Most read travel stories for the week

2014-03-28 15:36

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Cape Town - Camping hacks, 13 South African spots to show your kids during the school holidays and the one local beach that is best avoided - in case you missed it, here are the stories our readers found most interesting this week.


 6.Top 15  camping hacks

We asked our readers to share some top tips when out camping. Check out these 15 rather useful ideas....

 
5. WATCH: Augrabies Falls in full force
 
After 2 weeks of rain around the country the power and force of the waterfall will once again live up to its name of 'the place of Great Noise.'


4.WATCH: Killer Whale hunt caught on camera

A family holiday excursion in British Columbia turned into a wildlife spectacular.


3. 13 great South African spots to show your kids
 
We are lucky to live in a country of exceptional diversity and natural beauty - why not introduce your kids?



2. Malaysia Flight MH370: No survivors, compensation offered

Authorities announced satellite image confirmation of debris spotted in the Southern Indian Ocean makes them certain the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared on 8 March, crashed into the Indian Ocean leaving no survivors. It has been a week of relentless searching, hampered by bad weather, yet still no hard physical proof of the wreckage has been found.

Since then, one youtube user has come forward, saying he knows what happened - his insights will leave you with goosebumps. Take a look.


1. SA beach named world's deadliest

Port St Johns, a popular Eastern Cape tourist destination, has been named the world's deadliest beach - we've inlcuded it in this round-up of the 5 most dangerous beaches in the world.
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