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Natures Valley beach on the Garden Route
South Africa

Nature's Valley boasts a beautiful secluded beach along the Garden Route of South Africa, near to Plettenberg Bay. Also home to the quaint village of Natures Valley, and is well know as the end point of the famous Otter Trail hiking trail.

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Uploaded: 31/05/2010
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