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Magoebaskloof Tourism

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Haenertsburg and Magoebaskloof offers an interesting selection of shops and restaurants - something for everyone!

Restaurants  |  Shopping  |  Gardens & Nurseries

Restaurants

Lekwar Restaurant  082 074 2381 - R71 Haenertsburg
Breakfast lunch and dinner. Outside dining area overlooking the vlei. Selective wine list.

Minki's Coffee Shop - 015 276 4781 Rissik Street Haenertsburg
A delicious experience - life is too short not to drink good coffee. Offers home-made cakes and muffins and all kinds of really yummy goodies. Fresh home-made bread and pastries daily.


The Iron Crown Pub and Grill - 015 276 4755 - Rissik Street, Haenertsburg
Here you will find the best steaks this side of the equator with a buzzing local clientele, ready to tell you a story. They have five big screens so on sporting days you best be early or there will be only elbow room left!


The Red Plate - 083 305 2851 - Rissik Street, Haenertsburg
Enjoy their wide sunny deck where you can relax under the Elms with a nice cold glass of wine or a cup of coffee. They serve light meals, breakfast and dinner in front of the fireplace.

The Village Kitchen   - 079 525 7849 The Pennefather Complex Rissik Street, Haenertsburg
Breakfast and light lunches daily. Condensed milk coffee and boerebeskuit. Join us for something new!

Glenshiel Hotel - 015 276 4335 - R71 Haenertsburg
By appointment only. Delightful dinners and pasta evenings every Thursdays. (If you forgot to book for the paste evening - don't stress, come anyway!) The tea garden will spoil you with tea and cakes. The Pub is warm and cosy and open every evening. Breakfasts by appointment.


Pot 'n Plow Pub and Grill - 082 691 5790 - R71, Magoebaskloof
About 8 km from the village on the R71. They have the best Pizza's in Limpopo and offers a delightful Sunday Buffet. Enjoy the garden on sunny days.

Magoebaskloof Hotel - 015 276 5400 - R71, Magoebaskloof
The Coffee Bean Café serves light lunches and cakes.. Enjoy a special cup of coffee on the verandah overlooking the Magoebaskloof valley.  The Tlou Restaurant is well-known for their expansive menu and wine list.


Sandford Heights Nursery and Tea garden - 082 808 2450 - R71 Magoebaskloof
Nursery and tea garden. A delicious breakfast spread with good company awaits you at this friendly tea garden. Here you will find the best waffles and light lunches are served in the garden. Open daily, except Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Kuhestan Persian Meals - 082 903 7593 - Road J22, Magoebaskloof
Persian lunches for groups of 10 - 25 people. Persian cook-out weekends. Learn to cook like a Persian while you enjoy the hospitality of this unique organic farm. Please book two days in advance. www.kuhestan.co.za

Wegraakbosch Organic Dairy - 082 853 8754 | 071 687 5218 - Road M1, Cheerio Valley, Magoebaskloof
Cheese platters during lunchtime on the farm. Please book in advance.

Magoebaskloof Ruskamp - 015 305 4142 - R71 Magoebaskloof
A 'la Carte restaurant open daily


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Shopping

Art & Craft Supplies, Gifts and sales

 Allen Adams Distributors - 015 276 4781 | 083 307 1562 - Rissik Street, Haenertsburg
“The Art Shop”  art and craft supplies. Online art and craft supplies.  www.allenadamsart.co.za

Earth Creations - 083 259 8427 - 6 Kerk Street, Haenertsburg
Pottery and ceramics studio and showroom.  www.earthcreations.co.za


Gift shops

The Pennefather Complex   015 276 4885 | 079 525 7849 - Rissik Street. Haenertsburg
Two shops - Antiques, collectibles, gifts and unusual 2nd hand book shop -  www.pennefather.co.za

 The Elms Gift Shop  & Boutique  015 276 4726 | Greenwoods, Rissik Street, Haenertsburg
Gifts, jewellery, clothing and all kids of unusual and interesting goodies

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Groceries, Hardware, Liquor and Fishing Tackle

Overland Haenertsburg - 015 276 4765  | 082 893 0765 - Rissik Street, Haenertsburg
Good selection of spirtis, cold drinks and an extensive wine-cellar    

T-Mart Supermarket & Take-aways - 015 276 5091 | 082 410 2730 - R71 Haenertsburg
Groceries, vegetables and hardware.

