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Tips for The Cape Town Cycle Tour 2017.

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The Cape Town Cycle Tour is an internationally renowned bike race known for being the largest individually timed cycle race in the world. Every year it sees thousands of local and international participants flock to Cape Town to partake in this one of a kind race. This year the race will be taking place on the 12 March, 2017 and this year will also be the celebration of 40 years of The Cape Town Cycle Race. The race had its …

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A few Stops you have to make along South Africa’s Garden Route.

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The Garden Route is easily one of the most spectacular road tripping options out there. Stretching from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River Mouth, the area is rich in biodiversity with dense forests, beaches, rivers, lakes and indigenous flora and fauna. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to activities as the Garden Route is full of interesting stop-overs, picturesque towns and action packed adventure. So when making your way along don’t forget to stop …

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What not to miss along Route 62.

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Offering a quieter alternative to the busy coastal N2 road, Route 62 stretches 850km from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. This inland route will draw you in with its small town charm and variety of breathtaking landscapes. Winding its way through mountain passes, fruit orchards and numerous small towns, Route 62 is an ideal option for those who like to hit the open road during their down time. Along the way you’ll find quaint little farmstalls with home baked goodies …

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Help us Save Water #DriveDirtySA.

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Help us save the scarce water of the Cape. Opt for a dirty car and get R30 off your rental price. We don’t use water, you save money and everyone wins! Deal only Pre-booked cars and direct Around About Car Vehicles.

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Camping Guide to the Western Cape.

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The Western Cape’s spectacular natural surroundings, majestic mountains, coursing rivers and sweeping valleys make it the perfect setting for a tranquil, rejuvenating camping getaway and fortunately, a whole host of spots exist just for this purpose. So whether you enjoy luxury glamping or prefer getting back to basics out in the wild there’s something for everyone. Beaverlac Situated up in the Cederberg, about two to three hours from Cape Town, is Beaverlac. A favourite spot for local families and all …

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Top 6 Unique Stays in South Africa.

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South Africa offers many great accommodation options for visitors- from hotels, to backpackers to camping and B&B’s but what about those in search of something a little different. Fancy sleeping in a treehouse, tenting in a teepee or even snoozing in a oxwagon? Here are a few ideas of quirky and fresh places to stay when visiting South Africa. In a vintage trailer on a rooftop The Grand Daddy Hotel in Cape Town is located in the heart of The …