Hoedspruit is one of the country's premier eco-tourist destinations with amazing game lodges and private reserves. Hoedspruit’s neighbour is the Kruger National Park, which after removing fences now forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park.
Hoedspruit is known for its wildlife breeding and care centres like the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. This centre breeds endangered species, especially the cheetah, African wild dog and black-footed cat.
The town specialises in the production of mango and citrus fruits and is one of the major agricultural contributors in the country. Hoedspruit one of the drivers in the Green Movement – it is in the heart of the UNESCO registered Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, and is the annual host of the Pick n Pay Sustainable Living Festival.
Most of Hoedspruit’s rainfall occurs during the mid-summer months and normally receives about 410mm of rain per year.
There is a wide range of accommodation options available in Hoedspruit for visitors to this area. Please see our accommodation directory for a list of advertisers.
For more information on Hoedspruit visit Limpopo Info.