Tanktrap FoodZone -  015 276 4768 Cnr Rissik and Rush Street, Haenertsburg
Groceries, fresh bread daily, hardware, very good meat counter

The Full Moon +27 (0)82 809 2743 - Rush Street Haenertsburg (next to FoodZone)
Fly fishing tackle, fishing tackle, Fly fishing gear, outdoor gear, fresh flowers. Rod hire, V-boat hire, casting lessons


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Gardens & Nurseries

Cheerio Gardens  -  083 355 0835Road L4.1, Cheerio Valley Magoebaskloof
Walk the moss-covered paths of these world famous gardens.Wedding and conference centre.

Kuhestan Organic Farm - 082 903 7593 - Road J 22, Houtbosdrop Road, Magoebaskloof
Organic Avocado and Raspberry Farm. Beautiful sweeping gardens overlooking indigenous forests.  Raspberry plants for sale.          www.kuhestan.co.za.

Heila’s Garden Services and Landscaping - 082 666 0618 Behind Greenwoods, Rissik Street Haenertsburg
Garden design and maintenance, seedlings, plants, compost, instant lawn water features and firewood.


Sandford Heights Nursery - 083 636 6026R71 Magoebaskloof
Well-stocked nursery offers wide selection of azaleas, camelias & unusual plants suited to colder climates. Tea garden open daily.

Sequoia Gardens & Nursery  - 083 659 1227 - Road L6, Cheerio Valley, Magoebaskloof
6ha of formal and wild gardens and arboretum. Garden design. http://sequoiagardens.wordpress.com    jackholloway3@gmail.com    

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Activities
Adventure Activities
Birding
Hiking | Walking Trails / Picnics
Mountain Biking
Fishing
What to do in the Village

See our Map of the Village

  • Browse for something special in our interesting gift and antique shops.
  • Visit one of our restaurants or coffee shops.
  • Walk the grasslands - the Louis Chanquion trail starts in the village.
  • Visit the War memorial in the market square and the Museum in the Pennefather complex.
What to do in the Area
  • Fish the tranquil waters of Dap Naude Dam or various private waters through HTA
  • Drive through Woodbush forest, the second largest indigenous forest in the country (high clearance vehicle required)
  • Picnic at Debengeni falls
  • Hike and overnight on the Magoebaskloof Hiking trail or in the Wolkberg Wilderness area
  • Visit two historical sites where the famous Boer Long Toms were destroyed
  • Hike a short route from various establishments through indigenous forest and plantations
  • Slide through the Letaba Gorge on the Magoebaskloof Canopy Tour 
  • Abseil into or tube through the Letaba Gorge
  • Experience the scenic country side on a mountain bike or horse
  • See the Black-fronted Bush Shrike and the Blue Swallow (endemic to our area) and many others with a professional bird guide
  • Buy plants from a nursery and enjoy a cup of  tea
  • Stroll through the beautiful gardens of the Cheerio Valley
  • Take a farm tour and buy fresh produce
  • Cruise on the Ebenezer
What to do in the District
  • Visit the home of the Rain Queen Modjadji and the pre-historic Cycad forest
  • Picnic in New Agatha State Forest
  • Have tea at Kings Walden Garden Manor
  • Visit the giant baobab near Modjadjiskloof
  • Play golf at Tzaneen Country club
  • Pamper yourself at the spa at Coach House or Tzaneen Country Lodge