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Things to See & Do

Tzaneen CBD:
The Tzaneen CBD offers a wide variety of shops, pharmacies, doctors, dentists, souvenir shops and many more. Tzaneen also offers a private and provincial hospital within driving distance from Christies Inn Tzaneen Accommodation. The new Lifestyle Shopping Centre offers a selection of restaurants, souvenir shops, grocery stores and many more.

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Debengeni Waterfalls:
Situated near the dense forests of the Magoebaskloof Mountain Range, the roaring Debengeni Falls is a magical spot for picnicking or swimming in the crystal pool. Named for the deeply carved pool, Debengi means ‘place of the big pot'. Right in the middle of hiking country, it’s also renowned for some rare species of birds. One of these is the colourful Grey Wagtail, a regular summer visitor to this pool. An endemic bird that will get twitchers excited is the Bush Strike – only found here and in the Woodbush Forest nearby.

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Modjadji Cycad Forest:
High in the Lobedu Mountains near Duiwelskloof, and situated next to the home of the fabled rain queen, lies the Modjadji Cycad Reserve, boasting some of the oldest and largest Cycad specimens on earth. The 530 hectare Modjadji Nature Reserve, situated in the Bolobedu district of Lebowa, north-east of Duiwelskloof, contains one of the most fascinating population of plants seen in South Africa and is a must see when staying at our Accommodation in Tzaneen

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Agatha Crocodile Ranch:
Agatha Crocodile Ranch offers adventurous daily tours through the ranch, an opportunity to touch a baby crocodile and also to feed the bigger crocodiles, a curio shop and a local art gallery. The Ranch was set off by Milan and Blanka Darazs in 1978. It all happened when Blanka gave her husband two baby crocodiles as a present. Today, Agatha Crocodile Ranch is a complete crocodile farm that offers tours to visitors all over the world.

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Haenertsburg Village:
Haenertsburg is a village situated on the edge of the Great Escarpment in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, on the R71 road between Polokwane (formerly Pietersburg) and Tzaneen, en-route to the Kruger National Park.

Farming and tourism are the main economic activities on "The Mountain" as it is fondly called by the locals; Haenertsburg is in hilly terrain. The Iron Crown mountain is the highest point in Limpopo and is a well-known landmark.

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Biggest Baobab Tree in the World - Sunland:
The Sunland ‘Big Baobab’ is in Modjadjiskloof in the breathtaking Limpopo Province of South Africa. It is famous internationally for being the widest of its species in the world. Africa is symbolized by these magnificent trees. The Sunland Big Baobab is carbon dated to be around 6000 years old. The Sunland Baobab has even made the front page of the Wall Street Journal!

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Magoebaskloof Canopy Tours:
The Magoebaskloof Canopy Tour will take you on a journey into a previously inaccessible realm of nature, as you traverse the upper level of indigenous forest and ancient mountain cliffs, overlooking the spectacular Groot Letaba River gorge. The tour includes awe-inspiring slides and platform viewpoints over three giant waterfalls, each tumbling up to 20 metres into the sparkling river below. Relax and absorb the tranquillity of your natural surroundings on each platform as trained guides detail interesting facts about the fauna, flora and ecology of the surrounding environment.

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Kaross Workers Studio:
Just outside the little town of Letsitele is the workshop of one of the most impressive craft projects in Limpopo. Hundreds of local ‘Karosswerkers’ embroider intricate and unusual designs inspired by their lives and environment. These eye-catching ethnic creations take the form of useful mats, cushion covers, bags, clothing jewellery and artworks.

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Echo Caves:
This underground wonderland was stumbled upon in 1923 by the owner of the farm called Klipfonteinhoek when he was searching for a source of water. Great was his surprise when he realised that some of his cattle had already mysteriously disappeared into the cave.

After exploring the cave it was soon realised that this dark underworld carried with it the most beautiful gems of nature. After the completion of the Abel Erasmus Pass and the Strijdom Tunnel in 1959 the cave was opened as a tourist attraction. Later the cave was declared a National Monument.

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Polokwane City:
Polokwane, meaning "Place of Safety", is a city in the Polokwane Local Municipality and the capital of the Limpopo Province, South Africa. It is also often referred to by its former official name, Pietersburg. Polokwane is a major urban centre, the biggest and most important north of Gauteng. Polokwane was one of the host cities of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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En-Route to Kruger National Park and Mozambique:
Christies Inn is situated approximately 160km from the world-renowned Kruger National Park and approximately 450km from Maputo, Mozambique. We are ideally situated for guests to enjoy a peaceful stay or sleepover in the beautiful town of Tzaneen while travelling to the Kruger National Park or Mozambique.

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