Limpopo is divided into four tourism regions, each representing a microcosm of the area's varied and interesting cultures.
Some of the Polokwane attractions and activities include:
The Meropa Casino and Entertainment World offers fun for young and for old. Meropa offers a casino, games area for the kids, various restaurants, souvenir shops, bars, child care services an more.
The Polokwane CBD offers all the necessities, including medical care, dentists, hobby shops, restaurants, take-aways, grocery stores and more. Marlot Guest House is situated approximately 1.5km from the CBD which makes it convenient for guests to take care of all their business needs.
The Mall of the North brings you unsurpassed retail variety, quality and service in 180 stores, restaurants and entertainment venues.
The Polokwane Golf Club offers a halfway house, bar, changing rooms, braai area and swimming pool. This 18 hole / 72 par golf course is proud to have Retief Goosen, 2001 U.S. Open Champion as a previous club professional.
The Polokwane Game Reserve is one of the country's largest municipal-owned game reserves. This game reserve's main attraction must be the amount of ground one can cover on foot - there are a number of walks, including a one-day 20 kilometre hiking trail with overnight accommodation.
The Stadium is located in Magasyn Street, 5 km from the Polokwane City Centre. The crisp, modern design was inspired by the baobab tree (Adansonia digitata), an ancient tree revered by the local population. At each corner of the steel and concrete structure is a squat, cylindrical structure that resembles the tree's muscular trunk which can grow up to 28m in girth.
Regarded as a living museum, the Bakone Malapa Museum near Polokwane is one of several museums and national monuments that bear testimony to South Africa's people.
The tiny village of Haenertsburg consists of just one main street. This is a lovely place to explore the souvenir shops and enjoy a quiet meal before or after enjoying the great outdoors of the Letaba District. Originally a gold rush town that sprung up in 1887, Haenertsburg is now a destination for the avid hiker, the urban escapee, and the nature lover.
The Polokwane International Airport has a “world class” terminal building and surrounding facilities for aeronautical and non-aero nautical activities and services.
Marlot Guest House is en-route to Mozambique and we are a perfect stop-over for travellers.
Marlot Guest House is also en-route to the world-renowned Kruger National Park, a must-see attraction for young and for old.