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Activities Galore at Magalies Park

If you’re looking for a great new place to spend time with the family whilst surrounded by the beauty and tranquillity of nature, look no further than Magalies Park. This prime destination is situated at the foot of the Magaliesberg Mountains and it combines the best of nature with the best of leisure activities and accommodation.

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A Spectacular Adventure at Giants Castle

Kwa-Zulu Natal is known to have some of the most diverse wildlife in South Africa. Sightings of Hippo, Rhino, Zebra, Lion, Elephant, Wildebeest, Hyena, Nyala, Serval, Giraffe and Kudu are what attracts local and international visitors to this coastal region of the country. Nestled in the rolling hills of the breathtaking Drakensberg Mountains is a game reserve that offers guests the experience of a lifetime and a memorable adventure filled with spectacular sights, exciting wildlife encounters and luxury accommodation. The Giants Castle Game Reserve is the perfect destination to explore the beauty of South Africa and the Kwa-Zulu Natal region.

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Hiking Adventure on the Woodcliffe Cave Trail

A few kilometers outside of the town of Mclear, South Africa, magnificent natural and ancient treasures lay hidden in the Joelshoek Valley, and can be explored and discovered by hiking the Woodcliffe Cave Trail. The hiking trail itself takes five days to complete, but visitors are welcome to stay a little longer to enjoy the many other activities and attractions located here. For a truly inspirational experience, and to view one of the most breathtaking hiking trails in South Africa, visitors are recommended to put on their hiking boots, pack their backpacks and head for the Woodcliffe Cave Trail.

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A Visit to Bernberg Museum of Costume

On the corner of Duncombe Road and Jan Smuts Avenue, located in the suburb of Forest Town in Johannesburg, South Africa, a small museum is nestled amongst the neighboring buildings in a little modest house and is known as the Bernberg Museum of Costume. Anna and Theresa Bernberg were not only devoted to the arts and collecting antiques, but left the house and everything they had collected over the years to the Africana Museum. The Africana Museum took possession of the house in 1960 and began refurbishing the house, opening the Bernberg Museum of Costume in 1973.

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Polo Holidays – A Unique Way to Experience South Africa

The sport of Polo was established in South Africa in the nineteenth century. Played by the British cavalry who were stationed in the Eastern Cape. The first tournament also took place in the region in 1885, in a town named King Williamstown. It is said that the British saw the game of Polo being played in India, so its exact origin is not known, with speculations pointing at the Persians or the Chinese, and was therefore not an exclusive British sport as is believed by many. Today, South Africa has approximately three hundred and twenty players and thirty-three clubs across the country. To increase the popularity of Polo and to promote the sport, many facilities now offer Polo holidays.

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Ezemvelo Nature Reserve – A Bird Watcher’s Delight

Approximately twenty kilometers from Bronkhorstspruit, or a forty-five minute drive from Pretoria, waits one of the most breathtaking reserves in South Africa, and one of the few preserved grasslands in the country. Ezemvelo Nature Reserve covers an estimated ten thousand hectares that consists not only of rolling grasslands but savanna, valleys, wetlands, and rivers that are home to a vast amount of animals and is pure heaven for avid birdwatchers. Ezemvelo Nature Reserve has it all, from picturesque beauty to exciting wildlife.

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Piketberg – Escape the Rat Race

Piketberg lies in the foothills of the Piketberg Mountains in the heart of Western Cape’s Swartland. Just an hour’s drive from Cape Town, this charming town offers city-dwellers a break from the hustle and bustle of modern living.

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Enjoy a day of Olive and Wine Tasting

Just outside Cape Town, in South Africa, amongst the rolling green landscapes of vineyards and citrus farms, lies the picturesque Morgenster Wine Estate. Here is where four men and their staff work tirelessly to fulfill their dreams of remaining one of the best wine and olive oil product producers in South Africa. Morgenster Wine Estate has become a leader in its field. With owner Guilio Bertrand at the helm, and Pierre Lurton, Marius Lategan and Gerrie Duvenhage joining forces, it is a wine estate that will continue satisfying taste buds locally and around the world.

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