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Howick Falls
South Africa

The Howick Falls is located right in the town of Howick, and is a 95 meter (300 foot) high waterfall along the Umgeni River.

This spectacular waterfall is popular with tourists passing through, and offers not only a great view, but also coffee shops and tourism info center within a short walking distance.

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Uploaded: 04/02/2013
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