The Free State is situated on the flat boundless plains in the heart of South Africa. Known locally as the "breadbasket" of South Africa, it is the agricultural city and most of its land is at 1000 m/3281 ft above sea level. It is the land of rugby, sunny skies and characterized by a continental climate, with warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters.
The Overberg is a region of immense beauty and characterized by amazing and diverse landscapes. It forms part of the Western Cape as it stretches from the Hottentos-Holland Mountains in the north while in the southern, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean break on to sandy beaches and rocky headlands. The spot enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm dry summers and cool wet winters.
Cape Winelands is an area of vast vines and vineyards as the name suggests. Situated in the north east of Cape Town, it constitutes fertile green valleys, towns and villages surrounded by proud mountains. It is characterized by Mediterranean Climate and the winter rain contributes to the famous wine production which can be found in most of the world's corners.
Gauteng is the smallest province in South Africa, yet its economic power house. It is located in the heart of South Africa's Highveld Region and is highly urbanized and densely populated. Gauteng offers to its visitors an option to explore the hustle and bustle of its urban life or the natural attractions outside its main cities, Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Kamari is a small village in the municipality of Liladia, on Euboea island, in Greece. It's located at 23 km/14.3 mi in the east of Chalkida, the capital city of Euboea. The stream of Atheros and Pirgaki mountain are the guards of this peaceful village.
Dhokos is a housing estate on Euboea island, in Greece. It's located at 4.9 km/3.05 mi away far from Chalkida, the main town of Euboea. The origin of the name of Chalkida has been given after the mines of copper, which were thrived in the near area.
Ben Nevis is the highest mountain of United Kingdom. Being a special destination for all the mountaineers, it has also many to offer as a rock climbing destination. Fort William, the main town of the Highlands in Scotland is a key spot for all those who would like to combine adventure with a great variety of provided facilities.
With an altitude of 1344 m/4409 ft, Ben Nevis is the highest mountain of Scotland. Fort William, on Ben Nevis' foot, is the central town of the Highlands. The Tower of Ridge is one of the most interesting routes up to the summit. Pretty demanding rock climbing abilities are required during the ascent.