Game Reserves in South AfricaLimpopo Nature & Game Reserves
With its vast expanses of bushveld wilderness habituated by an abundance of wildlife species, the Limpopo Province is the perfect destination for nature and wildlife enthusiasts.
The Limpopo province is predominantly rural with the result that large areas still remain untouched by human development.
Click on the game reserve, national park or nature reserve you wish to visit on the Limpopo map or select from the full list in the menu, to view additional information about the reserves and for listings of all lodges listed in the relevant area.
South Africa boasts a huge collection of wildlife regions, encompassing every possible landscape from deserts to forests, mountains to coast, teeming with wildlife species. Accommodation ranges from rustic to 5-star luxury; from self catering bush camps to fully catered lodges.
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Limpopo offers a mosaic of superb scenic landscape, a fascinating cultural heritage, an abundance of wildlife species and many nature based tourism opportunities. Those in search of history will find many places of archaeological significance that yielded relics dating back millions of years.