Wakkerstroom, Grass Wetlands - Things to do
OVERVIEW:Wakkerstroom is a wonderful place to stopover en route to or from the Drakensberg, Kruger Park, various Kwa-Zulu Natal National Parks and the Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal coast, as well as being the perfect destination to rest, relax and soothe your soul.
With the main industry in Wakkerstroom being focused around tourism, the village has over 40 accommodation establishments which range from a fully serviced small country hotel to guest houses, bed & breakfasts, self catering cottages and a caravan and camping site, so there is something to suit every need and budget.
Wakkerstroom, like most of South Africa, is a colourful society, with people from all over South Africa as well as around the world choosing to make this their home.
There is so much local talent, from artists, a Zulu dancing group, a Schatamiya singing group, decoupage, bead work and so much more.
Things to do near Wakkerstroom, Grass Wetlands
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Wakkerstroom is a wonderful place to stopover en route to or from the Drakensberg, Kruger Park, various Kwa-Zulu Natal National Parks and the Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal coast, as well as being the perfect destination to rest, relax and soothe your soul. With the main industry in Wakkerstroom being focused around tourism, the village has over 40 accommodation establishments which range from a fully ...
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 30° 7' 60" E / 27° 21' 0" S
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Directions to Wakkerstroom Tourism in Wakkerstroom, Grass Wetlands
|Departing: O.R. Tambo International Airport|
|Address: O R Thambo Airport Road, OR Tambo International Airport (JNB), Kempton Park 1627, South Africa|
|Distance: 94 m / Duration: 3 hours 14 mins|
|1.||Head northwest||0.5 km|
|2.||Take exit 46 on the right to merge onto R24 toward Johannesburg||8.4 km|
|3.||Take the exit onto N12/R24||1.7 km|
|4.||Take exit 113 for N3 S/N12 toward M2/Kimberley/Germiston/Durban||1.2 km|
|5.||Merge onto N12/N3||7.3 km|
|6.||Keep left to continue on N3, follow signs for Heidelberg/Durban/N17/Springs||46.6 km|
|7.||Take exit 59 for R23 toward Heidelberg S/Standerton||0.7 km|
|8.||Turn left onto R23||98.5 km|
|9.||Turn right onto Walter Sisulu Dr||0.7 km|
|10.||Turn left onto Handel St/R23/R546|
Continue to follow R23
|11.||Turn left onto Vleis St||0.5 km|
|12.||Continue onto De Kock St||3.8 km|
|13.||Continue onto R543||23.2 km|
|14.||Turn left onto Badenhorst||0.5 km|
|15.||Turn left onto Vlei||94 m|
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OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg is the busiest airport in South Africa and Africa, with about 17 million passengers coming through every year. Johannesburg International as it was known previously, was renamed in 2006 to honour the memory of Oliver Reginald Tambo, contributor to the liberation of South Africa.
OR Tambo International Airport is 20-minutes away from the eastern suburbs of Johannesburg and 45 minutes from Sandton unless you take the gautrain which takes only 15 minutes to get to Sandton.
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