(+27) 72 186 6897 info@kbguesthouse.co.za


Groblersdal is part of what is known as the Cultural Heartland of Mpumalanga in South Africa. Interestingly, Groblersdal all started because of the irrigation scheme of the spectacular Loskop Dam and is named after the original owner of the Klipbank farm, WJ Grobler. over the years it has grown to attract  of tourist with its beautiful landscapes and more.


A unique indigenous Food and Tea pairing experience which includes a cultural tea tour offering a combination of abundant, authentic, invaluable tea experiences exploring African indigenous teas, herbs and food. The experience is mixed with real interaction with native cultures of Bapedi people (Northern Sotho) of Limpopo, South Africa.
Each unique tour offers an educational experience for tea lovers and those seeking an authentic encapsulating South African flavors.

Experience includes:
African Tea Tour
Tea Blended Class
Tea tasting & story telling
Indigenous Food & Tea


The Loskop Dam is a 27km long dam which makes it the largest dam in the Southern Hemisphere. The dam measures over 2 350 hectares and is situated within the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve which itself comprises of 23 000 hectares of picturesque bushveld. The Loskop Dam reserve covers 230km², of which 23km² comprises of water. It is 35 km away from kB guest house.

KB Guest House

4 Martiens Bekker Street, Groblersdal

Contact Info

(+27) 72 186 6897

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