If you’re not specifically on the lookout you might drive past Haenertsburg in Limpopo without realising that you’ve just missed one of the most quaint villages – and host to some of the best small-town festivals – in South Africa.
From fresh, crunchy vegetables to tender meat and creamy desserts, South Africa is land of generous portions and varied tastes. This week’s #TravelChatSA looked at what the country offers visiting palates.
If you’re driving on the way to or from the Kruger National Park, then pop in to the Wild Fig Tree restaurant and pub for breakfast, a light lunch or dinner. You’ll find it under the shade of a huge fig tree at the corner of Main and Louis Trichardt streets in the little Mpumalanga forestry town of Sabie, open from 8.30am in the morning until 9pm at night.
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