National Geographic : 1970 Sep
allowed. Town, Johannesburg and Durban. Where you'll find exquisite urban scenery. Gourmet food. And incredibly fine wines. (Made from grapes grown in South Africa.) All for so little money that you'll have plenty left over for shopping. For things like an ostrich wallet. A zulu ax. A semi-precious stone ring. Whatever your heart's desire. You'll find just about anything you're hunting for in South Africa. A warm, friendly country. Where just about everybody speaks English. And everybody will go out of their way to make you feel at home. And the friendliest, fastest way to get there is with South African Airways. A Boeing 707 Stratojet will whisk you down from New York via the most direct route. Talk to your travel agent before you go though. He'll help you plan a great"hunting for sights and scenes" trip to our "No Hunting Allowed" country. South Africa. SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS Come with us. A littleoff the beaten track.