Spit Braai Phalaborwa

Spit Braai Phalaborwa

Spit Braai Phalaborwa, is a town of Mpumalanga near the confluence of the Ga-Selati River and the Olifants, halfway up along the eastern border of the Kruger National Park in the Lowveld

Spit Braai Phalaborwa
Big Hole at Phalaborwa
Spit Braai Phalaborwa, Phalaborwa is part of MpumalangaMpumalanga include the towns of Barberton, Bethal, Delmas, eMbalenhle, Middelburg, Nelspruit, Piet Retief, Phalaborwa, Standerton, Witbank, and many other smaller towns. Mpumalanga lies in eastern South Africa, bordering Swaziland and Mozambique.

Phalaborwa is a mining town and home of the the earth’s largest man-made hole visible from space, the "Big Hole", The area is filled with phosphates, copper iconium, vermiculite, mica and gold

Phalaborwa is situated about 3 kilometres from the Kruger National Park, and about 200 km from PolokwaneRead more about Spit Braai South Africa

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