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Urban All Terrain

Johannesburg Zoo is famous for it’s white lion breeding programme as well as having successfully bred Siberian Tigers,the largest cats on the planet,the most famous of these being the male known as “Twist”.

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Sodwana to Kosi Bay

We had two days of excellent game fishing with the charter company, “Seevarkie” and caught and release a black Marlin and landed a 25 kg Yellowfin Tuna as well as a couple of beautiful Dorado’s.

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Roundabout Rhodes

EXPLORE AFRICA ADVENTURES is busy developing new interesting safari routes in South Africa and we decided to explore the Eastern Cape Highlands.

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Going Camping

In keeping with the philosophy of not breaking new ground and not deviating from a driven track when in your vehicle, you should also try to camp in an existing spot.

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Urban All Terrain

Johannesburg Zoo is famous for it’s white lion breeding programme as well as having successfully bred Siberian Tigers,the largest cats on the planet,the most famous of these being the male known as “Twist”.

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Buying a Multi-Tool

Multi-tools are not really a new idea, I even remember my father purchasing the odd multi purpose tool when I was a kid, and they fulfilled the intended purpose but never to any great degree.

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To Pull or Snatch?

Urban legends abound when off-roading, one hears of the military type kinetic rope with magical elastic properties that simply recovers stuck vehicles all day without ever needing to rest!

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Sodwana to Kosi Bay

We had two days of excellent game fishing with the charter company, “Seevarkie” and caught and release a black Marlin and landed a 25 kg Yellowfin Tuna as well as a couple of beautiful Dorado’s.

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Birds of a Feather

The coastline of Namibia is well known for its sand sea and hidden diamonds, yet a gem of a different kind lies visible to all those who frequent its shores.

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The Sunshine Coast Route

The Sunshine Coast offers diverse scenery and experiences and its beauty lies within its small towns, stunning beaches and river banks, and the warm-hearted people which reside in them.

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Sandtastic!

The Namib Desert is special and even today after more than 15 years of ‘adventure’ in the Namib it does not cease to fill me with excitement and awe.

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Miles & Miles of Fun

In spite of the fact that we are almost more than 50 years into decimalisation the reference to ‘miles’ still persist today along the “West Coast Recreational Area” of Namibia.

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Going Camping

In keeping with the philosophy of not breaking new ground and not deviating from a driven track when in your vehicle, you should also try to camp in an existing spot.

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Buying a Multi-Tool

Multi-tools are not really a new idea, I even remember my father purchasing the odd multi purpose tool when I was a kid, and they fulfilled the intended purpose but never to any great degree.

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To Pull or Snatch?

Urban legends abound when off-roading, one hears of the military type kinetic rope with magical elastic properties that simply recovers stuck vehicles all day without ever needing to rest!

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The Humble Jerry Can

As off-roaders we so often carry extra fuel to extend or range and as a reserve supply in a steel or plastic container which we loosely refer to as a “Jerry Can”, but where did the name come from and how did it evolve?

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Deep Cycle

Okay so I have had so many queries about deep cycle batteries, even more so now that people are installing home inverters with the spate of load shedding, so as a layman lets look at what is the ultra marathon style battery!

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Be Prepared

In true scout fashion one always needs to be prepared, the length of the trip as well as the destination will guide you in the level of preparation.

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Doing it with less Space

I chatted to Heine Engelbrecht of the ADA training facility to see what he would suggest for someone embarking on a cross-country excursion on a motorbike.

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