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By Marinda Thomas
22 Jun 2020
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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 Heather Mason
02 Aug 2019
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The Kings Walden legend began nearly a century ago when a young woman named Elsie “Ess” Margaret Dickson — a feisty city girl who itched to create a beautiful country garden — stood on the overlook in front of this farmhouse on a mountaintop in...

By Heather Mason
01 Aug 2019
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The Amorentia Estate and Nursery does more than can be easily described in a single story. Bought by Gary and Shenah Blight in the early 1950s, Amorentia started as a macadamia farm. Today the farm is run by the Blights’ son, Howard, and its...

By Heather Mason
31 Jul 2019
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The Old Packhouse Distillery, hidden behind tall trees on a forest road in what used to be a fruit-packing warehouse, smells positively delicious. Gin is made here, but it’s not just any old gin. The Old Packhouse, which only opened two years ago...

By Heather Mason
30 Jul 2019
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The Tsonga Kraal Open-Air Museum is a full-sized model of a Tsonga village, depicting the homestead of a real Tsonga chief — Muti Va Mutsonga — his eight wives, and his children. This homestead still existed as late as the1970s near the town of...

By Bobbi Gerber
22 Mar 2018
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Bobbi Gerber interviews David Letsoaolo in his 'office': the forest at Kurisa Moya, nature lodge, Houtboschdorp
 
He loved nature from the start, whispers David Letsoalo, as we sit in the bird hide, waiting for our...

By Bobbi Gerber
22 Mar 2018
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As with inhabitants of most other towns, Tzaneen's have the opportunity and privilege to participate in a personally preferred sport. Among such are tennis, squash, bowling, rugby, cycling, mountain biking, running clubs – to name a few.
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By Bobbi Gerber
11 Dec 2017
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Big 5 Trail Week
 
29 DEC 2017 - 3 JAN 2018
 
This event will ensure that you exit the old year without losing speed and hit the new year running! The biennial BIG 5 Trail Week is centred...

By Bobbi Gerber
11 Dec 2017
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School holidays in the Tzaneen area - ways to spoil your little ones
 
The last month of the year is here…parents might wonder how they are going to entertain their kids this festive season? Fortunately, this area has...

By Bobbi Gerber
22 Nov 2017
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Tzaneen is a drive-through for many tourists and visitors en route to the Kruger Park and other holiday places (private game farms, Die Eiland etc), but they lose the excellent opportunity of making it a destination worthy to explore a bit. One...

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 Neighbourhood 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...

Eucalyptus saligna situated in the Woodbush Forest Estate, Magoebaskloof, Tzaneen, ranked as the tallest trees in the Southern hemisphere and the tallest trees in Africa
By Mesché Meijer
25 Jul 2017
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Tzaneen and its surrounding areas are the proud hosts of as many as 10 of the Champion Trees in South Africa. And what are Champion Trees exactly? 
 
The Champion Tree Project was born on a sunny day in the spring of 2002, when the...

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...

By Claudia Thomas
24 Jul 2015
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Your adventure begins as you get into your car. From Polokwane, The R71 is the start of your journey to the heartbeat of Limpopo, Tzaneen.

Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, meandering via the beautiful mystic mountain pass of Magoebaskloof...

By Claudia Thomas
20 Jul 2015
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Bordering the Wolkberg Wilderness, this incredibly scenic mountain reserve features crystal clear rivers, countless butterflies, waterfalls and lovely pools. Swarms of colourful butterflies, intricate spider webs and awesome bird life make it...
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