Polokwane Adventures

Abseiling
Aerial Cable Trail
Canopy Tours
Horse Riding
Kloofing
Teambuilding
Tubing
Zip Line

Polokwane  Adventures and Things To Do.

Roughly halfway between Gauteng (300 km) and the border at Beit Bridge (200 km) on the N1 highway, the great north road to Zimbabwe, you’ll find the capital of Limpopo, the city of Polokwane. 

The city was founded in the 1880’s gold rush. Originally named Pietersburg, the city was renamed Polokwane – meaning ‘place of safety’ in Northern Sotho.

Just 10 minutes from the bustling metropolis you’ll find the Polokwane Game Reserve, home to 52 game…

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Adventures in Polokwane
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Polokwane  Adventures and Things To Do.

Roughly halfway between Gauteng (300 km) and the border at Beit Bridge (200 km) on the N1 highway, the great north road to Zimbabwe, you’ll find the capital of Limpopo, the city of Polokwane. 

The city was founded in the 1880’s gold rush. Originally named Pietersburg, the city was renamed Polokwane – meaning ‘place of safety’ in Northern Sotho.

Just 10 minutes from the bustling metropolis you’ll find the Polokwane Game Reserve, home to 52 game species including the endangered white rhino.

Polokwane is centrally located with easy access from Johannesburg and Pretoria and only short drives to many adventure destinations in Limpopo. To the west, towards Tzaneen, the mountain scenery of Magoebaskloof beckons hikers, climbers and bikers.

Slighly further afield, the game viewing in the Kruger National Park draws 4x4 enthusiasts and nature lovers.

To the north, Mapungubwe National Park draws visitors in search of South Africa’s rich heritage and in the west, Marakele National Park offers game viewing in the Waterberg Mountains. 

With so many adventure opportunities, Polokwane lives up to its name as the gateway to Africa!

Activity List

Polokwane Adventures

Abseiling

Polokwane is centrally located in the Limpopo Province with easy access to the mountain scenery of Magoebaskloof. Here you can go Abseiling in the amazing George’s Valley gorge into the Great Letaba River that winds its way to the Tzaneen Dam. After descending 30 meters down a smooth rock face you...

Canopy Tours

Are you ready to experience the thrill of sliding through the forest on a Tarzan and Jane style adventure? Strap in and slide your way between the platforms overlooking the Great Letaba River in the beautiful Magoebaskloof near Polokwane. Professional guides will ensure that you can concentrate on enjoying...

Kloofing

Kloofing in Magoebaskloof near Polokwane is a great adventure activity. Swim, float and bum-slide your way down a river and abseil alongside a waterfall where you can jump into beautiful pools. It’s not for the faint-hearted but it’s an amazing day out!

Teambuilding

Conviniently located north of Johannesburg on the N1 highway, the great north road to Zimbabwe,  Polokwane in Limpopo Province is the gateway of Africa. You can find an adventure in Polokwane that is great for the entire family, outdoor lovers, thrill seekers and last but not least for corporate...

Tubing

Tubing in Polokwane, South Africa should be on your list of 'What To Do' this weekend! On a Tubing or geckoing Adventure you will ride inflatable tubes down a river. Sounds fun? It is! Why not take a short drive from Polokwane in the Limpopo province to the beautiful mountainous area...

Zip Line

Zip Line in Polokwane, South Africa. Polokwane buzzes like a beehive in the predominantly rural province of Limpopo. The city is remarkably upbeat, with great restaurants, African jazz venues, and a vibrant cultural fusion. Its proximity to the wilderness is, however, its big drawcard and it’s...