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North West Province


Situated in the western Magaliesburg the visitor will find the North West Province. Spend time at the world famous Sun City Resort and enjoy a typical African fantasy accompanied by various watersports, casino gaming, world class hotels and cuisine as well as exciting hiking trails and bird watching. Visit the Pilansberg National Park and marvel at the wild game and spectacular volcanic rock types. The park is situated in the crater of a long extinct volcano.


Rustenburg is a hustle and bustle of activity that includes a shopping mall, various small inns and taverns as well as cultural shopping stalls. Situated close to the centre of the North West Province it acts as a hub for those tourists that wish to have a central base and venture out on day excursions to the surrounding attractions.


800-outward_thoughts_african_leopard The North West Province is divided into five distinct regions, each offering up their own unique attractions.

The Bonjale region is seen by many as the prettiest of the North West Province and it borders both Gauteng and the Hartbeespoort Dam. The majestic Magaliesburg Mountain range and the Pilansberg National Park are both found here.

To get closer to nature one can visit the Bophirima region and relax on one of the numerous exclusive game farms or camp out in the vast open and unspoilt spaces that it has to offer.

A popular day retreat for visitors in the North West Province is Hartbeespoort Dam. With various restaurants, a zoo, ample Bed and Breakfast accommodation and boat excursions onto the dam it is well worth seeing.

Fields of maize, sunflowers and ground nuts dot the Central Region of the North West province. Due to its bushveld characteristics and savannah plains it is also home to numerous cattle and game farms.

Lastly there is the Southern Region that is similar to the Central area with citrus orchards and tobacco fields adorning the landscape. It is also a popular venue for seeing wild birds in their natural habitat.