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For the book lovers, the gallery boasts a bookshop filled with a wide range of publications on African art. If a baby elephant complains, the entire family goes over to caress it.
If you’re over the age of 18, head to Muldersdrift for hand-crafted natural beer. Grounded at echo – R45 – R55 Is learning to speak another language on your bucket list? The longest street in South Africa – free Cape Town is not the only city boasting a long urban market street. Picnic in front of the Union Buildings – Free Enjoying the summer warmth can be simple.
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Kitchener’s Comedy Night – R20 There’s never been a cheaper way to enjoy South Africa’s comedy scene, R20 will get you in to Kitchener’s Cavery Bar in Braamfontein, Johannesburg every Tuesday night at 8pm for some side-splitting comedy. Soon to be extended by 100m, a view from the top of these towers is the perfect way to challenge your spirit for the great outdoors. Visit the Boswell Wilkie Circus canopy that has become something of a landmark just outside Meyerton, Johannesburg.
Why not take up free Zulu lessons at Grounded at Echo every Monday from 5pm to 6m. Wonderboom Nature Reserve – R25 for adults and R15 for kids under 13Have you ever seen a 1000-year old tree? Stanza Bopape, Helen Joseph, WF n Komo and Elias Motsoaledi form the nerve centre of the most historical roads in Pretoria. Pack some yummy treats into a picnic basket and head down to the gardens of one of the most famous buildings in South Africa. Have you visited any of these places or know about any other amazing things to do?