Brenton on Sea
Cape St. Francis
Fish Hoek - Cape Town
Komatipoort, Kruger Park
Kruger National Park
Port Saint Johns
St Francis Bay
is a great town with lots to do. All my family liked it and not too far away is Cape Town with even more to do.
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, always have. It's quite a dangerous place, especially the rail area. Just be cautious and never walk alone or at night and you'll be fine! The temperature here is higher than that of any other nearby towns, so come prepared with sunscreen. The heat goes up to 45C with humidity to kill!
is a very nice city - everyone should visit it.
I went for a day and ended up staying for three months...
is that sort of place.
… Be careful in the SeaWorld area. Take a taxi or bus directly to and from there as the area around it is very dangerous.
… Get a hostel with free pickup from the airport, otherwise it'll cost you R130 or more!
… Visit Victory Christian Church. Their band rocks and they really love life! They have people working in the township as well, so if you are interested in meeting people in the townships etc, just contact them and they might be able to show much more in town than you could ever imagine. 042 296 1384
Port Saint Johns
… I was held up at gunpoint last year walking on the escarpment from second beach to first beach - please be wary and alert!
… The beauty of Kruger is that you can get top notch accommodation for very little money. Fantastic wildlife and great evening Bria's.
… I visited St Lucia in 1992 just after my 21st birthday as a part of a University of Port Elizabeth Geography 2nd year excursion. It was certainly a beautiful and breathtaking place where peace and the wonder of nature overwhelms you. It's a haven for the spirit where just being there relaxes your mind. The simplicity of life takes over and you become completely transgressed to a happier state of well-being. I would highly recommend it to anyone. I live in the UK now and miss Africa dearly. One of these days I will return to her and her wonder, especially St Lucia.
… One thing I'd recommend beyond a doubt is taking a 'walking safari'. Camping in tents and huts with no restrictions for the animals to stroll into camp. An experienced tracker leads the way following paw prints. Because of his knowledge of the animal's instincts, we didn't feel threatened at any time. It makes for good close up photography and videos.
… I always went there for holidays as a child, and my family still lives there. I love it, its like a home where my soul is at peace.
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