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visa requirements
Understanding South Africa Visa Requirements You’ve decided to take the plunge and book your flights to South Africa for the ultimate surf trip off the beaten path. Good on you! You’re in for one heck of a good time. Before you board the plane, though, make sure you know whether you meet the visa requirements...
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Best Couples Holidays Why Every Couple Should Visit South Africa There’s no doubt that Cape Town, South Africa is a watersport and action-adventure paradise. It can also be the ideal destination for couples holidays. Are you looking for the perfect place to take your other half for a romantic getaway (with a couple of banging...
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surf holiday in South Africa western cape
Here’s why the West Coast is my favourite surf trip. Over the past few years, I’ve been fortunate enough to do a decent amount of surf travelling. I’ve encountered some incredible places, waves, scenery and people. I’ve learnt a lot in the process, and developed a whole new appreciation for my home country, South Africa....
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kitesurfing
Kitesurfing South Africa Kitesurfing in the Overberg, the other side of Cape Town. Kitesurfing South Africa Article as written by Kyle Rhett Cabano for & posted by www.kitesurfersblog.com Cape Town has long been on the maps of many well seasoned and adventurous kitesurfers. Famous for the gail force winds and large swell during the summer...
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surf trip photo
Surf Guide South Africa Three Reasons to use a Surf Guide in South Africa What is a surf guide? When you hear the words ‘surf guide‘, your mind might jump to a magazine-style publication that tells you everything you need to know about a surf destination, helping you discover new areas with confidence. That’s one...
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visit south africa
South African Holidays 7 Reasons not to Visit South Africa Thinking of planning a trip to South Africa? Be sure to read our top 7 reasons why you definitely shouldn’t! 1. You’ll realise how expensive your home country is.  Our weak currency means a helluva good time for visitors. Ask any local about our former...
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