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Saturday, 05 December 2015 22:00

Limpopo Towns

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Capricorn


Groblersdal    Haenertsburg    Houtbosdorp    Magoebaskloof    Marble Hall    Mokopane (Potgietersrus)    Pietersburg    Polokwane    Roossenekal    Tonteldoos

Soutpansberg

Makhado (Louis Trichardt)  •  Musina (Messina)

Valley of the Olifants


Balule Nature Reserve    Giyani    Gravelotte    Hoedspruit District    JG Strydom Tunnel    Jonkmanspruit    Kampersrus    Kromdraai Bela Bela    Phalaborwa District    Trichardtsdal    Tzaneen

Waterberg


Bela-Bela    Leeupoort    Lephalale (Ellisras)    Mabalingwe Nature Reserve    Marnitz    Modimolle (Nylstroom)    Mookgophong (Naboomspruit)    Northam    Nylstroom    Rust de Winter    Sterkrivier    Thabazimbi    Tom Burke   Vaalwater

 

Saturday, 05 December 2015 18:13

Gauteng Towns

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East Rand

Alberton    Benoni    Boksburg    Brakpan    Edenvale    Germiston    Kempton Park    O.R. Tambo Int'l Airport    Springs

Greater Johannesburg

Atholl    Auckland Park    Bedfordview    Birnam    Blue Hills    Boskruin    Bryanston    Chartwell    Constantia Kloof    Craighall   Craighall Park    Dunkeld    Fairland    Ferndale    Forest Town    Fourways    Gallo Manor    Houghton Estate    Hurlingham    Illovo, Johannesburg    Inanda    Johannesburg City Centre    Johannesburg South    Jukskei Park    Kelvin    Kensington  •  Kyalami Park    Linbro Park    Linden    Lone Hill    Melrose    Melville    Midrand    Morningside    Mulbarton    North Riding  •  Northcliff    Olivedale    Parkhurst    Parkmore    Parktown    Parktown North    Parkview    Parkwood    Paulshof    Randburg    Randpark    Rivonia    Rosebank-Johannesburg    Sandown    Sandton    Saxonwold    Troyeville    Waverley    Westdene    Witkoppen

Greater Pretoria


Arcadia    Bailey's Muckleneuk    Bon Accord    Brooklyn    Buffelsdrift Conservancy    Centurion    Clubview    Colbyn    Cullinan    De Wagensdrift    Dinokeng North    Dinokeng South    Donkerhoek    Elarduspark    Equestria    Faerie Glen    Hammanskraal    Hartebeestfontein, Pretoria    Hatfield    Hennops River    Kameeldrift East    Kameeldrift West    La Montagne    Lynnwood    Lynnwood Ridge    Menlo Park    Montana    Montana Park  •  Moreleta Park  •  Muckleneuk    Nieuw Muckleneuk   Pretoria    Pretoria and Surrounds    Pretoria CBD    Pretoria East    Pretoria West    Pretoriuspark    Queenswood    Rietfontein    Rietvlei Nature Reserve District    Riviera    Silver Lakes Golf Estate    Silverton    Silverwoods Country Estate    Sinoville    Sunnyside  •  Theresa Park    Tierpoort    Villieria    Wadrift    Wapadrand    Waterkloof    Waverley Pretoria    Weavind Park  •  Welgevonden    Willow Acres Estate    Wonderboom    Wonderboom-South    Woodhill    Zeekoegat

Southern Gauteng


Alrode    Eikenhof    Heidelberg    Lochvaal    Meyerton    Three Rivers    Vaal Oewer    Vanderbijlpark    Vereeniging

West Rand

Carletonville    Florida Glen    Florida Hills    Hekpoort    Honeydew    Kloofendal    Krugersdorp    Lanseria    Little Falls    Magaliesburg    Mogale City    Muldersdrift    Roodepoort    Ruimsig    Weltevreden Park

 

Saturday, 05 December 2015 13:13

Free State Towns

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Northern & Eastern Free State


Arlington    Bethlehem    Caledonspoort    Clarens   Clocolan    Deneysville    Ficksburg    Fouriesburg   Frankfort    Harrismith Heilbron    Kestell   Kroonstad    Ladybrand    Memel    Panorama, Kroonstad    Parys    Reitz    Sasolburg    Swinburne    Tweefontein    Vaal Dam    Vrede    Vredefort

Transgariep & Goldfields


Arboretum    Bayswater    Bethulie    Bloemfontein    Bloemfontein Central    Brandwag    Dan Pienaar    Ferreira    Fichardt Park    Fleurdal    Gariep and Dam    Generaal de Wet    Groenvlei   Heuwelsig   Kwaggafontein    Langenhovenpark    Lourierppark    Parkwest    Pellissier    Petrusburg    Philippolis    Rayton Bloemfontein    Smithfield    Springfontein    Trompsburg    Universitas    Ventersburg    Waverley Bloemfontein    Welkom    Westdene Bloemfontein

 

 

 

 

Saturday, 05 December 2015 12:30

Eastern Cape Towns

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Amatola & Stormberg

Click on Amatola & Stormberg Towns below to search for Top Accommodation Venues in Amatola & Stormberg, Eastern Cape :

