Cape Town places second for solo travelers 

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Cape Town places second for solo travelers 

Cape Town has placed in at second in the list of the top locations for solo travelers in Africa, losing to Mauritius which took the top spot. According to the data released, Cape Town was searched for 144percent of the time in Google search engines for solo travelers.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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