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By Bobbi Gerber
20 Nov 2017
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The Tzaneen Road Hogs (Biker club) is having their annual Toy Run on Sunday, 26 November in Tzaneen. Clubs from neighbouring towns have been invited and are expected to join this worthy effort.
 
Last year 157 riders and about 280...

By Bobbi Gerber
19 Oct 2017
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'LEKKER' LOCAL POP&ROCK AT TASTE OF TZANEEN
 
Saturday night, 4 November, at Taste of Tzaneen Fest, is going to be local and loud. If your feet start tapping with the ambition to dance, no-one will blame you....

By Bobbi Gerber
11 Oct 2017
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1. Blow a kiss at a croc – at the Crocodile Ranch (Agatha)
From a safe spot, get a new point of view on these feared and revered creatures – the kings of the rivers – crocs! Daily tours and feeding shows between 09h00 and...

By Mesché Meijer
26 Jul 2017
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On route to Tzaneen, in the heart of the Magoebaskloof mountain area you will find the famous Cheerio Gardens, where hundreds of different Japanese flowering cherry trees come into spectacular bloom during late September / early October.
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By Mesché Meijer
25 Jul 2017
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The magnificent Mina's Neighborhood Market is held at Mina’s farm venue and art café which is situated in the beautiful Magoebaskloof Mountains.
 
Art, food and fun lovers must come and join in and enjoy a fun-filled day with...

By Mesché Meijer
20 Jul 2017
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The Tzaneen and Magoebaskloof area is not only known for its tropical and agricultural existence but also for its ravishing natural surroundings.
 
Mountains, hidden waterfalls and natural lakes creates the perfect backdrop for an...

By Mesché Meijer
19 Jul 2017
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Looking for the perfect Carp fishing spot? - What better place to cast your lines into, than the wild waters of the Tzaneen Dam, situated in the heart of the prolific sub- tropical region in South Africa, Tzaneen.
 
The dam was built...

By Ryan
07 Jul 2017
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Looking for the perfect carp fishing spot? What better place to throw in the lines than in the heart of the tropical region in South Africa, the Tzaneen dam.
 
The dam was built in 1976 and was originally created to supply surrounding...

By Marinda Thomas
30 Mar 2017
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Tsonga Kraal Museum:
 
The Tsonga Kraal Museum is another attraction within the boundaries of the Hans Merensky Nature reserve that is interesting to visit.
 
This museum represents the building styles and cultural...

By Marinda Thomas
30 Mar 2017
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Connecting the towns of Haenertsburg and Tzaneen is the Magoebaskloof Mountain Pass, not only one of the great classic passes of the Limpopo Province, but also one of the finest scenic passes in South Africa.  The pass climbs 446...

By Marinda Thomas
30 Mar 2017
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Kaross is a rural embroidery project in Limpopo's peaceful Letsitele Valley that helps create jobs and uplift the local community by combining the area's traditional arts and craft skills with modern...

By Marinda Thomas
28 Mar 2017
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Biking in the mountains
 
Magoebaskloof is fast becoming Limpopo's mountain biker's paradise. Magoebaskloof hosts various mountain biking events every year and has various biking trails marked by the Magoebaskloof...

By Marinda Thomas
28 Mar 2017
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Unleash the adventurer in you…Visit the Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours
The Limpopo Province in South Africa is one that is abundant in natural splendor, history (even relics and fossils dating back to...

By Eldon Bothma
29 Feb 2016
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It was a misty morning in the mountains of Magoebaskloof, I needed to de-stress and unwind so I decided to pack my backpack and take a hike on the Magoebaskloof Hotel Waterfall Trail. 
 
I didn't do any research before hand because I...

By Claudia Thomas
20 Jul 2015
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The Debegeni (or Debengeni) Falls lie at the foot of the Magoebaskloof, on the R71 route to Tzaneen. This beautiful waterfall is a favourite destination for locals seeking cool water and mist cooled air in the heat of summer.

Debengeni...

By Claudia Thomas
09 Jul 2015
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When was the last time you did something for the first time? In Tzaneen you will experience nothing but FRESH, FUN FILLED ADVENTURES!
Eat local, spend local, enjoy local and follow the trend!
Many people will agree...

By Amy Leo
11 Jun 2015
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Joseph Baloyi, local musician, brought a breath of fresh air to one of the recently held social markets at Dei Gratia Restaurant!  Clients enjoyed their meals to the tune of 'I did it my way', 'Pink Panther', 'Killing me softly', 'Somewhere over...

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