South Africa by Instagram – #meetsouthafrica
May 10, 2013
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For some inspiration on why you should visit South Africa or even if you’re a local looking for new places to discover, check out the #MeetSouthAfrica Instagram feed. The hashtag follows 15 international bloggers as they explore South Africa on different itineraries, taking them to all the provinces, and experiencing as much as they can in 5 days.

Here are a few of my favourite the #meetSouthAfrica bloggers pics for a good dose of travel inspiration.

Hot air balooning in the Magaliesberg

 Hot air ballooning in Magaliesberg  (image by AprendizViajante)

Horse riding

Sunset ride in the mountains of Swellendam (pic by @adventurouskate)

Western Cape Dunes - Draaihoek

Dunes – Draaihoek, Western Cape (image via @umarket)


Dolphins (pic by @adventurouskate)

@thenadwork shows us her balancing act

Balancing act (pic via @thenadwork)


Sunset quad biking (pic by @traveldudes)

soweto tour

Soweto tour (pic by @velvetescape)

Ronnies Sex Shop

Ronnie of Ronnies Sex shop fame (pic by @thenadwork)

mama tofu

Mama Tofu – the oldest tour guide in South Africa (pic by @thenadwork)

mandela statue bloemfontein

Mandela statue loooking out over Bloemfontein (pic by @traveldudes)

For more South African travel inspiration, check out the #meetsouthafrica and #visitsouthafrica hashtags on Instagram and Twitter and use them to share your Mzansi love.



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Meruschka Govender

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There are 4 comments

  • Heather says:

    Love this. Have started following everyone on IG. Can I climb on and use the hashtag too?

  • Roxanne says:

    Ah, South Africa; truly a world in one country. I see on Twitter that the #meetSouthAfrica bloggers were blown away. Good; they should be.

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