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1001 places to see before you die

1001 places to see before you die

If ever there was proof that Southern Africa offers a lifetime’s serious exploration, 1001 places to see before you die, is it.
Boddy-Evans, Marion; Bristow, David; Daly, Robyn; Exelby, Narina; Kuschke, Jazz
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Book title: 1001 places to see before you die
Subtitle: Places to go, things to do in Southern Africa
Authors: Marion Boddy-Evans; David Bristow; Robyn Daly; Narina Exelby; Jazz Kuschke
Publisher: Struik Publishers
Cape Town, South Africa 2006
ISBN 9781770071469 / ISBN 978-1-77007-146-9
Softcover, 21 x 21 cm, 400 pages, throughout colour photos

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If ever there was proof that Southern Africa offers a lifetime’s serious exploration, 1001 places to see before you die, is it.. From encounters with animals and nature, to discovering the open road and history, to challenging yourself, this list of 1001 must-see places and must-do things has been compiled from the combined experiences of Getaway magazine’s travel journalists. It includes everything from natural splendours renowned around the world to escape routes for 2x4s and 4x4s, to castles in the veld, to camp sites with a view, to the best wildlife encounters, to conversation-stoppers. It takes you far beyond the obvious and the well known. It gives enough ideas for a lifetime, no matter what your interests or yearnings. It includes space to write about your own experiences once you’ve “Been there, done that”. "The variety is breathtaking - from the desolation and open skies of the Northern Cape to the lushness of the Kruger National Park, to the stormy seas of the Transkei - we seem to have it all and more. … Even staying at home paging through this one is going to take you on many different journeys.", states Diane de Beer from the Pretoria News.


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