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Take to the Skies at Thunder City

After seeing movies such as Top Gun or watching nail biting documentaries about real life dog fights, most wish deep in their hearts that they too could have the opportunity to take on the open skies. Not just in a commercial plane or small aircraft, but in a fighter jet, cutting through the skies at break-neck speeds. Unfortunately, the closest anyone ever comes to realizing these dreams is to watch an air show or walk through an aviation museum. But there is one place that can make those dreams come true, that places the life of a fighter jet pilot within reach of everyone, and that is at Thunder City.

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Discover Paradise at Zinkwazi

Situated 80 kilometers from Durban on the stunning Dolphin Coast, Zinkwazi is one of the oldest holiday resort areas on the Kwa-Zulu Natal north coast, South Africa. Zinkwazi is a Zulu name meaning “Place of the Fish Eagle” and this sub tropical paradise, situated at the mouth of the Zinkwazi River, is home to a wide variety of beautiful birdlife, including many majestic fish eagles.

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The Cape Town Military Tattoo

During the years of 2003 and 2004 the Cape Town Military Tattoo performed two smaller versions of the military extravaganza that took place between the 15th and the 17th of November 2007, at the Castle in Cape Town, South Africa. For the next four years, a military tattoo will be performed annually in the lead up to the 2010 Soccer World Cup. The type of military tattoo that is staged by the Cape Town Military Tattoo, is unique to South Africa and to Africa, as each presentation depicts selected re-enactments of the military in Africa, in all its shapes and forms.

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Tour the Gold of Africa Museum

The spectacular city of Cape Town in South Africa is a major tourist attraction with many places of interest to keep visitors entertained and to give them insight into the history and culture of this diverse country. One such place is the unique Gold of Africa Museum, housed in the Martin Melck House, a beautifully restored historic landmark in Strand Street, Cape Town. The Martin Melck House was built in 1783 and is considered to be one of the finest remaining examples of domestic architecture of the 18th century.

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Glendower Birds and Forest Festival

The Magoebaskloof forests are known to have some of the most spectacular bird species in South Africa. Hundreds of avid bird watchers flock here each year to enjoy the beauty of the untouched forest and to wait patiently to view the elusive birds of this pristine region. To make the public more aware of the amazing variety of bird species that live in the Limpopo area, the Letaba Birding Route and Glendower host the Glendower Birds and Forest Festival annually.

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Explore the Splendor of Karkloof Nature Reserve

The Karkloof Nature Reserve is located in the verdant area of the Natal Midlands, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. This steep flat topped area of indigenous forest stretches from Rietvlei to Curry’s Post, a distance of 50 kilometers. The 88 meter high Karkloof Falls is an amazing sight which visitors can enjoy as they picnic or barbeque in the tree-shaded area surrounding the falls.

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A Fantastic Vacation Awaits in Citrusdal

At first glance Citrusdal, in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, might seem like an insignificant rural village, but on closer inspection visitors will find an endless number of adventures waiting to be experienced. As its name might suggest, Citrusdal is known for its colorful orchards and its fresh air that is filled with the fragrances of citrus fruits and the breathtaking sight of the Cederberg Mountains. Approximately two hours drive from Cape Town, Citrusdal is a destination that teems with natural splendor and many fantastic tourist attractions.

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The Nan Hua Buddhist Temple in South Africa

The Nan Hua Buddhist Temple situated in the beautiful area of Bronkhorstspruit, South Africa, is the largest Buddhist temple and seminary in Africa. It serves as the headquarters in Africa for the largest monastery in Taiwan, the Fo Guang Shan Order (Buddha’s Light Mountain order). Fo Guang Shan, which is a Mahayana Chinese Buddhism monastic order, was founded by Venerable Master Hsing Yun in 1967.

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