Duplex self catering unit with
oregon floors and wooden decks on both levels.
Fireplace and flat screen tv, dvd and dstv satellite connection just
bring your decoder and card and connect.
Two bedrooms sleeping 4 sharing in queen and double beds.
Sleeper couch in lounge.
Quiet setting and stunning view.
In walking distance to all shops and restaurants.
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 and Tzaneen en route to
the Kruger National Park.
Farming and tourism are the main economic activities Haenertsburg is
in hilly terrain. The Iron Crown mountain is the highest point in
Limpopo and is a well-known landmark.
Frequent mists and relatively high rainfall have created a lush
vegetation with afromontane forest patches occupying the kloofs
(gullies) which dot the rolling grasslands and surrounding
mountains. Unfortunately, large areas of rare, and botanically very
diverse, grassland (Woodbush Granite Grassland) have been planted to
The scenic beauty of the Haenertsburg area attracts many tourists.
It is a favoured spot for cycling, biking and fishing. Sailing and
other watersport take place on nearby Ebenezer Dam.
Magoebaskloof pass, leads one down from the Highveld of the
Haenertsburg area to the Lowveld adjoining the Kruger National Park,
falling approximately 600m in altitude in less than 7 km travelled.
Haenertsburg is also famous for the annual Spring Fair where various
crafts and flower displays are exhibited. July sees the advent of
the Holistic Fair which displays the diverse creative talents of the