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Cape Town Waterfront

Waterfront in Cape Town

Where students begin their GO South Africa journey.


Colorful Muslim Neighborhood

A 300-year-old Muslim neighborhood in Cape Town called the BoKaap. Students visit this district and connect with a living faith community in an ancient mosque.


Storms River Mouth

The Storms River is part of the typical landscape between Cape Town and Addo Elephant, where students enjoy local wildlife.


White Rhinoceros Sighting

This Rhino was photographed in Kruger National Park, a private game reserve in Eastern Cape province that is roughly the size of Israel.


Royal Natal National Park

Located in the KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa, this park contains Tugela Falls, the world’s second highest waterfall.

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