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Quiver Tree Forest

Quiver Tree Forest

About 13 kilometres north-east of Keetmanshoop lies the spectacular and much photographed Kokerboom or quiver tree forest on the farm Gariganus. The site has been declared a National Monument. The quiver tree or “Kokerboom” is indigenous to the hot and dry southern part of Namibia.…
Windhoek

Windhoek

Windhoek, the Capital of Namibia. With 250 000 inhabitants, Namibia’s capital of Windhoek is the biggest city in the country. The attractive town lies at an altitude of 1650 metres in a beautiful valley bordered by the Eros Mountains in the north and the Auas mountains in the south.…
Luderitz & Kolmanskop

Luderitz & Kolmanskop

Lüderitz:
Luederitz is a slighty sleepy and maybe also bizarre place, which forms the basis of its appeal. The founding settlement of Namibia today consists of some 20 000 citizens. It was built on the bare granite rocks at the fringe of the Namib Desert and is openly exposed to the frequent Atlantic winds.…
St Lucia Wetland & Maputaland

St Lucia Wetland & Maputaland

Maputaland is a remote, magical place of shimmering lakes and rivers, forests, bush and pristine sea shore. It incorporates the 260 000 hectare Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park (iSimangaliso Wetland Park), an internationally recognized World Heritage Site. It is one of the most unspoilt wilderness areas left on the African continent and a prime destination for ecotourists seeking an incomparable outdoor experience.…
Mapungubwe National Park

Mapungubwe National Park

Set right up against the northern border of South Africa, uniting Botswana and Zimbabwe, lies Mapungubwe National Park – an extensive savannah landscape situated at the meeting place of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers. This is the land of sandstone formations, mopane woodlands, brooding baobabs, ancient floodplains and unique riverine forests that form a dramatic backcloth for the wealth of animal life – elephant, giraffe, buffalo, white rhino, gemsbok and other antelope, extensive bir life, and the more elusive mammal like hyenas, leopards and lions.…
Blyde River Canyon

Blyde River Canyon

Mpumalanga; Panorama Route, Blyde River Canyon & Nothern Drakensberg : The edge of the berg – no more hauntingly beautiful landscape exists in all Africa than the eastern escarpment of Mpumalanga, ‘the place of the rising sun’. Situated on the north-east border of South Africa, bounded by Swaziland and Mozambique, Mpumalanga is a land of contrasts.…
Cape Town & Garden Route

Cape Town & Garden Route

Cape Town
Cape Town is South Africa’s oldest city, founded by Jan van Riebeeck and the first Dutch settlers, in 1652. The English circumventer, Sir Francis Drake, described it as ‘the fairest cape in the whole world’, nestling snugly in the natural amphitheater between the immensity of Table Mountain and the blue waters of Table Bay.…