Monthly Archives: January 2013

Heavy Rainfall at the Kruger National Park cause some Border Gates, Roads and Camp closure

Anyone looking to visit the Kruger National Park in the very near future should take note of the Roads, Camps and Border post entrance gates that have been closed due to the heavy rainfall reported in the area. The Entrance … Continue reading

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New Event for Mossel Bay

So far fifteen restaurants have indicated that they will be featuring special menu’s or events during the Proe Mosselbaai:  Kos en die lekker Lewe Event.  This event will be taking place from the 28th February until the 3rd of March … Continue reading

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Archaeological Site at Pinnacle Point

Archaeological sites at Mossel Bay’s Pinnacle Point Golf and Beach Spa Hotel has recently been declared a Provincial Heritage site.  These sites are evidence of modern human behavior including the first use of fire for heat, the earliest use of … Continue reading

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Rhino Poaching Update

Tragically more then 630 rhinos have been killed in South Africa in 2012 and most of them in the Kruger National Park.  Poachers who usually used AK-47’s which are much noisier giving the Rangers a better chance of hearing shooting … Continue reading

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