Things to see and do - Polokwane
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Polokwane Travel guide
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The Boer pioneers who came here on the Great Trek had first built Schoemansdal, at the foot of the Soutpansberg. In the 1880s, chased off by Venda warriors, they founded Pietersburg 100km to the south. Its name refers to Pieter Joubert, who won fame during the Anglo-Boer War. As part of the policy of Africanising the names of towns, Pietersburg became Polokwane. Don’t miss the region’s historic site of Eesteling and the African open-air museum of Bakoni Malapa Northern Sotho.
Tourist attractions Polokwane : Things to see and do
R37 ZA - Polokwane
This was one of the first African museum-villages in the country, built by the provincial authorities in the early 1980s, a particularly bold initiative at the time. Ethnologists were brought in to ensure that it was an accurate reflection of the tra..
Mkt. Street ZA - Polokwane
The Pietersburg/Polokwane Museum is located in The Irish House, a striking steepled building whose metallic structure was imported from Germany in 1906. Its galleries recount the history of Africa back to the stone age. The jewellery, musical instrum..
4 Schoeman Street ZA - Polokwane
With luxurious suites and marble bathrooms, Fusion Boutique is the only 5-star hotel Polokwane. Diverse massage treatments are offered, and there is a zen garden with sun loungers. Fusion Boutique Hotel is less than 1 km from Polokwane Golf Club and..
Cnr Jorissen & Dorp Str ZA - Polokwane