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Dappat Se Gat

‘Dappat se Gat’ is a beach popular with surfers, with warm water, rocky cliffs and small caves that offer protection from the wind. It is not a recommended spot for swimmers due to the dangerous rip current.

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Summerstrand

Summerstrand is a charming and central suburb of Port Elizabeth. Situated in close proximity to several golden beaches, the Boardwalk Casino complex, shopping malls, golf courses, an oceanarium, NMMU University, and the airport, it’s a destination of choice for leisure travellers.

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Groot Constantia

Constantia is a rich and diverse destination of its own within Cape Town, with wine farms, restaurants & many other attractions to look forward to on a short or long visit!

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Huguenot Monument @

As with all things Franschhoek, the Huguenot Monument Museum lies in a gorgeous setting, in a beautiful Cape Dutch-style building in the grounds of which lies the memorial or monument to celebrate the influence of the French in South Africa.

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Babylonstoren

Babylonstoren is one of the oldest Cape Dutch farms. It has a fruit and vegetable garden of beauty and diversity, unique accommodation, fine food and wine, and evokes a sense of wellbeing.

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Mandela House, Vilakazi Street

Nelson Mandela’s humble house in Orlando West, Soweto, now called the Mandela Family Museum, is an interesting stopover for those keen to imbibe a slice of authentic history on the world’s most famous former prisoner. The house is a humble abode of four inter-leading rooms that today contain a collection of memorabilia, paintings and photographs of […]

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Liliesleaf Farm

Liliesleaf Farm, which lies in the midst of the leafy suburb of Rivonia, played a rather pivotal role in the history of South Africa. Today, Liliesleaf Farm is a tourist attraction, a place you can visit. There are guided tours, a conference centre for hire, a museum and the restored house to visit. In 2010 it […]

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Constitution Hill

Constitution Hill tells the fascinating, often tragic, story of the real South African history; a history in which injustices abounded on social, cultural and political levels. However, this is also a story of victory, as South Africa won back its freedom and now protects the rights and dignity of each citizen. The journey to this […]

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Post Office Tree

At the Bartholomeu Dias Museum Complex in Mossel Bay, along the Garden Route of South Africa, the very first post office is celebrated. Visitors can now send their loved ones letters and postcards from the Old Post Office Tree, complete with a special frank, which commemorates this spot as the first post office in South Africa. […]

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Collector’s Treasury

Reading about distant lands or local landmarks can capture our imaginations and turn us into explorers as well as inspire future travel ideas. More than a whopping one million volumes are crammed into almost every corner of this eight-storey bookstore in Johannesburg’s CBD. It’s the largest shop selling rare and used books in Africa and […]

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