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  • Mpumalanga

    Sabie

    Surrounded by one of the world's largest man-made forests and set on the banks of the Sabie River in a deep valley of the Drakensberg escarpment, the charming town of Sabie in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa is a popular tourist destination. Sabie is renowned for its awe-inspiring scenery and magnificent waterfalls with interesting, and descriptive names, such as the Bridal Veil ...

  • Breede River Valley

    Groot Winterhoek

    No nature lover should go past the Breede River Valley without stopping to enjoy the Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area. Situated in the midst of the Groot Winterhoek mountain range, between Tulbagh and Porterville, this stunning natural area features beautiful rock formations and great hiking trails. Roughly 120 kilometers north of Cape Town, it is the perfect spot for a day's outing.

  • Upington

    Green Kalahari

    When you mention the word ‘Kalahari’, most people will immediately picture a brazen, hot, desert-like place. And, if they were thinking of the Kalahari Desert, they wouldn’t be too far off. However, just because the majority of the area is a desert, does not mean that the Kalahari is devoid of life. On the contrary, it is teaming with it. What’s more, there is a Green belt near the Orange ...

  • North West

    Kalkoenkrans

    You don’t have to be an archaeologist in order to appreciate the beauty and value of ancient rock art. As spindly stick figures dance across the surface of the rock, it is easy to imagine what sort of heroic battles or epic journeys they depict. Masterful hunts where the kills provided food for months on end. Massive migrations from one geographical zone to the next in the search of food and ...