South Africa Lesotho and Swaziland
Hiking, biking and flying amid craggy peaks and open plains, or watching a spectacular desert sunset, becomes possible with this guidebook. Watch wildlife in the savannah, engage in the vibrant cultures of San, Khoikhoi, Zulu and Xhosa or live it up in cities bursting with culinary, cultural and vineyard delights.
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In This Guide:
Unique Green Index to help you make your travels ecofriendly
Expanded itineraries take you from cape to coast or on the roads less travelled
Color wildlife chapter written by a natural-history expert
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My wife and I spent three nights at the Lake Clarens Guest House. It was a relaxing place with beautiful views of the pond and mountains. Big Bruce was an amiable host who oriented us to Golden Gate Highlands and Bosotho Cultural Village and a day trip to Lesotho. The breakfasts were an outdoor delight complete with close up bird watching. Bruce also owns a restaurant in town. It was great to wake up each morning and see your car washed as part of the B and B's standard service to customers.
South Africa Lesotho
Knysna to Plettenberg Bay