Alldays is located in the Capricorn region in the Limpopo Province in South Africa. The region has mines, farms, forests, cultural villages, dams, art, game and monuments, as well as a fascinating and diverse culture. The mystical misty mountainous areas of Magoebaskloof and Agatha around Alldays are held together by the George’s Valley with its indigenous forests, waterfalls, lakes, kloofs and spectacular drives.
Alldays is a small town offering an unaffected rural charm to its resident and visitors. Alldays serves as the centre for a large area of private game and hunting farms. The alternative name for Alldays is known as Tatshane.
The town is known for the Venetia Diamond Mine which is situated in the 360 square kilometre Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve. It is one of the De Beers’ six remaining diamond mines in Southern Africa. The Venetia Diamond Mine is the only major mine which was developed in the country during the past 25 years.
The area in and around Alldays is known for its enchanting bushveld and the Mopane tree bush. Alldays serves as a hunting destination for trophy- and foreign hunters. The town has it’s own airport, Alldays Airport.
Alldays is an intimate destination for visitors looking for accommodation. The unique atmosphere will help you escape the everyday city life. Have a look at our accommodation directory for more information.
Attractions in Alldays includes cultural centres, farms and nature reserves. There is no shortage of adventures and sports in this little town. For a day of adventure, visit the Blouberg Mountain Range. The range has huge area of protected solid rock wall which is ideal for rock climbing.
Other things to do in Alldays include:
- Venetia Diamond Mine – The biggest producer of diamonds in South Africa
- Langjan Nature Reserve
- Makulu Makete Wildlife Reserve
- Mapangubwe Cultural Landscape
- Ben Lavin Nature Reserve
- Lake Fundudzi
- Soutpansberg Conservancy
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|Alldays Tourism Office Information|
|Telephone:||015 293 3600|
|Fax:||015 293 3655|