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Limpopo is the northern most province in South Africa, bordering onto Moçambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Limpopo offers a mosaic of superb scenic landscape, a fascinating cultural heritage, an abundance of wildlife species and many nature based tourism opportunities.
Limpopo is a land of legends and myths and of ancient civilizations ... Those in search of history will find many places of archaeological significance that yielded relics dating back millions of years.
Destinations / Regions of Limpopo
Where to Stay: Waterberg Accommodation
The Waterberg Mountains stretch along more than 5,000 km² of spectacular vistas and scenic valleys. The area is steeped in history and some artefacts found here date back to Stone Age times. The area’s rich mosaic of culture ... waterberg information
Where to Stay: Valley of the Olifants Accommodation
Travelling east, visitors will discover the rich natural heritage of the Lowveld and the famous Kruger National Park. This region falls in the valley of the great Olifants River that meanders through the Kruger national Park ... valley of the olifants information
Limpopo Attractions and Destinations
"Must See" Attractions in Limpopo
The largest game reserve in South Africa, the Kruger National Park is larger than Israel. Nearly 2 million hectares of land that stretch for 352 kilometres (20 000 square kilometres) from north to south along the Mozambique border, is given over to an almost indescribable wildlife experience. Certainly it ranks with the ... more information
A basin rich in magnificence and biodiversity, the Makapansgat Valley displays some of the most astounding beauty in Limpopo. Not only is it of interest to paleontologists - numerous caves in the Makapansgat valley hold fossils that date back to 3.3 million years before the present, linking directly to the... more information
High in the Lobedu Mountains near Duiwelskloof and situated next to the home of the fabled rain queen, lies the Modjadji Cycad Reserve, boasting some of the oldest and largest Cycad specimens on earth. The 530 hectare Modjadji Nature Reserve, situated in the Bolobedu district of Lebowa, north-east of... more information
The Marakele National Park in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains has become a 'place of sanctuary' for a vast variety of wildlife mainly due to its location in the transitional zone between the dry western and moist eastern regions of South Africa. The Marakele National Park is characterised by ... more information
As a testament to its emphasis on eco-tourism and conservation, the Waterberg boasts Africa's only Rhino Museum, devoted entirely to the conservation of rhinoceros. The species, that has roamed Planet Earth for more than 30 million years has been brought to the brink of extinction in less than 30 years ... more information
Bordering the city of Polokwane in Limpopo, the Polokwane Game Reserve is possibly one of the finest on which to cut your teeth if you’re new to the pursuit of game viewing mainly because of its proximity to Johannesburg - it’s roughly three hours’ drive - but also because its size is such that one can view... more information
Set right up against the northern border of South Africa, uniting Botswana and Zimbabwe, lies Mapungubwe National Park - an extensive savannah landscape situated at the meeting place of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers. This is the land of sandstone formations, mopane woodlands, brooding baobabs... more information
The baobab tree (Adansonia digitata) is one of the trees in Africa with the longest life span. The average age of the Baobabs found in the northern parts of Limpopo are between 300 and 500 years old. Near Sagole, a rural village in the north east of the province, a baobab specimen can be ... more information
The Limpopo Province is wild and enigmatic. It boasts long stretches of untamed wildermness with thorn and Baobab trees, magical mountain ranges and is also home to the Big 5. It is named after the great Limpopo River that flows along its northern border and contains a ... more information
The magnificent untouched scenery and prolific wildlife of the Limpopo Province in South Africa offers endless, exciting adventures for 4x4 enthusiasts. 4x4 trails are offered throughout the province but especially in the Waterberg region of the Bushveld. The Mabote River ... more information
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