Magoebaskloof Hotel

Magoebaskloof Pass A4, Magoebaskloof, Limpopo Province, 0731, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Magoebaskloof

Magoebaskloof three-day hike

A travel blog entry by gunduana


... three days, the hill-side of this region taught me to be careful with overestimating our capabilities and the time it can take you to make a couple of meters uphill. Especially when carrying close to a third of yourself on your back while attempting this.
Day one had us starting our 18 km in foggy-rainy weather (alas, the weather forecast had lied with its beautiful 29C announcement!) and arriving in the dark at our first wood hut shelter. ...

An Unexpected Treat

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures


27-28th July – Monate Game Lodge

Once again, Louis was an angel and had planned to pick us up from the bus stop on the Friday evening. Unbeknown to Louis, he was kept at work unbelievably late so enrolled Sias, his friend we had met when initially arriving in South Africa, to pick us up. Luckily Sias was available and picked us up from the station and took us back to Louis' house for us all wait for him to arrive home with KFC.

The ...

Onward and upward

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup


... countries of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland, as well as its convenient distance from the Kruger National Park and Magoebaskloof makes it a perfect gateway and good destination in itself. We set up our tents on the lush green grass of our campsite located outside of the city and enjoyed dinner around the camp fire followed by drinks in the resort-style bar. This location has hot showers, power and a pool. Each one of ...

South Africa

A travel blog entry by alyhorner


... black people live on a different side of the country which just so happens to be the poorer side have less money and have to have larger families to work more for money. The same thing is in housing. The whites tend to have biger, more epencive houses with electicity and running water while the blacks houses arn't nearly as ...


A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank

... of the truck, a heartfelt goodbye to Emma and Alfred and we checked in. I enjoyed the comfort of a warm shower (or any shower) for the first time in a few days. With Andrew (other Andrew, I had been named 'Junior' since our stay in the Okavango) fastidiously continuing his training regime and heading off for a run, Stacey and I took a stroll to get a lay of the land (and hopefully find me a hat - time ...

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