The capital of Limpopo, Polokwane is South Africa’s largest city north of Gauteng. Home to the 3,200 hectare Polokwane Nature Reserve – one of South Africa’s largest municipal reserves - it’s a haven for animal lovers where you can take one of many walks and hikes to see the healthy rhino and bird population. You can also visit Wild Thingz, a small animal park that features exotic birds and reptiles.


If its history you're after you should definitely visit some of the museums in the city. Pop in to the Polokwane Museum to learn about the area’s past and view some ancient Stone Age artefacts. The nearby Hugh Exton Photographic Museum features many historical photographs of the area dating as far back as 1892. Bakone Malapa is a living museum where tourists can watch and learn from the native Bakone tribe who live in accurately styled homesteads and practice and explain their traditional activities including maize grinding, fire making, beadwork and pottery. You can also purchase examples of these crafts from the craft shop on site.

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Flora Park (Polokwane)
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Surprise
It's very good
Lazarus Mahlaela
South Africa



polokwane town
Polokwane is a beautiful town, variety of shops to choose from, I stopped at the N1 to get something to eat and the employees were very happy and they greet you with a smile.
Bernice Van Den Aardweg
South Africa



Stunning
Peaceful and clean town....loved it
Sillecia Letebele
South Africa

Dalmada
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

well located
Close to the city centre, the roads have been improved so it is a lot easier to drive. Lodges are not far from the main road. The place is quiet and peace full
Naomi Mogale
South Africa



Excellent
It was perfect, I really loved it.
mamsie masango
South Africa

Fauna Park
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

My stay in Fauna Park
Great suburb!
Sikhumbuzo Sibanda
South Africa

Flora Park (Polokwane)
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Feedback
Close to sporting facilities
Wicus Opperman
South Africa

Dalmada
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Halfway area between Polokwane and Mankweng
No good visual advertisement of Lodges in Dalmada The Excel Garage we were directed with to mark our destiny was not visual at night because the lights were off we only saw it in the morning.
Marina Tsiane
South Africa



Polokwane
Ek was aangenaam verras met die vriendelike mense van Polokwane. Veral die petroljoggies by Ranch Star stop en die kelners by Maxi's by Ranch Star stop. Kos was heerlik. Skoon dorp, pragtige stadion. Ons het op 'n wildsplaas gebly en dit was wonderlik. Nog iets wat opvallend was is hoe al die mense daar hul bes probeer om jou in jou eie taal te bedien.
Helen van Wyk
South Africa

Ivy Park
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Wonderful
A beautiful house, very clean, nice decoration, great views, we love our stay and Sasha and Martin's are very friendly. Undoubtedly recommended!
Emmanuelle
South Africa



Friendly town
Friendly people. Lovely weather. Casino for the gamblers. Wildlife reserve for animal lovers. Snake and reptile park. Ten pin bowling and lots more to do.
RINA PIETERSE
South Africa

Capricorn(suburb)
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Easy to locate
An enjoyable experience, easy to find and close to shops in Polokwane.
Fatima Peters
South Africa



Nice City
There is lots of malls and fastfood outlets. Roads are clearly marked although some roads in the city needs to be repaired because of potholls.
Stephen Kotze
South Africa



PLACE TO BE
It's the place to be...with all the sites of attractions and with a airport that is upgraded.
PETER MUDIMELI
South Africa

Capricorn(suburb)
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Capricorn Suburb
Very peaceful. Close to all highways leading to Louis Trichardt, Tzaneen, Kruger National Park.
Rob Ellis
South Africa

Ivy Park
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Ivy Park
Ivypark in Polokwane is one of the oldest suburbs in Polokwane (formerly known as Pietersburg). At first it was smallholdings but in the seventies it was developed into a suburb. I am a resident since 1986 and love living here. Many residents have been here for years. Lately people of all different nationalities live here. We look out for each other and are like one big family. If you go on holiday you just inform your neighbours and you can rest assured that they will be on the lookout for you. Because of that the crime rate is very low. Ivypark has a primary school and a small shopping...
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Ina Bushby
South Africa



My Polokwane
Nightlife: Coffi-Savannah Mall; Raging Bull - Bicard Street; Cappelos-Thornhill Mall, Jembe-Meropa casino. Malls: Savannah, Mall of the North, Northen Mall. Eateries: Maxis, Wimpy, Spur's, etc. Wild game: Pitersburg game Reserve, Tiveka Game Lodge, Landmark The Ranch, Lion conservation, Snake Park. Gambling: Meropa Casino. Golf: Landmark-The Ranch, Pietersburg Golf Club. Airports: Gateway International Airport. Fruits: Plenty Plenty.Landmarks: Peter Mokaba Stadium, Museums, Cultural Villages.
Paul Mpe



Polokwane rocks
I enjoyed the place, the people are warm and welcoming and mostly respectful.
Mahlodi Monyela
South Africa

Capricorn(suburb)
Suburb of Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Busy and quite noisy
Busy and quite noisy during peak times. Central to Savannah Mall.
Renee Campbell-Brown
South Africa