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A bird's eye view of Table Mountain National Park

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A bird's eye view of Table Mountain National Park

Unread postby Lesego » Fri May 18, 2012 1:50 pm

SANParks recently entered into a partnership with FlyByEye , a company that provides aerial footage/views of extraordinary areas.

FlyByEYe will provide SANParks with aerial videos of various National Parks which will enable visitors to the SANParks website a bird's eye view of the beautiful landscapes that comprise our parks.

"From the full range of still photography, to panoramic views on accommodation and landscape, to aerial videos of the parks and camps, we would like to inform, inspire and empower our clients to make their choice of destination, build itineraries, and book online in a matter of minutes. Convenience for the client is our ultimate goal online", said Nedret Saidova, E-Business Manager, SANParks.

The first video available is the aerial view of the Table Mountain National Park
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Re: A bird's eye view of Table Mountain National Park

Unread postby Orange » Fri May 18, 2012 2:22 pm

Awesome footage of the Mountain. It really is one beautiful piece of landscape...

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Re: A bird's eye view of Table Mountain National Park

Unread postby Lesego » Fri May 18, 2012 2:26 pm

It is breathtaking :)
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Re: A bird's eye view of Table Mountain National Park

Unread postby Graham_5000 » Sat May 19, 2012 12:11 pm

Stunning. The Tankwa Karoo video on the flybyeye site is also spectacular. Look forward to seeing more videos.
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