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The view is absolute beauty.
Encircled by dense green forests and misty mountains, and a subtropical climate with plenty of sun, the town of Tzaneen in the Limpopo Province of South Africa is an enchanting paradise for adventure seekers and nature lovers.
Lush fruit plantations exist alongside forested areas with a backdrop of mountains, often shrouded in a silvery mist. Water is abundant in Tzaneen and the area is bursting with rivers, waterfalls and expansive dams.
The town is a mere 90-minute drive from the Kruger National Park on one of the most scenic roads in South Africa.
Tzaneen offers safari experiences, opportunities to interact with unique cultures, the chance to witness natural marvels and be touched by people that will forever remain emblazoned in the mind.
Top 8 reasons to visit Tzaneen
1. Tzaneen is a regular recipient of the cleanest town award. Take a walk through the shopping district and visit the gardens and the interesting museum. The town hosts regular events such as a rally, a country fair and festivals, expos and marathons through the year. The picturesque dam is located alongside the town.
2. Hike the Letaba Trail in the Hans Merensky Nature Reserve. Expect to see hippo and crocodile along the river banks. While at the reserve, bathe in the swimming pool, fed by a thermal spring that releases water at a piping hot 104° Celsius. The waters are said to relieve rheumatism.
3. Day visitors are welcome at the Baobab Tree Bar in Modjadjiskloof, a bar built inside the world’s largest living baobab tree. This ancient tree hollowed out naturally and the farm owners built a bar in the hollow, wide enough to comfortably seat 15 people. The record is 54 people, one would guess all highly intoxicated!
4. Experience 13 thrilling zipline slides over the spectacular Letaba River gorge, south of Tzaneen and offered by the Magoebaskloof Canopy... Show more
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.