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Resourceful South Africans have been quick to capitalise on their country’s diverse landscape and fascinating culture. The tourist industry remains a major part of the local economy, providing a healthy source of employment and opportunities to everyone from young people to rural communities. For tourists, this means it is always easy and affordable to travel around, with services catering to your every need. Whether you want to book a room, find out information, organise an activity, surf the internet, call home or change your flight, an entrepreneurial local will happily help you get the job done. Staying in backpacker hostels, expect lots of help from the staff and travel desks, as well as local players from discount cards to free guidebooks. As South Africans are fond of saying, we’ll make a plan…

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    Coast to Coast

    Tourism services  > Lesotho

    The definitive backpackers guide to Southern Africa. You can leave home without your toothbrush, sleeping bag or camera, but don’t forget Coast to Coast. Information on backpacking Information on accommodation Information on adventures Covers Southern Africa Free for backpackers and travellers We will post it to you free anywhere in the world

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    Dirty Boots Adventure Guide

    Tourism services  > Lesotho

    We publish an adventure guide for South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho. Passionate about adventure to SA. Extremely professional. Been operatring 5 years. Most comprehensive guide of its kind. Currently busy with the 5th issue. Very informative website. Promote adventure to SA.

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    Fair Trade Tourism

    Tourism services   > South Africa

    FTT is the world’s first Fair Trade tourism certification programme. FTT certified products are committed to operating in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. FTT certification is a process that examines social, economic and environmental best practice in tourism, seeking a balance of all three principles of sustainable development. FTThas a diverse portfolio of tourism […]