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    Looking for advice on safaris to Botswana

    You should use a booking agent (instead of a travel agent) you'll pick up a safari package for much cheaper. over 8 years ago

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    A good sushi restaurant in cape town

    Just Sushi in Simon's Town is absolutely amazing. They often have fresh line fish sashimi (yellow tail and mackerel). http://www.eatout.co.za/Restaurants/4256/Cape-Town/Sushi/Just-Sushi over 8 years ago

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    Any suggestion for Western cape destination?

    I'd definitely recommend Aquila Private Game Reserve for some wildlife viewing. Along the garden route, there is also the Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn which are absolutely stunning with their dripstone formations. While you're in Oudtshoorn visit the Ostrich Show Farm and go on an ostrich tour and attempt to ride an ostrich! Great fun. Hope you enjoy! Aquila Private Game Reserve: http://www.aquilasafari.com/ Cango Caves: http://www.cango-caves.co.za/ Ostrich Show Farm http://www.cangoostrich.co.za/ over 8 years ago

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    What is the average travel time by road from Nairobi Kenya to Mombasa Kenya?

    If you take a bus your travelling time will be about 7 hours. over 8 years ago

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    Is Kenya , cape town and knysna ok 4children to visit ?and take them to sun city palace and stay for two days ?

    It is definitely safe to travel with children to Kenya, Cape Town and Knysna. What a lovely variety of experiences you'll get in these areas. If you want to be 100% sure that you'll be safe on a holiday with your kids in Kenya, don't opt for a self-drive journey. I suggest you booking a family safari package through a reputable agent. This will mean that the routes you travel on and the activities you do are all pre-approved for a safe safari getaway suitable for children. Cape Town is absolutely great for children, and so is Knysna. Both towns are laid back and peaceful with loads of greenery and things to do for the whole family. Enjoy your travels! over 8 years ago

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    Looking into taking the bazbus from j'burg to cape town stopping at different towns on the way. Is this safe? Suggested stops?

    I agree with Mdu, the driver of the BazBus knows what areas are safe and which aren't, and their route takes you on the most scenic, peaceful, enjoyable route. BazBus has been around for ages and they know their routes well. If that doesn't put your mind at ease, you can always chat to the driver when you arrive at a destination, he'll be more than happy to give you a run down on where it is okay and not okay to walk after dark. over 8 years ago

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    Sight seeing in Cape Town, South Africa

    There are really great attractions mentioned above. Don't forget to take a day or two to explore the Cape peninsula. This runs from the eclectic seaside harbour suburb of Kalk Bay all the way past the fishing village of Fish Hoek and into Simon's Town where you can visit Boulders Beach and its penguin colony. Further along the route you'll reach Cape Point which is the peninsula's southern most tip: the area which is said to be where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. In Cape Town CBD you can also take a tour of the Castle and take a ferry out to Robben Island for a tour of the place where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned. Enjoy! over 8 years ago

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    What's the easiest/cheapest way from Cape Town to Durban?

    I would tend to agree with PamiG, airline prices are very reasonable from Mango, 1Time Airline, or Kulula.com. 1Time Airline has just recently had a change of its CEO and everyone is rather keen to see what is going to happen with the airline, so I would suggest Mango or Kulula.com just for that added piece of mind. over 8 years ago