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Welcome to Limpopo

Limpopo is a region of infinite scenic beauty with a great diversity of both natural and man-made attractions, rich cultural heritage and an abundance of wildlife and nature-based tourism opportunities.

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Flora & Fauna

Limpopo's Fauna and Flora are some of the most diverse in Southern Africa. The province is one of the country's best managed conservation areas and the prefered eco-tourism destination in South Africa.

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Highlights & Icons

Whether you're planning adventurous game drives, a rural camping retreat, bird watching or tranquil hours spent angling, here are some icons and highlights which should not be missed, when visiting Limpopo.

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Places to visit

A visit to Limpopo is a reward in itself. Visit amazing places around the region. The Thulamela citadel, magical Lake Funduzi or the historic Cave of Hearths are just some of them.

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Tourist Routes

The Limpopo Routes offer an opportunity of focused travel in the province. All self-drive and unguided, the routes listed and described below comprise interesting tourist 'hot spots' in Limpopo to enable you, as the traveller, to put together your own exciting days of travel and adventure in the province.

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Experience Wildlife

Walking Safaris

Walking safaris are one of the most rewarding ways to discover and experience the secrets of the bush, true wilderness and wildlife. Guided walks in "Big Five" areas are offered at selected lodges throughout Limpopo. 

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Game drives

At Limpopo we offer game drives for the people who have thirst to view our natural beauty. A game drive in Limpopo is a lifetime experience. The excellent game viewing experience is complimented by other activities such as stargazing, bird watching or moonlit bush dinners.

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Limpopo offers some of the best birding experience in Southern Africa. Over 600 bird species have been recorded in the province of which 420 birds are resident. Habitats range from vast tracts of montane grassland to afro-temperate forests, bushveld and wetlands.

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National Parks

Limpopo is home to numerous nature reserves and National Parks. The best known park is Kruger National Park, which is also the oldest (proclaimed in 1898), and the largest, at nearly 2.000.000 hectares (20.000 km2). The Kruger Park and Table Mountain National Park are two of South Africa's most visited tourist attractions.

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Provincial Parks

Approximately 50 provincial nature reserves exist in this exquisite province that reflects the diversity of this pristine part of the world. These nature reserves have the dual task of ecological conservation of unique destinations as well as the development of eco-tourism projects in co-operation with the respective local communities.

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Nature Reserves

Limpopo’s nature reserves offer excellent game-viewing opportunities. They introduce the wildlife in their natural habitat and provide an outdoors experience of how nature survives.

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