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Fun and food at the Komatipoort Prawn Festival
Komatipoort was once a hotbed for contraband prawns – but nowadays it’s all above board, and the annual Komatipoort Prawn Festival is not be missed.
For more information on Reservations and details look up
www.komatipoort.org
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Komatipoort/Marloth Park
The tranquil border town of Komatipoort sits at the confluence of two of South Africa’s significant rivers, the Crocodile and the Komati. This calming place amongst the expansive sugar plantations offers numerous appealing accommodation and food options as well as broad range of activities for one and all. Stop over on the way to Mozambique. Or just stop over. Full stop.
TOP ATTRACTIONS
The Samora Machel Memorial pays tribute to the first president of Mozambique after independence
Samora Machel Monument – a fascinating and moving tribute to one of Africa’s most prominent statesmen. Well worth the detour on a beautiful drive through a number of unspoilt and untouched rural villages
Prawn festival – Komatipoort is known for its prawns, which were once smuggled in through the previously closed border with Mozambique. Nowadays, no smuggling is necessary and the LM prawns may not be quite as huge as they once were, but they are just as tasty and still named after Laurenço Marques, Maputo’s former name
Marloth Park is a popular and unique residential (and now tourist) area on the southern border of the Kruger National Park between the Malalane and Crocodile Bridge gates. Game roams freely in between the homes. Even lions come and go
Komatipoort has a popular golf course
The renegade Steinacker’s Horse Regiment was based here during the Anglo-Boer War. Imagine horses living with temperatures in the upper 40s (Celsius). But there is still horse-riding here
Crocodile Bridge Gate into the Kruger National Park is 8km north of the town and the Lebombo border post into Mozambique is 5km to the east
Fishing for tigers in the Komati River (the fish, not the cats). The tiger is one of the toughest fish to land and this is one of only a few tiger-fishing venues in South Africa
Quad biking in Marloth Park – the closest you can get to quadding with wild animals
Komatipoort marks the end of the once-famed Selati Railway Line, which ran from Skukuza. At only 80km long, it was one of the most expensive railways ever built in the region in the late 19th century
DID YOU KNOW?
The Nkomati Accord was signed here in 1984, bringing to an end hostilities between South Africa and Mozambique
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Room 15 of Domba Guest Lodge Sleeps 3 people comfortably!
3 x 3/4 beds
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Komatipoort/Marloth Park
The tranquil border town of Komatipoort sits at the confluence of two of South Africa’s significant rivers, the Crocodile and the Komati. This calming place amongst the expansive sugar plantations offers numerous appealing accommodation and food options as well as broad range of activities for one and all. Stop over on the way to Mozambique. Or just stop over. Full stop.
TOP ATTRACTIONS
The Samora Machel Memorial pays tribute to the first president of Mozambique after independence
Samora Machel Monument – a fascinating and moving tribute to one of Africa’s most prominent statesmen. Well worth the detour on a beautiful drive through a number of unspoilt and untouched rural villages
Prawn festival – Komatipoort is known for its prawns, which were once smuggled in through the previously closed border with Mozambique. Nowadays, no smuggling is necessary and the LM prawns may not be quite as huge as they once were, but they are just as tasty and still named after Laurenço Marques, Maputo’s former name
Marloth Park is a popular and unique residential (and now tourist) area on the southern border of the Kruger National Park between the Malalane and Crocodile Bridge gates. Game roams freely in between the homes. Even lions come and go
Komatipoort has a popular golf course
The renegade Steinacker’s Horse Regiment was based here during the Anglo-Boer War. Imagine horses living with temperatures in the upper 40s (Celsius). But there is still horse-riding here
Crocodile Bridge Gate into the Kruger National Park is 8km north of the town and the Lebombo border post into Mozambique is 5km to the east
Fishing for tigers in the Komati River (the fish, not the cats). The tiger is one of the toughest fish to land and this is one of only a few tiger-fishing venues in South Africa
Quad biking in Marloth Park – the closest you can get to quadding with wild animals
Komatipoort marks the end of the once-famed Selati Railway Line, which ran from Skukuza. At only 80km long, it was one of the most expensive railways ever built in the region in the late 19th century
DID YOU KNOW?
The Nkomati Accord was signed here in 1984, bringing to an end hostilities between South Africa and Mozambique
www.komatipoort.org
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The Komatipoort Prawn Festival offers fun for the whole family – from activities and a funfair for the kids to food stalls and a beer tent with a large variety of thirst-quenching drinks for adults.

Komatipoort is well known for its prawns, which were once smuggled in through the previously closed border with Mozambique. Thankfully there’s now no smuggling involved in getting hold of this tasty treat.

The LM prawns may not be quite as big as they once were, but they’re just as delicious and still named after Lourenço Marques, Maputo’s former name.

For more details contact us here
www.komatipoort.org
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Are you looking for Affordable accommodation in Komatipoort
Look no further than Domba Guest Lost
Situated in the heart of #Komatipoort   #lowveld  this amazing facility has everything you can think of ....
Ideally suited for #LeisureTravel  an #businesstravel  
Give Corlia a call on 082 773 2313 and make your Reservation
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About Domba Guest Lodge
Domba Guest Lodge is a haven and stopover for weary business guests, tired tourists on their way to Mozambique or holidaymakers en route to the Kruger National Park. The lodge is secure, comfortable and convenient, making it an ideal stopover and an affordable guest lodge accommodation.
The beautifully appointed bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms with showers. We also provide tea and coffee stations. Choose from a variety of rooms with double beds or twin beds and Family Rooms with bunk beds for children. Enjoy the restored wood furniture, unique fittings and luxurious linens.
Relax after a tiring day in the cool, shady gardens at Domba Guest Lodge that is a haven of tranquility for stressed travellers. It is the ideal base from which to explore the area, from day trips into the Kruger National Park or to rest up before your trip to Mozambique. Cool off in the crystal clear swimming pool or enjoy the braai facilities in the lapa with family or friends. Guests can also enjoy sundowners on the large veranda. We do not serve meals, but there is a restaurant across the street.
http://www.dombalodge.co.za/
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