank. This year, the line-up for the My Coke Fest 2008 is just as impressive as the previous year and fans are already securing their tickets to ensure that they do not miss out on seeing their favorite bands and artists.

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Bela-Bela

The town of Bela-Bela is situated in the heart of one of the most beautiful bushveld areas in South Africa. Falling under the jurisdiction of the Waterberg Municipality, Bela-Bela lies in the southern region of the Limpopo Province, with Gauteng, North West and Mpumalanga as neighbors. Bela-Bela literally means “Boiling-Boiling”, a name taken from the hot water springs discovered in the 1800’s which have become a major attraction in the town which was previously known as Warmbaths.

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The Thrilling MPH Car Show

The name Jeremy Clarkson is known by every motoring enthusiast around the globe. His amazing ability to convey information and objective opinions on the vehicles the public love has made him an icon in the fast paced world of luxury, big engines and sleek design. After the massive success of the MPH show last year, Jeremy Clarkson did not think twice to accept the request to be host to the MPH 2008 show.

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Hansa Powerade Dusi Canoe Marathon

The three-day Hansa Powerade Dusi is one of the world’s largest canoe marathons, and organizers anticipate a record number of entries in the 2008 event set to take place on 17-19 January. This is the 57th edition of the Dusi canoe marathon and total entries, including local and international participants, are expected to exceed 2,000 – a 10% increase over the 2007 event. This popular sporting event in South Africa enjoys extensive media coverage and generates significant income for the areas along the Dusi route.

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Cheese and Wine at Fairview Wine Estate

Fairview Wine Estate is a 300 hectare farm situated on the south-western slopes of Paarl Mountain in the Cape Winelands of South Africa. Visitors to the Fairview Wine Estate can look forward to strolling through the terraced gardens of the winery with the smell of lavender surrounding them and a beautiful view of the surroundings, including Cape Town’s majestic flat-topped Table Mountain in the distance. Of course, a highlight of a visit to this prosperous estate would be the wine - and what better accompaniment to wine could there be than cheese.

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