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Where to eat in Tzaneen?
Tzaneen is the second largest town in Limpopo with a diversity of different cultures and preferences. You will find that Tzaneen caters for all tastes and favourites. There are so many coffee shops with hidden treasures where you can sit down and just forget about everything for a minute while you enjoy your coffee or spoil your palate and appetite with joy.
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.
Dap Naude Dam for Carp and Kurper - This dam is set in the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of the Woodbush Forest Reserve.
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.
Beautiful gardens are synonymous with Tzaneen and surrounding areas, and it is with great pleasure that a group of keen garden owners have decided to open their gardens to the public who would like to visit and appreciate the splendour of their tropical Lowveld gardens.
Although the area has recently been challenged with a very dry season, visitors will still be astounded by the lush profusion of blossoms and blooms for which this area is so well known for during springtime.
Venda pottery is one of the most distinctive types of traditional South African craft art, perfect in its elegant simplicity. The eye-catching dark brown pots, decorated with red ochre and silver graphite from Venda’s Lalonde Mountains, look beautiful in every setting. Originally Venda pots served as low-tech “fridges”, as the thick clay keeps water fresh and cool. Today the pots are used mostly for decoration.