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  • Kaapse Klopse – Exuberant Carnival Of Cape Town

    22. December 2009

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    Kaapse Klopse – Exuberant Carnival Of Cape Town
    Once upon a time when the South Africa was suffering from the plague of Apartheid, i.e. discriminations against black skin people against the white skin people, there came on 19th June , 1890 Orpheus Myron McAdoo’s Virginia Jubilee Singers from the city of Hampton arrived to Cape Town, it was the first black minstrels to perform and tour South Africa. The reception held in there honor was overwhelming and the blacks of the city were giving pleasing smiles, there was aura of happiness around and air was filled with black people’s joy. This event became a legend as it started an historic event, a festival called Kaapse Klopse which has its meaning as clubs in Cape Dutch, or as in English, it is said as troupes. Kaapse Klopes since then has become the Carnival face of Cape Town, as the  [...]

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    Picturesque Blyde River Canyon

    14. December 2009

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    Picturesque Blyde River Canyon The natural wonder located in South Africa’s Mpumalanga is the world’s third largest canyon after Grand Canyon of USA and Namibia’s Fish River Canyon. Deep by 2500 feet and lengthy by 26 kilometers, the canyon is made up of red-colored sandstones. Three Rondavels is one of the best views offered by the canyon vicinity. Renamed as Motlatse, its magnificent mountain scenery and the surrounding see sights are the best reasons to be there at least once in lifetime. The canyon passes from the Drakensberg Mountain Range and it also contains Lowveld Riparian Forest that is extended upto 100 hectares. The vicinity also locates as Swadini dam and you can also enjoy boating in the dam locality. Its nearby Kadishi waterfall is also the second tallest tufa waterfall  [...]

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    Simon’s Town: Welcome To The Penguin’s Town

    14. December 2009

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    Simon’s Town is one of the most charming places in South Africa. It is situated somewhere around 40km away from the city. The town is the important base of South African Navy. Its one small beautiful town that we use to hear in the bed time stories, small houses and cottages, shops, cafeteria and restaurants on road sides. The seaside location is so beautiful that even best of adjectives cannot describe its beauty. Where it is located It lies on the eastern side of Cape Peninsula and False Bay’s shores, South Africa. From the pages of past Simon van der Stel, a Dutch man is behind the discovery of this beautiful place; he was the governor of the Cape Colony (1677-1687). He surveyed the place and considered it as a secure harbor for winters the days between May and September. More  [...]

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    Elands Bay: A Surfer’s Paradise

    11. December 2009

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    The place must be visited by those who love to do wild surfing, this place is something 3hr away from the Cape Town and it has managed to stay away from the cacophony of the city. The people from cities if feel like getting a break from their usual life they come here to unwind themselves. The beaches are really pleasant and you can spend hours sitting here and gazing hours at the beautiful sea. In this place you would be able to find restaurants to eat wonderful sea foods and those who have ate here says the food brings them back again to the place so no guesses that you would find something great to eat as well. The place as believed is not dominated by locals; you would find people from many places. The place is also known for the variety of birds that can be seen here. More than 240  [...]

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    The Wine And Ravine Of Constantia

    10. December 2009

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    Flanked by the Table Mountain National Park on either side, Constantia Valley is positioned in the heart of the isthmus of Cape Town, which is just 20 minutes away from Cape Town. This vicinity is known as the origin of wine farming in the country of South Africa. The awe-inspiring vistas of this vale where protracted vineyards reaches up to the peaks is quite inimitable in today’s congested and teeming earth. For those who are still wondering what Constantia is, it is a series of five ravines – Groot Constantia, Klein Constantia, Buitenverwachting, Constantia Uitsig, and Steenberg. While traveling toward Cape Town, you will encounter each of these in a row. Along with its common practice of producing universal wine, it also serves the saccharine dessert wine of Constantia. Is  [...]

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    Enjoy The Fourth World

    10. December 2009

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    Enjoy The Fourth World
    Cape Town is the best and well known location in South Africa. People love to go and enjoy the life in Cape Town where you will see many locations to feel like you are on the ninth sky. Exploring Cape Town one more place that is popular and eco-friendly that attracts tourists to come and spent a day with it is The Fourth Beach. You will get many beaches in Cape Town but one which is famous and have something that makes it special in the globe is one and only Fourth Beach. This beach is considered as one of the world’s best beaches. You will unable to see the sand of Fourth beach as it remains jam packed with umbrellas, beach towels, chairs, and bodies. Even you will find celebrities at this beach who comes to make their mood and do sunbathe. This beach has been given a title which  [...]

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    Endeavor Windsurfing in Cape Town

    10. December 2009

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    With its propelling, reliable breeze, humid ambience, and exquisitely expansive, pallid beaches, Cape Town is a reverie spot for audacious surfers. The elegant panoramas and azure waves on pasty coastline of this peninsula is an ideal location for voyagers incisive to do something adventurers. Beginners can practice at Muizenberg, while professionals can flaunt their skills at Kommetije. This is what the southern suburbs have to offer. The flawless beaches roaring at Blouberg Strand located in the Northern coast the western coastline presents a whole new dimension of windsurfing and other water sports including kitesurfing. The beaches of Cape Peninsula offer opportunities for windsurfers at all levels. Windsurfing Spots There are numerous locations strewn all over the isthmus that seems  [...]

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    Sun, Sand And Sexy Babes on Fourth Beach

    10. December 2009

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    The Fourth Beach of Clifton is ranked as number one of all Clifton beaches for watching not only sun set but the babes tanning their skin and making testosterone level high in hunks and dude. A shoreline filled with beautiful and scantly clad lasses its ideal for sunbathing, beach volleyball, Frisbee, barbeques only if you can control your sexual hormones. Ornamented with shimmering oily skin and sexy bode’s on top the sugar white sand with raunchy back of Table Mountain and Lion’s Head is the trendiest beach. With the glamour quotient being high and attracting young and paparazzi crowd in thongs and boxers it’s a complete relaxing experience. The beach is good for tanning and during night time as the sun set’s it gets mesmerizing with candle light and rhythmic waves to give the  [...]

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    Surfing On Victoria Bay

    10. December 2009

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    The Exciting Surfer and Blue Surfing at Victoria Bay. Just take off The N2 Garden Route between George and Wilderness you arrive at Victoria Bay, for all the more exciting surfing in blue waters of Victoria Bay one of the well known spots in South Africa’s Coast for water sport of Surfing. A annual competition is also held here. Though its is crowded as it is well known and easy place to break in surfing , its famous so its better to come in weekdays then weekends coz as on weekends local’s fill up the space. The locals here are friendly and cool people to get along with. Also Called Vic Bay, with world class surfing conditions, even for amateurs, with surf frequency as 150 a day per year. Great long wave’s i.e. right point break, normal length being 150 and can go high up  [...]

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    Kruger National Park: Largest Game Reserve In Africa

    9. December 2009

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    Kruger National Park: Largest Game Reserve In Africa
    Kruger National Park is known to be one of the largest game reserves in Africa and after it became the site of the famous eyewitness viral video ‘Battle at Kruger’ it gained amazing popularity, becoming most talked about subject of the town. The national park extends over an area of 18,989 sq km, runs 350 km from north to south and 60 km from east to west. The park is also part of the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, an area specifically designated by UNESCO as an International Man and Biosphere Reserve. Where it is located Kruger Park has Limpopo in its west and Mpumalanga to the south, the two South African provinces. Zimbabwe is in the north while to its east lies Mozambique. The park is also part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links Kruger National with  [...]

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