Abbotsford    Aliwal North    Baysville, East London    Beacon Bay    Berea, East London    Bonnie Doon    Bunkers Hill    Cintsa (Chintsa)    Cove Rock    Cove Rock Country Estate    East London Area    Fish River    Glengariff    Gonubie    Haga Haga    Hofmeyr    Hogsback    Kidds Beach    King William's Town    Kwelera    Mgwalana River Mouth    Molteno    Morgan's Bay    Nahoon    Port Alfred    Queenstown    Quigney Beach    Seafield/ Kleinemonde    Selborne    Steynsburg    Stutterheim    Sunrise-On-Sea    Tarkastad    Venterstad    Vincent Heights    Winterstrand

Western Region

Click on Western Region Towns below to search for Top Accommodation Venues in Western Region, Eastern Cape

Aberdeen    Addo Elephant Park    Addo Elephant Park Area    Addo Village    Alexandria    Beachview    Blue Horizon Bay    Bluewater Bay    Bushman's River Mouth    Camdeboo National Park    Cannon Rocks  •  Cape St. Francis    Colchester / Cannonville    Cotswold    Cradock    Despatch    Eersterivierstrand    Glendinningvale  •  Graaff-Reinet    Grahamstown    Greenacres    Humansdorp    Humerail    Humewood    Jansenville    Jeffreys Bay   Kenton-on-sea    Kini Bay    Kirkwood    Maitlands    Middelburg, Eastern Cape    Mill Park    Mountain Zebra National Park    Nieu-Bethesda    Oyster Bay    Paradise Beach    Paterson    Port Elizabeth Area    Port Elizabeth CBD    Sardinia Bay    Seaview    Somerset East    St. Francis Bay    Steytlerville    Storms River / Tsitsikamma    Summerstrand    Sundays River    Sundays River Area    Sunland    Sydenham, Eastern Cape    Theescombe     Uitenhage    Walmer

Wild Coast & Berg

Click on Wild Coast & Berg Towns below to search for Top Accommodation Venues in Wild Coast & Berg, Eastern Cape

Barkly East    Coffee Bay    Colleen Glen    Elliot    Kei Mouth    Lady Grey    Matatiele    Mazeppa Bay, Wild Coast    Mbotyi, Wild Coast    Mgcnibe    Port St Johns    Rhodes    Mthatha

Thursday, 03 December 2015 12:24

Areas - Provinces

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Thursday, 03 December 2015 12:24

Areas - Provinces

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Wednesday, 02 December 2015 10:22

Eastern Cape

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Monday, 16 November 2015 08:17

Matyholweni Rest Camp

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Matyholweni Rest Camp - Game Reserve Accommodation In Addo Elephant Park

Introduction

Matyholweni, which means “in the bush” in Xhosa is located near the coastal town of Colchester at the Sundays River Mouth, 3km off the N2 highway, Matyholweni is easily accessible and provides a second gateway into the Park. Amenities such as shops, restaurants, ATM's and a fuel station are available in the nearby town.

Visitors have access to the main wildlife viewing area of the Park via the southern access road which links to Addo Main Camp. The distance from Camp Matyholweni to Addo Main Camp through the Park is 39km. The southern access road is not accessible to buses and caravans. Bookings are made through Central Reservations.

Five things to seek
Bushpig
Bushbuck
Stanley’s bustard
Malachite sunbird
Buffalo

Discover…Experience…Explore a world of diversity in one Park…

Now the third largest national park in South Africa, Addo Elephant National Park has expanded to conserve a wide range of biodiversity, landscapes, fauna and flora. Stretching from the semi-arid karoo area in the north around Darlington Dam, over the rugged Zuurberg Mountains, through the Sundays River Valley and south to the coast between Sundays River mouth and Bushman’s river mouth, Addo covers about 180 000 hectares (444 700 acres) and includes the Bird and St Croix Island groups.

The original elephant section of the park was proclaimed in 1931, when only eleven elephants remained in the area. Today this finely-tuned ecosystem is sanctuary to over 600 elephant, lion, buffalo, black rhino, spotted hyena, leopard, a variety of antelope and zebra species, as well as the unique Addo flightless dung beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo. The park can exclusively claim to be the only national park in the world to conserve the “Big 7” – the Big 5 as well as the southern right whale and great white shark off the Algoa Bay coast. Plans are currently afoot to include the proposed proclamation of a 120 000 ha (296 500 acre) Marine Protected Area, which includes islands that are home to the world's largest breeding populations of Cape gannets, and second largest breeding population of African penguins.

Vision

Addo Elephant National Park seeks to be fully integrated into the regional landscape. It conserves and enhances the characteristic terrestrial and marine biodiversity, ecological processes and cultural, historical and scenic resources representative of the Eastern Cape, for the appreciation and benefit of present and future generations.

Five main attractions/things to experience:

Lion (found mostly in the southern section of the park)
Herds of elephant at Hapoor dam
The Interpretive Centre at main camp
The picturesque Zuurberg Mountain
The rolling sand dunes of the Woody Cape section

CONTACT DETAILS

Local Tel: 021-4687255
Fax : 012 343 0905
Cell : 082 233 9111

Addo Elephant National Park, Western Region, Eastern Cape

Friday, 11 September 2015 06:58

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