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Southern Africa Travel Guide

Baobab trees


The "upside-down" Baobab tree is often associated with African nature. Although most species are indiginous to Madagascar, you are quite likely to spot a Adansonia digitata when you visit the northern part of southern Africa. It's fruit is extremely nutritious, vull of vitamin c and contains two times more calcium than milk.
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(c) South Africa Tourism There are so many wildlife destinations in Mpumalanga and Limpopo that you could be excused for thinking there is nothing else to do. But that would be wrong. Wonderful hiking, beautiful scenery, rafting, fly-fishing and many attractive small towns make these provinces a generally wonderful holiday destination that is ideal for those looking for a great bush experience.  Contact us for availability check and costing or to tailormake your own tour.
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Waterberg Safari Tent Situated in the Waterberg Area of Limpopo, shaded by ancient marula trees, you will find some luxury Hemmingway style en-suite safari tents. The venue is ideal for nature lovers who want to explore the area. Bar, boma, pool and restaurant on site. Pay only ZAR 750 per unit incl breakfast (2 adults + 1 child <12). Valid for the whole of 2012!

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