Namaqualand wildflowers,  Namaqualand, South Africa  a  One of the world's largest wildflower blooms  Dimropotheca sp.    Quiver tree  Aloe dichotoma

Namaqualand wildflowers, Namaqualand, South Africa a One of the world's largest wildflower blooms Dimropotheca sp.

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.

Boschendal wine estate | Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa

Avenue of Stone Pines leading to the Boschendal Wine Estate Manor House, Western Cape Province, South Africa.

Augrabies Falls - South Africa. I was lucky enough to go here about 20 years ago. the Orange River wasn't in flood, as it is here. Mighty River.

Augrabies Falls - South Africa BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner…

“Oh, Baby, Baby, It’s a Wild World.” – Cat Stevens, probably on South Africa and Cape Point. (#19Plus) Full Post Source: – othertwice Related

Cape Point, South Africa - Where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans Meet.

Whale Crier in Hermanus South Africa - the only town in the world that employs a whale crier.

Hermanus, renowned for seasonal whale watching and nearby Great White Shark cage diving (Gansbaai)

Waterfront Clock Tower, Cape Town

Waterfront Clock Tower, Cape Town SOUTH AFRICA Ornate Victorian waterfront tower built in 1882 of red brick, with harbor & city views from inside

Check out the beautiful gardens at Vergelegen wine estate in Somerset West, South Africa #thingstodo

At Vergelegen wine estate in Somerset West, South Africa One of our favorite spots

Tugela Falls -the 2nd largest waterfall in the world can be found in South Africa. It reaches a total height of 3110 feet, with the tallest drop reaching 1350 feet.

Tugela Falls, Drakensberg (Dragon’s Mountains) in the Royal Natal National Park in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa.

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