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Quotes & Interesting facts

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"Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, 
but not every man's greed."  Mahatma Gandhi

“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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In 2018, the oldest human drawings ever recorded were found in Blombos Cave, 200 miles east of Cape town.

216 metres the Bloukrans Bridge bungy jump is the world’s highest commercial jump.

Kilimanjaro is Africa's tallest mountain and, as it’s a dormant volcano, the tallest free-standing, or non-massif, mountain in the world

Natural Wonders Table Mountain and Victoria Falls are both located in Southern Africa

Namib desert is the world’s oldest desert. According to scientists,  over 55 million years old! The desert is also quite large, stretching for 2000 km along the Atlantic coasts of Namibia, South Africa and Angola

The Fish river canyon located close to the border with Namibia and South Africa, is also the oldest in the world. Researchers have determined that the canyon was formed at least 500 million years ago through water and wind erosion, coupled with the collapse of the valley floor

" I just wish the World was twice as big and half of it still unexplored "

David Attenborough

Earth and Space

Blyde River Canyon is the third largest canyon in the world but the largest green one.

South Africa's national flower is the protea.

Some of the cleanest air on the Planet gets blow from the Antartic to Southern Africa. Capetonians refer to the southeaster wind as the “Cape Doctor” because it “blows away” pollution and “cleans” the air.

Oldest meteor scar in the world, called the Vredefort Dome is in South Africa

The largest diamond was the Cullinan, found in 1905 it weighed 3,106.75 carats uncut.

Victoria Falls is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.

If I have ever seen Magic, It has been in Africa

John Hemingway

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How ever long the night, the dawn will break!

African Proverb

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