Geography and history
Kroondal is a town situated in the Bojanala region of the North West Province in South Africa. The town began as a Lutheran mission station in 1858. It was founded on a farm named Kronendal which means “crown dale”. The area was divided up into plots for farmers where other missionaries could also set up house in order to use the station.
This led to the town having mostly German-speaking residents and the architecture is distinctly Teutonic. Kroondal is located on the N4 national road and its total population stands at about 4 000 inhabitants.
This relatively quiet town has some budget-friendly options for visitor accommodation. There are bed and breakfasts, guest houses, self-catering units and camping sites in the area. For more information on places to stay in the region, please visit our accommodation directory.
Activities and attractions
The town of Kroondal is loaded with rich history for all the history enthusiasts. There are many activities and attractions inspired by this town’s history.
Things to do in Kroondal include:
- German Establishments
- Hiking and Biking
- Lutheran Church (Built in 1896)
- Mountain Sanctuary Park
- Tobacco and Cotton Research Institute
Visitors of the town Kroondal can be ensured that their every need will be met. The business community of this area is thriving. Tourists are encouraged to visit the restaurants in the area as they are a culinary delight. Please see our business directory for more information on all the businesses you will find in the region.
|Kroondal Tourism Office Information|
|Telephone:||+ 27(0)21 418 4920|
|Fax:||086 667 2496|