Cango Caves

Cango – Adventure calls above and below ground

Cango – Oudtshoorn It is said that the word “Kango” is derived from the San or Khoi language, and means “Water between the Hills”. In Oudtshoorn, a town in the Klein Karoo of South Africa, the word Cango opens a world of adventure and excitement and discovery. The world famous attraction the Cango Caves spring to mind […]

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Cradle of Humankind

The Cradle of Humankind: back to our roots…or fossils

Cradle of Humankind Have you ever wondered if the Dinosaurs lived with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden? Have you ever seen a fossil in real-life? Have you ever secretly wanted to explore the Indiana Jones side of your personality? Well, there is only one place where you can have all your questions […]

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Blue Flag Beaches

Blue Flag Beaches in South Africa

South Africa’s beaches boast prestigious blue flags South Africa is a country of diverse beauty, but its soft sandy stretches of beach are the tale of many a postcard and picture. Although the festive season may be a thing of the past for most, summertime has only started around the beautiful coastlines of South Africa, […]

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Outeniqua Power Van

The Outeniqua Power Van

Boost your holiday entertainment on the Outeniqua Power Van It is Christmastime and even though you may find yourself in the Garden Route along its pristine beaches and temperate climate, the fact is that sometimes your family and especially your kids will be on the lookout for something new and exciting to do. Luckily, the […]

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Cherry Festival Iona Cherry Farm

Cherry Festival Between Ficksburg and Fouriesburg

The cherry on top It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Tinsel adorning shop shelves, Boney M playing on the loud speakers and bakers all around prepping their mixes for the perfect Christmas fruit cake. But what is a fruit cake without its star ingredient, cherries? No need to be nervous, the cherry harvest […]

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