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The Kruger National Park is a South African treasure. Often it is THE reason that people come to visit our fine country. The thing is, it’s a huge chunk of land. It’s about the size of Wales (yes, the country) and due to this massive scale, most people tend to congregate in the South. While this is a great choice, have you ever looked northwards for your Kruger National Park safari adventure. So what’s the difference?
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Tourism INDABA will put a firm focus on and have a special showcase of the sector’s Small,
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If you’re planning a romantic break with your significant other, you don’t have to look too far from home: Gauteng offers beautiful getaways within a stone’s throw of the major centres.
Right in the middle of Johannesburg’s leafy upmarket suburb of Houghton, with stunning views that stretch to the far horizon over the city’s urban forest of 10-million trees, is the gorgeous Munro Boutique Hotel.
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Johannesburg has one of the most beautiful city skylines in the world, and I’ve photographed it dozens of times from many different angles. But as far as I can remember, I’ve never written a post specifically about the skyline. So this morning I went straight to my computer, browsed through the archives and picked out 10 of my favorite Joburg skyline shots. Here they are. 1) Downtown Johannesburg at sunrise, viewed from the roof of the Carlton Centre, the tallest building on Africa.