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Refreshing breakfast in Polokwane.
The people are mostly friendly, and beautiful sites and sounds of Polokwane.
The area I was at was breath-taking and refreshing.
It has all the facilities.
More info about Polokwane
Many paths cross in Polokwane. The road to the Kruger National Park is among these paths. Polokwane is the economic capital of the Limpopo province, and it is ideally situated near Zimbabwe, Botswana and Swaziland, making it the perfect springboard into many attractions such as the Kruger National Park. Polokwane's climate is warm and sunny. many roadside stalls offer genuine African bush crafts. Visit the Chuene Crocodile Farm to see the crocodiles feed. The concentration camp cemetery provides fascinating insight into the history of the Anglo-Boer War. Another activity enjoyed by tourists is the game hunting in Polokwane. Polokwane is known as the best site in South Africa for hunters. The Middestad Centre is the perfect place to shop while on holiday, catering for everything you need. Visit the Modjadj Rainforest to enjoy the sights and sounds beneath the verdant, green canopy. This rainforest plays home to the world's largest numbers of the age-old... Show more
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