Visit Magoebaskloof

The Magoebaskloof / Haenertsburg area is a popular destination in Limpopo South Africa. It offers a variety of attractions and activities that can appeal to families or adrenaline junkies. The area offers a unique blend of natural beauty, outdoor activities, cultural experiences and family-friendly attractions that make it a great holiday destination.

The area is known for its stunning natural scenery, including mountain vistas, forests, waterfalls and rivers. Visitors can enjoy hiking, picnicking and scenic drives to take in the views

There are a variety of accommodation options in  Haenertsburg and Magoebaskloof, ranging from campsites and self-catering cottages to hotels and guesthouses.

The area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a range of activities such as mountain biking, horse riding, fishing and bird watching

For holiday makers seeking an adrenaline rush, the area offers activities such as ziplining, abseiling and canopy tours.

The area is home to a thriving food and drink scene, with a variety of farm stalls, restaurants and coffee shops serving up local produce and cuisine.

The extended area is rich in history and culture. Go on a local trip within the area or go further afield to have many cultural and historical experiences

Getting married? Organising a conference? There will be a venue to suit your needs.

Looking for products made from local plants, glass and pottery, leather products, gifts, craft beer and gin? There is a shop for you.

Info from the mountain


Who is John Buchan?

-23.966409489917435, 29.95978475549158 Buchanan is remembered in the land he loved……. “TWO pictures I have always carried to cheer me in dismal places,’ wrote Scottish novelist John Buchan in his autobiography. “One is of a baking noon on the highveld, the sky a merciless blue, the brown earth shimmering in a

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The Long Tom in Haenertsburg.

-23.88511946366433, 29.960033278875848 “Grenfell now got news of the Boer main body on the Haenertsburg mountain, due east of Pietersburg; with them was reported to be a 6-in. gun, rumours of which had long gone about the district He immediately turned in that direction, and passing through Woodbush on the 29th,

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O’Connor Monument

-23.85029006962297, 29.98928182587214 O’Connor, Mr Alexander James (forestry) Born: 22 December 1884, Graaff-Reinet, South Africa. Died: 3 October 1957, Magoebaskloof, Limpopo, South Africa. Alexander James O’Connor received his secondary schooling in Stellenbosch and passed the matriculation examination of the University of the Cape of Good Hope in 1901. He was employed

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