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Best things to do in Phalaborwa

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“A very good service, reasonable rates. Would advise to pre-book as far in advance as possible as this is a high demand outlet due to the location of Kruger National Park.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“This is the largest national park in South Africa, the size of Wales in the UK or Israel in the middle east! The home of the Big 5, South Africa. There are many camps to choose to stay at through the San Parks website for Kruger. Very family friendly, choices of camping, chalets, or private lodges. There really is something for everyone. The Big 5 roam free in this vast park. A must visit for anyone coming to South Africa, and a bucket list for safari.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Het er gezellig en ongedwongen is. Je kan formeel, aan de bar in de tuin, of aan de rand van het zwembad vertoeven, voor een maaltijd of een drankje. Prima kaart, bediening en entourage. ”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
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1 local recommends
Point of Interest
3 locals recommend
Lodging
“Escursioni in barca (ma su richiesta anche a piedi, scortati da ranger qualificati) lungo il fiume Olifants, nel Greater Kruger NP. Ottime possibilità di osservare coccodrilli, ippopotami, elefanti, bufali, zebre, giraffe, diverse specie di antilopi. Per non parlare degli uccelli, con diverse specie di airone, martin pescatore e la splendida aquila pescatrice africana”
2 locals recommend
Lodging
“In assoluto il migliore ristorante di Phalaborwa. Ottimo setting, molto romantico, con un buon servizio. ”
3 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great food in a relaxing atmosphere, wether it be breakfast, Lunch or Dinner.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Food
“A visit to the Amarula Lapa shows the magic of turning Marula fruit into Amarula Cream. Enjoy a glass of Amarula Cream on crushed ice, whilst listening to the stories and folklore surrounding the Marula tree. In February and March, during the harvesting season, a visit to the production plant is included. Light meals and Amarula cocktails are available from the restaurant. ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Good choice, great value, children play area. A good family restaurant within the budget spend. Nice and central in Phalaborwa main shopping mall, Eden Square, with parking right outside.”
1 local recommends
Food
1 local recommends