Why tourists are flocking to Bronkhorstspruit

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Bronkhorstspruit is fast becoming a bucket list destination for avid travellers. This friendly town offers visitors beauty, peace, and serenity on every occasion. Here are a few reasons as to why tourists are flocking to Bronkhorstspruit:

Fo Guang Shan Nan Hua Temple 
Situated in the Cultura Park suburb of Bronkhorstspruit, the Nan Hua Temple is the largest Buddhist temple and seminary in the Southern Hemisphere. The temple plays an important role in arts and culture as it is the South African branch for the Humanistic Buddhist Order. Established in October 1993, the temple has a specialist Pureland meditation retreat centre which is open to all people - both monastic and laity. The centre includes a large meditation hall, a monastic residence, and residence for the meditation practitioners. Visitors are reminded to show respect in the temple and dress appropriately. 

4X4 Kungwini 
4x4 enthusiasts can enjoy their bakkies to the maximum on the secluded 4X4 Kungwini farm which borders the Bronkhorstspruit Dam. Situated only an hour away from the Johannesburg CBD, the 4X4 academy offers owners an advanced training on how to make the most of your 4X4 adventures safely and responsibly in a controlled environment. 

The training track features 12 different obstacles which include; sand, logs, angles, side-tilt, see-saw, and rock bed. Some of the modules covered in the course include; ground clearance, route planning and dangers, eco-friendly driving, start/stall exercise, as well as 3-point turns. For the adventurous, the 8km off-road 4X4 eco-trail will keep your adrenaline pumping for two hours. 

A picnic along the trail and breath-taking views from the "koppies" add to the wonderful experience. Moreover, the area is home to many endangered bird species such as the African grass owl, Grey heron, as well as the Woodland kingfisher.

Bronkies Angling and Nature Reserve 
Experience more of nature's wonders at the Bronkies Angling and Nature Reserve. 'Bronkies', as the locals call it, serves as an ideal getaway for angling, camping, water sport, fishing and birding in Bronkhorstspruit. 

Established in 1950, The Bronkhorstspruit Dam is a haven for all types of water activities. Fish species found here include banded tilapia, sharp tooth catfish, canary caper and bass. Over 200 bird species can also be seen including Red-capped larks, pipits and orange-throated longclaws. Other facilities include a swimming pool, a restaurant, canoeing, and motorboats. If you wish to stay over, there are special camp-sites available. 

Anton Smit Sculpture Park 
For the art lovers, the Anton Smit Sculpture Park is situated on the northern side of the Bronkhorstspruit Dam. This showcase of art rests on a plateau which overlooks the sparkling water that reveals the natural limestone formations, manicured lawns and succulent gardens of the park. This scenery is ideal to view the collection of monumental sculptures and installations.

Luiperdskloof Game Lodge
Luiperdskloof Game Lodge forms part of the Wilge River Nature Conservancy (WRNC). The reserve is a bird lover's paradise and offers hikers spectacular views and interesting rock formation. There is also a wide variety of game to be seen on foot or a game drive on an open safari vehicle.

Luiperdskloof offers a wide range of activities for the entire family to enjoy. They include abseiling, canoeing, putt-putt, pool tables, a swimming pool area, volleyball courts,  table tennis, guided bush tours, as well as fishing. For golf enthusiasts, there is a 4-hole mini-golf course and a golf driving range. 

Visitors can book into the lodge for team building activities, corporate events, weddings, or just a great weekend away. 

The lovely town of Bronkhorstspruit is a fantastic area for your next trip. Contact RealNet Kungwini now for more about this lovely place.

Author: RealNet

Submitted 26 Jul 19 / Views 854

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