Musina, Limpopo Valley - Things to do
OVERVIEW:Musina in the Limpopo Valley is the northernmost town in South Africa. Situated close to the Beit Bridge border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe, it is the main entry point into the country from states north of South Africa.
The town developed around the copper mining industry in the area. Copper was first discovered in prehistoric times by the Musina people who named it "˜musina', meaning "˜spoiler', because they considered it a poor substitute for iron, which is what they were after.
The mineral was later rediscovered and mined by 20th century miners. Today iron, coal, magnetite, graphite, asbestos, diamonds and copper are mined here. With fascinating attractions and many game farms in the area, tourism and hunting play an important role in the economy of the town.
Accommodation near Musina, Limpopo Valley
Mopane Bush Lodge is a tranquil bush retreat with attentive personal service at affordable rates, offering luxury fully catered accommodation in eight secluded twin bedded en-suite thatched chalets, one wheelchair friendly, each within its own kraal incorporating an outdoor shower. Delicious meals simply prepared are served in our spacious dining room, in the boma around a fire under the ...
Copacopa Luxury Lodge and Conference Centre is a comfortable lodging and conference facility at Lambani 15Km from Kruger National Park Punda Maria Gate in Vhembe district of Limpopo. It is an ideal stopover for those travelling to the unspoilt north of Kruger National Park. Accomodation in our 11 one bedroomed chalets and a four bedroomed selfcatering cottage is underpinned by service "Beyond ...
Things to do near Musina, Limpopo Valley
Bandelierkop is a beautiful suburb in Limpopo where you will experience the tranquility of the bushveld. The bushveld is the place to be if you are looking to relax or get in touch with nature. The Ben Lavin Nature Reserve is a place to start your admiration for the bushveld where you can experience hiking trails, day and night drives. ...
Musina in the Limpopo Valley is the northernmost town in South Africa. Situated close to the Beit Bridge border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe, it is the main entry point into the country from states north of South Africa. The town developed around the copper mining industry in the area. Copper was first discovered in prehistoric times by the Musina people who named it "˜musina', ...
Thohoyandou is the administrative and legislative centre for the Venda region in the Limpopo Province of South Africa.Thohoyandou is the former capital of the independent homeland of the Venda people. Its name means "head of the elephant" in Venda. The town is the commercial, administrative and legislative centre for the district. It is a bustling centre of commerce, well served with shopping complexes, ...
Four Corner Tours-Holding the globe in its hands When it comes to travel agents from South Africa to all the four corners of the world, it is the Four Corner Tours that bridges the gaps that stands between Mzansi and the rest of the world. With an undisputable reputation of excellence and prestige within the Travel and Tourism industry, this agency is the result of many years (over 30 to be precise), ...
"Tshipise" means "something warm", and the famous Tshipise koppie towers protectively over the Resort. Giant baobabs dot the landscape and the Resort's self-catering rondavels and comfortable caravan park are barely visible among the mopani, red bushwillow and jakkalsbessie trees. ...
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 30° 2' 31" E / 22° 20' 38.3" S
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Directions to Musina Tourism in Musina, Limpopo Valley
|Departing: O.R. Tambo International Airport|
|Address: O R Thambo Airport Road, OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), Kempton Park 1627, South Africa|
|Distance: 61 m / Duration: 5 hours 8 mins|
|1.||Head northwest||0.5 km|
|2.||Slight left onto the R21 N ramp to City Center/Kempton Park/Pretoria||0.4 km|
|3.||Merge onto R21||36.3 km|
|4.||Take exit 134 for N1 N toward Polokwane||1.6 km|
|5.||Merge onto N1|
Partial toll road
|6.||Turn left to stay on N1|
Partial toll road
|7.||Continue onto R101||2.7 km|
|8.||At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Grobler St/R101|
Continue to follow Grobler St
|9.||Turn left onto Mark St||1.3 km|
|10.||Slight right onto Landdros Mare St||8.6 km|
|11.||Continue onto Louis Trichardt||1.5 km|
|12.||Continue onto N1|
Go through 1 roundabout
|13.||Turn right onto Limpopo Ave||32 m|
|14.||Take the 1st right onto Casper Ave|
Destination will be on the left
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