Blyde River Canyon, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Blyde River Canyon, Mpumalanga, South Africa -Wow what a beautiful sight - this is why I so love Africa for its beauty.

Postberg, wildflowers - West Coast - Western Cape - South Africa

Postberg, wildflowers - West Coast - Western Cape - South Africa - this looks as though it's been Photo-shopped and then I remember that nearly all the daisy family (Compositae) originates from South Africa and I stop being cynical!

Knysna Elephant Park, South Africa. Been there, absolutely life changing

Another Pinner stated: "Knysna Elephant Park, South Africa. Been there, absolutely life changing.

Bredasdorp, Western Cape, South Africa - BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

Bredasdorp, Western Cape, South Africa – BelAfrique your personal travel planner…

Bredasdorp, Western Cape, South Africa - BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

Bredasdorp, Western Cape, South Africa – BelAfrique your personal travel planner…

Featherbed Nature Reserve hike in Knysna, Garden Route National Park, South Africa

Featherbed Nature Reserve hike in Knysna, Garden Route National Park, South Africa Mais

Knysna Turaco (Tauraco corythaix). A large turaco of eastern South Africa and Swaziland. photo: Duncan R.

The Knysna Turaco (or, in South Africa, Knysna Lourie) is a large turaco, one of a group of African near-passerine birds. It is a resident breeder in the mature evergreen forests of southern and eastern South Africa, and Swaziland (photo Duncan R.

Knysna Turaco (Tauraco corythaix). A large turaco of eastern South Africa and Swaziland. photo: Duncan R.

The Knysna Turaco (or, in South Africa, Knysna Lourie) is a large turaco, one of a group of African near-passerine birds. It is a resident breeder in the mature evergreen forests of southern and eastern South Africa, and Swaziland (photo Duncan R.

Knysna - probably from a Khoikhoi word meaning “ferns”)[3][4] is a town with 76,431 inhabitants in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is part of the Garden Route. It lies 34 degrees south of the equator, and is 72 kilometres east from the town of George on the N2 highway, and 25 kilometres west of Plettenberg Bay on the same road.

KNYSNA OYSTER FESTIVAL

- probably from a Khoikhoi word meaning “ferns” is a town with inhabitants in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is part of the Garden Route.

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