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Big Hole, Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa | by South African Tourism Diamond Mines, Beautiful Sites, African History, Afrikaans, Countries Of The World, Amazing Places, Kos, Trip Planning, South Africa

Big Hole, Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa

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The striking Brunsvigia bosmaniae on display during April at Hantam National Botanical

The striking Brunsvigia bosmaniae on display during April at Hantam National Botanical

Alexander Bay, Northern Cape, South Africa. March 2, 2012 South Africa, Cape, March, Memories, Mountains, Places, Travel, Mantle, Memoirs

Alexander Bay, Northern Cape, South Africa. March 2, 2012

 Photograph by Henco Lienber. Augrabies Falls, Reptiles, South Africa, Cape, National Parks, Photograph, Creatures, Fish, Animals

Gecko, Augrabies Falls National Park. Photograph by Henco Lienber.

Port Nolloth is at the heart of coastal diamond mining and lies on the west coast. It is the ideal stop over en-route to the Richtersveld and Orange River. Artwork Prints, Poster Size Prints, Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Poster Colour, Colour Images, Image Photography, Gifts In A Mug

Port Nolloth is at the heart of coastal diamond mining and lies on the west coast. It is the ideal stop over en-route to the Richtersveld and Orange River.

Rhodochrosite from Hotazel Mine, Kalahari Manganese Field, Northern Cape Province, South Africa

Rhodochrosite from Hotazel Mine, Kalahari Manganese Field, Northern Cape Province, South Africa

Alexander Bay – Experience the Northern Cape, South Africa Places To Travel, South Africa, Cape, Lion Sculpture, Elephant, Mantle, Cabo, Cloak, Elephants

Alexander Bay – Experience the Northern Cape, South Africa

At the mouth of the Orange River, the town is no longer a high-security area and no permits are needed. The town takes its name from Sir James Alexander, who shipped the Richtersveld copper ore he mined in barges down the Orange River for export from this bay.