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Do the Walk of Life

The Point of Human Origins Tour 

South Africa’s Garden Route, which stretches along the country’s coastline from east to west, is packed full of hidden treasures and local delights – appealing to outdoor lovers, history fundis, adrenaline junkies, arts and crafts fans and foodies. 185 more words

First Resorts

Ambling Antiques

Walking into the shop is like shoving your nose into a yellow stained page, musty and still as captured time. Rather than the expected unique South African antiques, I am met by an Empire. 214 more words


In Deep Water

The Big Five may be one of South Africa’s main attractions, but the ocean is filled with some mega-predators of its own to ‘wow’ the crowds. 300 more words


Find Magic in Mossel Bay

With an average of 320 sunny days throughout the year, Mossel Bay has been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the second most temperate climate in the world, after a small town in Hawaii. 262 more words

First Resorts

Horseback Safari

A couple weeks ago, I went on a two hour horseback safari at the Botlierskop Private Game Reserve. It honestly made me realize how long it’s been since I rode. 153 more words

Walking for Conservation

Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Center is a sanctuary and rehabilitation facility for indigenous South African species. Through various programs Tenikwa aims to educate tourists from near and far about the perils their tenants face and how people can help preserve these animals as well as their habitats. 555 more words


South Africa Part 4: The Garden Route

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The Garden Route is the 300 km stretch between Mossel Bay and just beyond Plettenberg bay. It is one of the most famous drives in South Africa with people taking anywhere from 3 hours to 3 weeks to complete it. 1,180 more words

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