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12-08-2009, 04:22 AM
http://travel.viamigo.com/img/t/p_o_s_t/268/will-edu-bring-his-family-to-africa.jpg Dear Edu Desmond Tutu calls South Africa the Rainbow Nation. He may refer to the myriad of cultures or the diverse scenery, the varied climate. He loves this country like most of us for the diversity in culture and nature. The San lived here in aboriginal times, the African moved south from East Africa a few hundred years before the White man arrived in modern sailboats from Europe about 600 years ago. On the first visit to South Africa one observes abundant wildlife, avifauna and vegetation. Big elephants, sleeping prides of lion and herds of zebras, gnu and impala. It is always exciting to search for animals in Kruger National Park or Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park in Mpumalanga and Kwazulu Natal Provinces respectfully. When my clients arrive I meet them personally at the Airport, my service is personal and I join my clients throughout their entire journey. I am a registered South African Tour - and Nature Guide, my love for this land brings me to be a travel chronic, I love my job! South Africa is challenged with a large boundary between rich and poor. Our super modern airports are often on the margin of ever expanding informal settlements or shack lands. Desperate people from all over Africa and parts of Asia settle in these areas, looking for a better living. People in South Africa are keen to meet foreigners and learn about their cultures. The two major challenges for the South African society is Aids and crime. We have made huge improvements in the past few years in solving these urgent challenges, and prudent travelers can be assured of their safety. Networks of safety and security as well as medical services exist in South Africa, extending to the most remote locations. Accommodations in Southern Africa vary from super expensive and exclusive to rustic and earthly. Most safari lodges include meals and game viewing activities and several will cater for young children! Typically game viewing happens early morning and late afternoon on open game viewer- or jeep vehicles. These Lodges or Private Game Reserves present you with a real African bush experience. National and Provincial Parks present a home made experience where one choose to explore vast tracks in search of wildlife or relax in a comfortable rest camp. Some hides present bird and game watching from a panoramic vantage point, using binoculars is always a bonus. Photographers never have a dull moment on any trip in Southern Africa! Cape Town presents a magnificent cultural, gastronomic, floral and oceanic experience with a dramatic coastline. The Cape Peninsula is home to whales, dolphins, seals, penguins, great white sharks and the world’s richest Floral Kingdom to name a few attractions. The Cape of Good Hope, Cape of Storms, Table Mountain, Hourikwagga (Sea mountain in the Khoi Language) This area is filled with iconic names and some of earth’s most dramatic coastal scenery. Also known as the meeting place of Two Oceans, the Atlantic and Indian, this is also the meeting place of people and cultures from all over the world. From famous European explorers and land hungry Imperialists to the San hunter-gatherers and Khoi herdsman of the past to a myriad of modern day tourists. Every trip I present to friends is unique. I organize every detail and all my clients need to bring is their credit cards and an open mind to explore an exciting and diverse part of earth. Prices also vary for every trip. Trips are exclusive and designed only for you and your family or group of friends,

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