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Letsitele

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

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

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.
 

Lowveld Wedding & Lifestyle Treasure Hunt 2022

Wedding & Lifestyle Treasure Hunt:
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Game starts 5 November to 3 December 2022, a 4-week journey not to be missed!
 
Stand a chance to win a Bushveld Wedding at the 5 star, award winning, Kilima Game Reserve and Spa. Weekly prizes and getaways are up for grabs!

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Featured upcoming artists in Tzaneen! Local is Lekker. We at IINFO are super excited about our town and the people of our town – but we have always had a soft spot for artists! This past year was difficult for everyone and we did survive! We evolved. We learned new skills and we are so proud to know that we as a community can stand together and have compassion with each and everyone.
 

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Tzaneen – Agricultural hub of South Africa

Tzaneen is situated in a fertile region in the north eastern part of Limpopo Province, with tropical and subtropical agriculture taking place in a 20,000 km² region. A wide range of tropical fruits and vegetables are produced, notably citrus, mangoes, bananas, avocados, litchis, tomatoes, macadamia nuts, blueberries coffee, tea and timber are commonly cultivated.
 

Most popular activities in and around Tzaneen

Fishing
 
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.
 

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