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Pontoon River Crossing at Botlierskop
South Africa

To access the Luxury Tented Suites, one crosses over the river on a pontoon. This really adds to the experience, and one feels like an explorer in Africa when enjoying the wonderful views while crossing over the river on the pontoon.

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Uploaded: 31/05/2010
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