The Magoebaskloof area is situated on the northern slopes of the Wolkberg which forms part of the Northern Drakensberg with various unique Magoebaskloof Accommodation offered.
The green lush environment and craggy mountains offers visitors an extra-ordinary selection of activities, events and Magoebaskloof accommodation. Haenertsburg Village is situated adjacent to the critically endangered Wolkberg granite grasslands which was declared a Nature Reserve in 2015.
This scenic authentic village is the self-declared capital of Magoebaskloof and offers a unique experience to visitors either on the way to the Kruger National Park or as a destination. Situated approximately 3,5 hours from Gauteng on the R71 towards the Phalaborwa Gate of Kruger National Park, and only 1,5 hours from KNP it has become a destination of choice for adventure seekers, families and sport enthusiasts. However, if you are just looking for a place to unwind and recharge you need to look no further. Time moves quietly and slowly in Haenertsburg.
There are four festivals in Haenertsburg and Magoebaskloof that are "must-do" events on everybody's calendar. Boasting at least four to five well marked mountain biking trails, birding routes, hiking trails and adventure activities this area is one of the hot spots in Limpopo.
Accommodation in Haenertsburg Village and Magoebaskloof Accommodation is varied and offers visitors a good selection between cozy Magoebaskloof Bed and Breakfast, Magoebaskloof Camping and Magoebaskloof Self-Catering Accommodation.