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Cape Town Waterfront

Waterfront in Cape Town

Where students begin their GO South Africa journey.

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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.

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Storms River Mouth

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

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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.

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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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