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Most popular activities in and around Tzaneen

Cast your line – The Tzaneen, Haenertsburg, Magoebaskloof and surrounding areas offer a wide variety of opportunities for novice as well as professional fisherman to cast their lines and try their expertise on whatever species of fish they choose to angle.
Public Waters
Dap Naude Dam for Carp and Kurper - This dam is set in the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of the Woodbush Forest Reserve.

Tzaneen and surrounds - The ultimate hiking destinations

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 unforgettable hiking trip.
This sought-after area has a variety of hiking trails to choose from, and the top 5 trails is a must do and will trigger every hiker’s passion for the activity…
Lesodi Trail – This trail is ideal for the Novus who wants to go on a Sunday morning stroll.

Polokwane Athletic Club

A running club with a difference.
The inaugural first running club in Polokwane (then Pietersburg) was formed in approximately 1971 and known as the Pietersburg Marathon Club. The Club staged the first marathon in Polokwane in 1972 and the race was run from Chuenespoort to the local cricket grounds.
During 1977 a second running club was formed to cater predominantly for juniors and long-distance track athletes. This Club was known as the Voete Athletic Club and chaired by Willem Smit

Heritage Sites In Polokwane

Guns confiscated at the end of the Magoeba War in 1892 were melted into one mass and put on display.
Library Gardens, Cnr. Grobler & Schoeman Street
The monument marks the country's first gold crushing site and gold power plant in the country. 18km from the city on the R101 South to Mokopane. Take the exit marked Eersteling Monument and drive another 5km.

The Wildlife Conservation Trust

The Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) was founded through the efforts of many dedicated people and organisations that consistently work towards the conservation of endangered and vulnerable animal species.
The WCT facilitates projects that focus on conservation, rehabilitation, research and the protection of wildlife; as well as education and training programmes relating to wildlife conservation and the environment.

A Focus on Foskor

One of the world's largest producers of phosphate and phosphoric acid, Foskor is proudly South African, but internationally focused. 
• Foskor was founded by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) in 1951 to produce phosphates for South Africa’s agricultural sector, and is the only vertically integrated producer of phosphate ore, phosphoric acid and granular fertiliser in South Africa.

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