Magoebaskloof, which lies close to the town of Tzaneen, has high altitudinal ranges from around 1600m’s down to about 850meters above sea-level. This provides for a large diversity of habitats that includes the Woodbush Forest, highland protea veld and grasslands.
The Woodbush Forest patch is the largest remaining mistbelt forest in the country and is home to some of the countries most special birds that includes the Grey-Headed Parrot, Bat Hawk and Black-fronted Bush-Shrike.
Lush tropical vegetation verges numerous rivers and streams of this picturesque landscape that make it an ideal stopover point to the Kruger National Park. There are numerous hidden gems to visit in Magoebaskloof and it is well worth picking up a site guide to show you these areas.