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Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1991. Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre is a sanctuary for abandoned, injured or poisoned animals. Amongst these are lions from an Egyptian circus, leopards, wild dogs, cheetahs, poisoned vultures, crowned eagles and other survivors. The Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre is the only facility in southern Africa to successfully breed the endangered crowned eagle, and they have bred and released over 150 serval cats into areas where they had become extinct.

Jessica the Hippo

Her story began in March of 2000 when the combined Blyde and Olifants Rivers flooded and swept the newly born calf away from her mother. Fortunately, Jessica happened to end up on the property of Tonie and Shirley Joubert who, realising she was only a few hours old, took her in and created a milk formula to help her regain strength. From then, Jessica was a part of the family and even became friends with the couples’ dogs. As she wouldn’t survive on her own in the wild, she stayed with her ‘parents’ Tonie and Shirley.


The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve (KPNR) is one of the largest privately owned nature reserves in South Africa covering some 60 000 hectares and is part of the Greater Kruger National Park.. It is an entirely non-government organization involved in the full spectrum of Nature Conservation. Klaserie is a small town situated in the Limpopo province, on the R40, south of Hoedspruit. The Town's main tourist attraction is the Klaserie Nature Reserve. It is a privately owned nature reserve with a bushveld atmosphere, and forms part of the Great Kruger National Park.

Echo Caves

The Echo Caves in Limpopo, South Africa, are set in Precambrian dolomite rock, which was first laid down about 3800 million years ago, when Africa was still part of Gondwana. The caves are considered some of the oldest in the world. There are a number of speleothem structures in the cave; two of these are hollow stalactites which when hammered create echoes audible throughout and even outside the caves, thus the name of the caves. The caves are over 40 km long; regular tours are available for about 2 km of the tunnels and chambers.


The Letsitele area is rich in its cultural history and has many attractions for the tourist to observe while passing through. At Letsitele, you will cross the Letaba River which provides water to one of the largest citrus areas in our country. The town of Letsitele is named after the Letsitele River. The word ‘Letsitele’ is derived from a Northern Sotho word meaning ‘valley of the dead’, which was relevant in the days when malaria was a deadly threat in the valley.


Gravelotte is 'n klein dorp in die ooste van die Limpopoprovinsie, Suid-Afrika, en lê omtrent halfpad tussen Tzaneen en Phalaborwa. Die geskiedenis van die dorp kan teruggevoer word na die Slag van Gravelotte tydens die Frans-Pruisiese oorlog van (1870–1871). Dragonder Fritz Reuter het 'n gelofte afgelê dat indien hy die geveg sou oorleef hy 'n sendeling sal word. Hy oorleef die slag en emigreer na die Transvaal waar hy die sendingstasie Medingen ongeveer 10 km noord van Duiwelskloof stig. Later het hy 'n plaas in die omgewing gekoop en dit Gravelotte genoem, na aanleiding van die geveg.


Swadini is landlocked by the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve and nestled amongst the Drakensberg peaks, on the banks of the Blyde River, Hike among Trails that twist and turn through breathtaking scenery, soak in the sun next to the heated or cold-water Swimming Pools, take in nature with Game Viewing on horse-back or experience the rush of river-rafting.

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