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Visit Durban's beach bars, Feel the bliss of a beautiful sunrise at Cape town & Meet 'The Big Five' & diverse fauna midst the wilderness of Kruger National Park Explore South Africa http://cnk.com/SpectacularSouthAfrica
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The world famous penguins who stroll on the Boulders beach in South Africa, this colony is known for their extremely funny behavior and braying calls! #CoxandKings

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Hermanus in Western Cape, is the only place in the world to have its own whale crier! What's his job? To alert everyone of the whales’ whereabouts, so you can actually see them from afar! #CoxandKings

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A great white-knuckle ride! Get ready to see #Sharks like never before – from up close, only in #South Africa! #CapeTown #CoxandKings

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The Greenest Canyon in the world! Blyde River Canyon of South Africa. Also known as “God’s Window in Paradise Country” #CoxandKings

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The Cape Buffalo: Buffalo are reported to kill more hunters in Africa than any other animal. They are known to ambush hunters that have wounded or injured them. Cape buffalo are known to kill lions, and can seek out and kill lion cubs — a preventative punishment! A buffalo never forgives. They have been known to attack people that have harmed them even years after the event! #CoxandKings

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Big 5 refers to Buffalo, Elephant, Lion, Leopard and Rhino – the term comes from the animals considered most dangerous to hunt. Now the thrill comes from photographing them in their natural habitat.If you're looking for a Big 5 safari experience in South Africa you can go to almost any province in South Africa, but the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces remains an iconic tourism drawcard. #CoxandKings

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The African Bush Elephant: They use their trunk, which has 40,000 muscles, as a tool to hold water. They can drink 10 to 15 liters of water at a time and generally drink 200 liters in a day! Bush elephants are emotional creatures that can cry, laugh and play. They grieve at the death of their young ones and adults. African bush elephants have large brains (5 kg), compared to their cousins dwelling in Asia and are more intelligent. #CoxandKings

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The Leopard: The leopard is the most elusive and secretive among large cats, making them extremely difficult to trace and locate in the wild. Leopards are astoundingly strong. They are pound for pound the strongest of the big cats. They are able to climb trees, even when carrying heavy prey, and often choose to rest on tree branches during the day. One reason why leopards sometimes take their prey up in the trees is to ensure lions or hyenas can’t steal them. #CoxandKings

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The Black Rhinoceros: Nearing extinction, the black rhinoceros has long been hunted for its horns, thought, in some cultures, to possess magical and medicinal qualities. The black rhino is extremely fast and agile although it looks heavy and slow, and can make sharp turns even when running at their top speed of more than 50 km/hr. #CoxandKings

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