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I’m searching for a partner to travel with in South Africa and perhaps Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique for a month from mid-October to mid-November (roughly). I’m 21, very laid back, looking to see as much of southern africa as possible and have a great time. I’ll be flying out of Paris and would like to start the trip in Capetown, but I am very flexible. If anyone’s interested, please respond soon so we can start figuring things out. Thanks.
I lived in the Cape for a couple of years. I loved it and would like to make a trip back sometime. Welcome.
Hi – if you are still there in December or January can possibly meet up. We plan to fly over from Thailand.
Interesting but I think the January-February would be advisable because in these months there is increasing influx of people in these parts.
Hey, I am also interested in this place. It is good for travel. I think Jan & feb is best for travelling. Travelling to South Africa from neighbouring countries can also be done through overland safaris, on cross-border coach routes, and self-drive tours, through one of 53 border posts with Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Namibia, Mozambique, Lesotho and Botswana facilitate entry.:D
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Just made almost that same trip – minus the Cape. Lesotho is definitely worth visiting – so unpolluted by tourism.
Yea – I had a great time in Lesotho last year – small mountain country, totally landlocked by South Africa. Friendly people, ancient cave paintings, horse back riding – and picturesque natural scenery.