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What To Do In Potchefstroom During Clover Aardklop 2013

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Clover Aardklop 2013 Festival in Potchefstroom

One of South Africa’s biggest and most popular music and arts festivals, Clover Aardklop 2013, is just around the corner. From 23 to 28 September 2013, Potchefstroom will be visited by many festival fans.

Accommodation is usually a big problem. If you plan to go for longer than 2 days, you need to book well in advance. So we thought that we might give you a few options of places to stay during Aardklop.

Accommodation in Potchefstroom during Clover Aardklop 2013

Presidensie Guest Rooms was built in 2012 and is located in a very quiet and private area of Potchefstroom. It is ideal when you want to relax after  “festavilling” all day. A bonus is that it is still walking distance from the Clover Aardklop Festival terrain and the university. This includes the Australian cricket teams favourite training ground when touring South Africa, Senwes Cricket Stadium.

Buffelsvlei Wild Animal Park Accommodation is about 20km outside Potchefstroom on the Carletonville road. It is near the Boskop Dam. It is very affordable with self catering, country house, camping and caravanning options to choose from. It can also accommodate large groups. Buffelsvlei also has a dense population of animals. This makes it ideal for the outdoor family who loves nature.

Paljas Backpackers offers self catering accommodation in the heart of Potchefstroom. It is ideal when visiting the Clover Aardklop Festival. They offer a small breakfast in the mornings and safe parking for your vehicle during the evenings. Students get a special discounted rate when they present a valid student card.

There are  a lot more accommodation options which you can browse and book by hopping over to our Accommodation section.

Other Things To Do During the Clover Aardklop Festival

Take a day out to Buffelsvlei. They offer horse riding, quad biking and seeing some of your favourite wildlife and birds.

Visit the Totius House Museum. Here you can learn more about Totius (Jakob Daniel du Toit), famously known as the man who translated most of the Bible into Afrikaans. He was also a poet and cultural leader. Admission to the museum is free and guided tours are offered.

Oak Avenue in Potchefstroom is a gorgeous avenue of oak trees dating back over a hundred years. Today it is a national monument and considered the longest oak avenue in South Africa, over 6,8 kilometers.

OPM Prozesky Bird Sanctuary is home to over 200 bird species and it situated on the Mooi River. With well-maintained paths, bridges and strategically placed hides, make it ideal for bird watching enthusiasts to see their favourite birds.

Potchefstroom is home to the Clover Aardklop Festival and should you want to go there this year, book your accommodation in advance. Make sure you also take a day off the festival and see what else Potchefstroom has to offer.

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