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Coverage 32054km
Towns Visited 353
Projects 152
Hospitality Partners 405
CSR 116500ZAR
Next Trip 14 April 2018

 

 

 

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Earth Facts

Earth Facts 201

in 1893, Ghandi arrives in South Africa and stirs the resistance against discrimination.

Earth Facts 200

In 1808, 150 years of slavery in the Cape of South Africa comes to an end.

Earth Facts 199

In 1488 the first 'white man' staked his claim to South Africa in Mossel Bay

Earth Facts 198

The Earth has an average diameter of 12,742 kilometers

Earth Facts 197

The only street in the world to house two Nobel Peace prizewinners is in Soweto. Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu both have houses on Vilakazi Street in Soweto.

Earth Facts 196

Limpopo Province is the Bread and Fruit Basket of South Africa producing up to 60% of all fruit, vegetables maize meal, wheat and cotton.

Earth Facts 195

Limpopo hosts more than 3,6 million hectares of national parks, nature reserves and game farms 70% of South Africa's protected land

Earth Facts 194

Limpopo is South Africa’s most wild and untamed province.

Earth Facts 193

The term "Big Five" originated from the hunting jargon for the most dangerous and sought-after trophy animals. The Big Five occur in many of the game and nature reserves in Limpopo.

Earth Facts 192

Mossel Bay, South Africa is in the Guinness Book of records as having the second  most moderate climate in the world.

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