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Real travellers are avoiding ‘touristy’ attractions and want real cultural experiences.

 We all want to believe that the tribal dance in the village we travel so far to see is more “real” than the one performed at dinner at the airport hotel. We want to believe that the bread we had at the small Basotho village is more “authentic” than the overpriced snack that tourists pay for at the Waterfront markets.

Today authenticity has become the goal and measure of travel. “Real” travellers are avoiding expensive, posed tourist attractions, preferring to wander off the “beaten track”. Many avoid the “touristy” places and are discerning about wanting to have ‘real’ cultural experiences. read more

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Some Highlights of the Sani Pass Tour

Look at our quick clip of some highlights of the Sani Pass Tour………. read more

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