On the border between Gauteng and Mpumalanga is a quaint farming town, Bronkhorstspruit.
It is situates only 50 kilometres from Pretoria en route to Witbank. The town initially developed as a railway station and it s historically known as the town where the first and serious Boer Wars began.
In Bronkhorstspruit, you can enjoy visiting the Cultura Park, a suburb in the town which hosts the largest Buddhist Temple in the Southern Hemisphere as well as Nan Hua temples where the South Africa headquarters of Humanistic Buddhist order are found. Another major attraction in the town is the Bronkhorstspruit Dam where angling is the most enjoyed water sport.
If you are spending a few days in the town, accommodation in Bronkhorstspruit offers a few excellent and comfortable places to stay from which you enjoy a perfect getaway. Bronkhorstspruit accommodation is found in beautiful guest houses, tranquil game lodges and country estates where to will enjoy the best of what the town has to offer.
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What a beautiful Lodge, excellent service (5 star), location is one of the best in this country. We received outstanding service from a team that exceeded every need we had as a family. The breakfast is outstanding and they catered for my children's needs which included items not on the normal breakfast menu.