Map of Polokwane, Limpopo
Polokwane Map - Polokwane detail and street level map showing the suburbs and landmarks of Polokwane including the location of the the Peter Mokoba Stadium and Polokwane Game Reserve. Few travellers to this part of the world can avoid Polokwane - Passing through is mandatory, before continuing to destinations like the Kruger National Park and the Magoebaskloof. For additional information please visit Polokwane Information.
If you are interested in overnighting in the area, we can recommend some great hotels, guest houses and self catering establishments. Find them at Polokwane Accommodation. If you're only planning on driving through Polokwane, en-route to another destination, you may want to peruse our Polokwane Restaurants before you leave to see if you should plan a stop here for lunch or maybe just a coffee. Also check out Polokwane Things To Do to see if there are any activities for which you would consider stopping.
Featured Attractions in (or near) Polokwane
Regarded as a living museum, the Bakone Malapa Museum near Polokwane is one of several museums and national monuments that bear testimony to South Africa’s peoples. The Bakone Malapa, where tribesmen practise long-standing traditions to enlighten visitors about the traditions of Africa’s people, is one of two ... more information
A basin rich in magnificence and biodiversity, the Makapansgat Valley displays some of the most astounding beauty in Limpopo. Not only is it of interest to paleontologists - numerous caves in the Makapansgat valley hold fossils that date back to 3.3 million years before the present, linking directly to the... more information
High in the Lobedu Mountains near Duiwelskloof and situated next to the home of the fabled rain queen, lies the Modjadji Cycad Reserve, boasting some of the oldest and largest Cycad specimens on earth. The 530 hectare Modjadji Nature Reserve, situated in the Bolobedu district of Lebowa, north-east of... more information
Mokopane is situated just over two hours from Pretoria and little over 40 minutes from Polokwane. The Biodiversity Centre here is committed to breeding, conservation and research with the aim of preserving precious species from all around the world. The facility is also dedicated to education and ... more information
Peter Mokaba Stadium is named after the late Peter Mokaba, a controversial anti-apartheid activist who was born in Polokwane. The Peter Mokaba Stadium is situated in Polokwane (previously known as Pietersburg), the capital of Limpopo, South Africa. The Peter Mokaba Stadium is the first world class football venue ... more information
Bordering the city of Polokwane in Limpopo, the Polokwane Game Reserve is possibly one of the finest on which to cut your teeth if you’re new to the pursuit of game viewing mainly because of its proximity to Johannesburg - it’s roughly three hours’ drive - but also because its size is such that one can view... more information
18 holes, par-72, rating 72, 6 253 metres. The Polokwane Golf Course has bent grass greens, Kikuyu fairways and 14 water hazards. Founded in 1863, the Polokwane Golf Club was virtually a desert. However, as the years progressed, so did the course, and it is now rated one of the best with... more information
Lying just off the R71 outside Haenertsburg where the Drakensberg meets the Strydpoort Mountains, the Wolkberg Wilderness Area is a selected few hikers’ idea of bliss - the tracks through the awe-inspiring 22 000 hectare piece of paradise are pretty indistinct, meaning that a hiker can choose his own strenuous route ... more information
The largest Christian gathering in South Africa happens twice a year at Zion City, Moria near Polokwane at Easter and again for the September festival. The Zion Christian Church’s headquarters are at Zion City Moria (not to be confused with the underground city, mines and connected tunnels that run through the ... more information