South Africa

South Africa and Swaziland, 2011



Best of South Africa  - Beste van Suid-Afrika


The aim of these pages is to recall memories of a three week tour of South Africa which started in Johannesburg.  After a brief orientation tour of the city we proceed to Pretoria before going on to Pilgrims Rest and Hazyview and from there on for two nights at Mala Mala where we see all of the big five - lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo - as well as cheetah and other animals.  Making a brief tour through the Kruger National Park we head for Swaziland and from there to Durban from where we fly to Port Elizabeth.  We then take the Garden Route and drive through the Outeniqua Mountains to reach our final destination in Cape Town.

Die doel van hierdie bladsye is om herinneringe van 'n drie weke lange toer deur Suid-Afrika terug te bring.  Ons het in Johannesburg begin en na 'n kort oriŽnteringstoer deur die stad is ons Pretoria toe.  Vandaar het ons na Pelgrimsrus en Hazyview gegaan. Ons het drie nagte in Mala Mala gebly waar ons al die groot vyf gesien het Ė leeus, luiperds, renosters, olifante en buffels asook jagluiperds en ander diere. Ons het 'n kort toer deur die Krugerwildtuin onderneem, voordat ons verder gegaan het na Swaziland en van daar na Durban. Daarna het ons Port Elizabeth toe gevlieg en die Tuinroete geneem om deur die Outeniquaberge na ons eindbestemming in Kaapstad te ry

Part 1 - Johannesburg - Durban

Part 2 - Port Elizabeth - Cape Town

Johannesburg - Hazyview Stormsriver Mouth
Mala Mala Day 1 Knysna
Mala Mala Day 2 Knysna Heads
Mala Mala Day 3 Port Elizabeth
Kruger to Swaziland Wilderness - Outeniqua Transport Museum - Camfer
Swaziland Oudtshoorn - Hermanus - Cape Town/Kaapstad
Mkuze Table Mountain/Tafelberg
Lake Jozini - Mkuze Reserve Cape Peninsula/Kaapse Skiereiland
St Lucia Estuary - Durban Winelands/Wynland
Cape Town/Kaapstad

 see also East Africa 50 Years Ago

sien ook Oos-Afrika 50 jaar gelede

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 Last updated: Tuesday 27 December 2011