Situated at the foot of the imposing Wolkberg Mountains, Tzaneen can boast with a lot more than just being the second largest town in the province of Limpopo.  Fascinating and interesting archaeological sites, mighty baobab trees, wildlife and nature reserves, and a superb range of tourism facilities is within easy reach.  Lying at the bottom of the scenic Magoebaskloof Pass, Tzaneen offers visitors a change of scenery at almost every turn of the road. 

The mountainous landscape, the subtropical climate, the lush indigenous vegetation, alternating with blue gum and pine plantations, the largely unspoilt natural environment, adventure activities and selective accommodation make this picturesque area one of the most attractive recreation and tourist areas in South Africa.

Explore the area

Whether it is adventure or a quiet weekend in the bush, a roaring fireplace or a cozy bed and breakfast, the Tzaneen/Magoebaskloof area will fullfill your every wish.  Tzaneen is situated very centrally and visitors can go to all the various attractions from there. 

Visit the Modjadji Cycad Reserve, the Big Baobab at Sunland or the historic village of Haenertsburg, "foefie slide" over the Letaba Gorge, visit an authentic organic dairy or go mountain biking in the mountains.....

Serious fisherman will be able to throw in their lures to their hears delight and, if it is birding that you enjoy,  the birding routes around Magoebaskloof will entice you to stay longer for a sighting of that rare bird you have been chasing. 

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Greater Tzaneen Tourism Association

The Greater Tzaneen Tourism Association (GTTA) was originally established in 2009. Upon request from the Greater Tzaneen Municipality, the association was revived in July 2013 to represent the interests of the tourism private sector in the municipal area and to act as a forum for discussions between the public and the private sector.  More....