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About The Town of Phalaborwa

The Town of Two Summers

Welcome to the small mining town called Phalaborwa. Home to the Phalaborwa Gate, and entry point for thousands of annual visitors into the Kruger National Game Reserve, Phalaborwa offers a prime location to set off on your safari experience into the Kruger Park. 

Also known as “The Town Of Two Summers” due to the climate the town boasts a variety of tourist attractions. 

The area itself is rich in minerals and therefore a prime location which hosts the worlds largest open pit mine. 

Our Location

Ba-Phalaborwa is situated in the Limpopo Province along the western border of the Kruger National Game Reserve in the Lowveld. 

There is plenty to see and do in the area with Phalaborwa Airport offering flights to and from Johannesburg International Airport. 

For more about the town, what to see, do and where to stay be sure to take a look at our directory and various guides for Phalaborwa and the surrounding areas.

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May 23
Phalaborwa To Johannesburg

Travelling From Phalaborwa To Johannesburg Phalaborwa is located in the Mopani District of the Limpopo Province of South Africa and it is located at a distance of 400 km from Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. You can reach the largest city of South Africa from Phalaborwa either by driving for about 6 hours […]

May 23
Jobs In Phalaborwa

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May 23
Property In Phalaborwa

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