What to do with 4 extra days in South Africa?

May 28th, 2010, 01:27 PM
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Arathusa Lodge in N.E. Sabi Sands. Very easy access from Jo'burg, all the wonderful benefits of Sabi Sands consessions but at far better value. I cannot recomend it highly enough. They share game drive access with 4 neighbours, so have a great range to travel. I've been there twice, 4 years apart, and will definately revisit again. http://www.arathusa.co.za/
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May 31st, 2010, 06:35 AM
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Hi if you are in South Africa in any case I would suggest the Magaliesburg. Just out side of Johannesburg and Pretoria you will have a wide variety of things to do from the craddel of humankind to the big five .
Magaliesburg is a country town were Gauteng goes away for a quick break. For accommodation try www.rosewellspa.co.za or other guesthouses in the town most of the crazy prices have gone and you should get good priced accommodation.
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May 31st, 2010, 11:43 PM
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Two posts so far, two adverts. Not very subtle.
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Jun 14th, 2010, 10:16 AM
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ArthurSA. Check out my profile.
Yes it's an advert, a free one from a tourist/punter, recommending a location that I have greatly enjoyed. I agree, nothing subtle at all, doesnt need to be.
I've also advertised Arathusa on other topics, especialy for people looking for leopard or those that only have a few days spare in there itinerary. As I noted, great value for Sabi, and I for one will keep recommending the place.
Do you have better suggestions?
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Jun 21st, 2010, 07:33 AM
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My apologies, if you have no ulterior motive. I had just thought it strange that the OP had asked for recommendations for locations appreciably far away from Magaliesburg. I live in the North of Jozi and I hike in the Magaliesberg (the mountains) quite often, but I'd not describe Magaliessburg (the town) as "just outside" of Johannesburg. But I'm happy you enjoyed your stay there.
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