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South African Winter Deals to warm up to

Posted by Out & About Africa on Sun June 9, 2024 in South Africa.

Winter does not have to be dull & dreary and stop you from traveling, in fact, do not let the word "winter" in South Africa put you off as this amazing country has some incredible hidden gems & traveler favorites. Winter (June to August) is the best time to hit the bush trails of South Africa's great parks and reserves. Sparse vegetation and dry weather draw thirsty animals to waterholes which makes it easier to spot wildlife. If you can get an opportunity like this for cheaper, even the better. Here are some great Winter deals worth exploring.

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Out & About finding Hidden Delights for your next itinerary

Posted by Out & About Africa on Fri May 3, 2024 in South Africa.

Hidden delights – it is like sticking your hand in the pocket of a long unused jacket and finding money you had forgotten about…these Western Cape properties evoke similar feelings.

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South Africa's Super Seven Series

Posted by Out & About Africa on Thu July 27, 2023 in South Africa.

South Africa is one of the most diverse and enchanting countries in the world. Exotic combinations of landscapes, people, history and culture offer the traveller a unique and inspiring experience.

South Africa is a heady mix of third and first world cultures - along with the best and least crowded beaches in the world. Throw in wildlife parks such as the The Kruger National Park, Ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites, , beautiful natural scenery, a great infrastructure and a stable post-apartheid environment and you have a great destination waiting to happen.

Let's look at the Super 7 areas of attraction

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Pangolins – the ugliest most beautiful threatened animal in the world!

Posted by Out & About Africa on Thu June 29, 2023.

Pangolin or Armadillo?… it’s no surprise that many people often get the two animals mixed up. These two small-to-medium-sized insectivores both possess hard scales made of keratin, which is the same material in human fingernails and toenails.

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