Cheerio Trout Fishing Lodge, Magoebaskloof


    Cheerio Trout Fishing Lodge, Magoebaskloof


Cheerio Trout Fishing Lodge

Cheerio Trout Fishing Lodge Magoebaskloof


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Situated in beautiful gardens in the mountains, forests and streams of Magoebaskloof are self-catering chalets and B and B rondavels. Trout fishing in 3 dams or in rivers by arrangement. Ideal stopover to Kruger Park. Home of annual azelea and cherry blosson Spring Fare. Adventure sports available at our campsites in Georges Valley.



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Contact Person:
Tel: +27 (0) 15 276-1804
Fax: +27 (0) 15 276-1117
Mobile: 082 374 2818

Property Amenities

Enjoy the serenity of the mountains from your private accommodation nestled amongst beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers. Awake to the songs of birds and listen to the forest owls as you retire for the night.

On a still day, you will hear the call of the fish eagles nesting at Stanford Lake. If you are up early, you may just see a bush buck or duiker in the forest and some guests have been fortunate to see the otters catching their morning breakfast in the dam.

Accommodation is provided via 2, 4 and 6 sleeper, fully equipped self catering cottages. The self catering chalets have fireplaces. There are also 3 two bed B&B rondavels. The property has a swimming pool and tennis court and beautiful gardens.

Area Attractions

Tzaneen
The name Tzaneen originated from the word Tsaneng. Oral and written evidence indicate that the area around Piesangkop, Mayland, Hansfontein, and south of Westfalia (Krabbefontein) had been known as Tsaneng since early times, long before any white settlers came to the district. The closest meaning of the name Tsaneng is ?come together? or ?the place where people gather?. To early German cartographers the sound ts as in Tsaneng, became tz as in Tzaneen.

Tzaneen is the second lagest town in the Northern Province and is situated in the foo hills of the impressive Wolkberg (Cloud Mountain), the mountain reaches of the Drakensberg Mountain range. The town is the commercial center for the district with 80 000 people residing in this area of jurisdiction and 650 000 people residing in a 30km radius.

Tzaneen is the ideal centre from which to explore the region. Within easy reach, the visitor can find archeological sites, the biggest Boabab tree, wildlife and nature reserves and full range of quality tourism facilities and services, catering for all needs and interests of the visitor. Its unique natural scenery provides the most beautiful background for all the recreational and the tourism products and services in the country. Tzaneen is also a birders paradise!

Duiwelskloof
Another picturesque village, Duwelskloof lies in a valley with panoramic vistas on the surrounding Wolkberg Mountains. Following rain, the view, the view is crisp and clear but misty days soften the view to a mysterious wonderland of mountains and wilderness.

From Duiwelskloof, the visitor is within easy reach of Mooketsi valley (largest tomato production area in the country), the Modjadj Nature Reserve (Containing the largest natural concentration of a single cycad species in the world- Encephalartos transvenosus), the largest Boabab tree in the world (with a pub inside the tree) and the Duiwelskloof Waterfall and picnic site.

Magoebaskloof
This steep, winding, deeply forested pass on the R71 between Pietersburg and Tzaneen was named after Makgoba, Chief of the Tlou tribe who repeatedly attacked the early white settlers in the area, found refuge in the dense forest valleys of what is now known as Magoebaskloof. He was finally tracked down and beheaded in 1895 by a Swazi impi under the control of Abel Erasmus.

George?s Valley
Named after George Denys, a relative of Doel Zeederberg, who was captured by the British on 8 April 1902 during the Anglo Boer war. He later returned as a road builder and his obvious care in the alignment and landscaping of the R528 ? known today as George?s Valley Road ? sets the scene for a beautiful drive through the mountains. The Letaba River flows down the valley and is the main source of water in the Tzaneen Dam.



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