Savour the unseen side of South Africa
Isabel Conway takes an intoxicating tour of the lesser-spotted South African Cape
The jeep skids over the deeply rutted narrow track, some of it partly washed away by flash floods, before grinding to a halt in the middle of nowhere. We’ve rounded hairpin bends, almost reached mountain-tops and bumped down switchbacks in some of South Africa’s steepest and remotest terrain.
On the way, we’ve admired troops of noisy, bickering baboons in an of Eden of luxuriant foliage below. The baboons politely give up...
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