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Wakkerstroom is regarded by many as a “sleepy little village” situated between the borders of the provinces of Mpumalanga and Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa. So if you’re looking for a truly authentic South African experience, then... Show more

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Wakkerstroom is regarded by many as a “sleepy little village” situated between the borders of the provinces of Mpumalanga and Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa. So if you’re looking for a truly authentic South African experience, then look no further than Wakkerstroom, which promises a unique adventure. The town of Wakkerstroom was first established in 1859. Since its inception, it has had numerous cultural influences such as Swazi, Zulu, Afrikaner and even Indian. Wakkerstroom is one of the few places in the country which still contains such a thriving ecosystem of flora and wildlife, particularly its varying species of birds, which brings many a tourist to this area. Of the 400 species of birds which occur in South Africa’s grasslands, 20 of these species of birds can be found no where else on the planet except right here in Wakkerstroom. Tourists have a variety of choices concerning accommodation in Wakkerstroom. Accommodation ranges from luxurious country hotels for jetsetters to self-catering facilities such as caravan and campsites for those on the go. Tourism is a flourishing business enterprise here in Wakkerstroom. Wakkerstroom’s main attraction is its array of bird species for avid bird watchers. If you’re lucky, then you may even be able to spot varying species of antelope such as Springbok, Blesbok or a Grey Rhebuck. You can visit some of the many buildings restored in recent years to reflect a bygone era. So if you thought that Wakkerstroom was just another sleepy “dorp” in the middle of nowhere, then you thought wrong. So stop your stalling and come visit Wakkerstroom, for your own personal reawakening.