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Dam/Lake Nsami Dam

ID: w163553 View large map

Located in South Africa :: Limpopo
Category: Attraction :: Dam/Lake

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Nsami Dam in the Nsama River, Limpopo Province of South Africa, has a capacity of 21.9 million cubic metres. The dam lies in the 1352 hectares Mano'mbe Provincial Park, 6km North-east of Giyani Game viewing is good; species include giraffe, zebra, waterbuck, kudu and impala. Nsami dam Caravan Park provides water sports, swimming, fishing and picnic spots.

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Address : Giyani, Limpopo, South Africa
Contact : Mopani Tourism & Parks Resource Centre
Tel : +27(0)15 307 3582
Tel2 : +27(0)15 307 7244
Fax : +27(0)15 307 4341

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From the R81 in Giyani, turn right (east)at the 4-waystop (towards shopping complex). Pass three 4-way-stops and government buildings. Within 500m, turn left at junction, after 200m turn right. Past Giyani College of Education and Khanyesa school, Man'Ombe Park lies on the right hand side.

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