Kimberley, which is located in the Northern Cape of South Africa, is a town made famous by mining.
Large open lawns with a helicopter parked in the middle, vast mielie (corn) field, slow flowing river stream, surrounding hills and shady trees – and that is just the outside of De Hoek Country Hotel.
A Big Five safari is near the top of many people's bucket list.   The Klaserie Reserve just outside of Kruger National Park in South Africa is a great spot to see big game.  
The Big Hole in Kimberley, dug for diamonds in the late eighteen hundreds. This is The Big Hole in the South African city of Kimberley. It is also the deepest hole ever dug by human hands. The Diamond Rush in South Africa sparked it off in the late eighteen-hundreds.   

"Tree!!" was a word that was frequently shouted on the game drives at the Nkorho reserve, as we 'Bundu Bashed' through the bush. However, the chance of getting bush slapped by an Acacia was well worth it as never before had we seen game like we did there.

North South Africa

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