Phalaborwa [referred to as the town with two summers] is situated in the heart of the Valley of the Olifants River, an area rich in wildlife, scenery, mountains, rivers and cultural attractions.
 

Phalaborwa is situated less than 2 km from the Kruger National Park Gate, the world's most famous nature reserve. Daily tours to the Kruger National Park depart from Phalaborwa, and river cruises, micro-light flying and 4x4 game drives in private game reserves are also on offer.

The Modjadji Cycad Reserve, home to Mojadji, the Rain Queen, is in close proximity and so too is Thohoyandou, capitol of the Venda region, the land of the legend with sacred lakes and baobab trees. The picturesque town of Haenertsburg, that was established in 1887 as a gold rush community, lies in the foothills of the majestic Drakensberg.

Other places of interest include Tzaneen, the centre of the Letaba district, also referred to as the winter fruit basket of the Limpopo Province, Magoebaskloof, with it's spectacular scenery of mountains and waterfalls and Pilgrim's Rest, which is home to the living museum that reflects the gold rush of the 1880's.

The discerning traveler can also visit Potgietersrus [Mokopane], named after Piet Potgieter, the voortrekker killed in the siege of the Makapansgat Caves, The African Ivory Route, which has it's origins in the exploits of early ivory hunters, The Timbavati Game Reserve with it's famous white lions and Bourke's Luck Potholes, named after Tom Bourke who discovered gold in the area.

Gods Window, on the edge of the escarpment, offers magnificent views across the Blyde River Canyon, Sabi and Graskop area. Sabi Sand Game Reserve, The Klaserie Game Reserve, The Kapama Cheetah Breeding Project and the Amarula Lapa will provide you with an exceptional travel experience.

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