Zwakala River Retreat is situated on a privately owned farm in the beautiful Magoebaskloof Mountains in the Limpopo Province. Our accommodation includes cosy cottages, a guest house and a private camp site located next to a tranquil river in the mountains
Stunning views from this three storey Manor House in the heart of Magoebaskloof. The house, of historic value, was built by Italian Prisoners of World War II and has been lovingly restored in keeping with the architecture and style of the period.
Glenogle Farm is a privately owned estate hidden amongst the pine plantations in the beautiful mountainous area of Magoebaskloof. This picturesque farm boasts horses, a magnificent dam stocked with trout as well as 2 Luxury self catering units.
Discover a magical place where mountain meets river and the spirit of adventure is born. Magoebaskloof Adventure Chalets' wooden chalets are in the indigenous forest on the edge of the Letaba Gorge with stunning views.
The house is scenically placed next to the Haenertsburg Trout Association's trophy dam with great views over the dam and indigenous forest. The house accommodates 6 adults and 2 young children, sharing with their parents in the master bedroom.
Cheerio Trout Fishing & Holiday Resort is situated in the beautiful Cheerio Valley. Sleeps from 28 - 33 guests.
A comfortable easy living home for your pleasure. A place to unwind with a sauna & swim. A place where your spirit is free to drift, and explore the beauty of the surround sounds, in a peaceful garden.
You could book a Forest Lodge cabin, 3 metres up in the canopy of the indigenous forest, surrounded by magnificent trees, animals and birds. Alternatively, soak up the views at the earthy Thora Boloka Cottage, on the mountain's edge overlooking ...
Granny Dot's is set up in a warm and welcoming way, an ideal getaway for leisure travellers and jaded business executives. Within the guest house there's a choice of 4 double rooms and 2 outside rooms. All are...
Magoebaskloof is a region of Limpopo Province of pristine natural beauty. Situated at the foot of the northern tip of the Drakensberg range of mountains, this is a region of mountain peaks, crystal clear waterfalls and silent lakes set amidst beautiful indigenous forests. Here you can be lucky enough to witness the rare Samango Monkey that lives in this habitat. Magoebaskloof is an area where the visitor can see masses of breathtaking indigenous flowers and colourful fungi set in an area of natural forest and man made plantations.
Each September there is the Magoebaskloof Spring Festival where you can visit the local art and craft market with stalls displaying cloths and clothing, linen, pottery and leatherwork as well as wall hangings and hand-woven rugs and carpets. The stalls also display a large selection of home made food produce, including pickles, jams, chutneys and cheeses. A local hiking trail offers the hiker trails of between two and five days with comfortable wooden huts to sleep in. A visit to Magoebaskloof is a visit to fairyland.