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Limpopo showcases diverse offerings to the world at 2020 Meetings Africa

24
Feb

POLOKWANE; LIMPOPO: Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) will make the most of 2020 edition o...

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Excitement upon conclusion of the 2nd Limpopo Championship

03
Feb

Limpopo; Mookgophong: Limpopo Tourism Agency's (LTA) Board Chairperson, Mr. Andrew Dipela, haile...

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THE SECOND EDITION OF LIMPOPO CHAMPIONSHIP A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

02
Feb

Limpopo Province; Euphoria Golf & Lifestyle Estate: JC Ritchie has done it again by defending hi...

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LTA MAKES A WELCOME RETURN TO MARKET IN THE NETHERLANDS

15
Jan

The Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) returns to the Netherlands to participate in the 2020 Vakantiebeurs...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM AGENCY APPOINTS NEW CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER!

18
Nov

Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Mr. Ndavhe Ramakuela as its ...

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Winter Weekend Special in Sunny Phalaborwa!

24
Jun

Tour de Limpopo - UCI Africa Tour 2.2

03
May

The great outdoors awaits in the Waterberg Tourism Region When you think of Limpopo, images of re...

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Limpopo Tourism Agency announced as a sponsor for the Metro FM Gin Fest and Love Movement

23
Apr

Tzaneen, Limpopo 12 APRIL 2019 –  The Limpopo Tourism Agency has recently announced their...

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AFRICA’S TRAVEL INDABA WORKSHOP FOR SMME’S

23
Apr

LIMPOPO; POLOKWANE:  Limpopo Tourism Agency will conduct a workshop for all the participating S...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM IS GEARED UP FOR EASTER PERIOD

18
Apr

LIMPOPO; POLOKWANE: Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) is again geared up for the upcoming Easter period a...

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Limpopo Tourism Agency leverages on Marula Festival to increase numbers

01
Mar

Limpopo, Polokwane: Limpopo is set to receive high volumes of revelers upon the start of a two week ...

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Limpopo thrilled to be named as host destination of the 2019 IFES World Assembly

28
Feb

Limpopo, Polokwane: Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) is thrilled that Limpopo Province has been confirme...

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Places to visit

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Lephalale

Situated on the Mokolo River (a tributary of the Limpopo) about 60 km from the Botswana border and the Stockpoort border post, this tranquil but prosperous Waterberg town is home to close on 20,000 people, offering excellent game-viewing opportunitie...

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Modjadjikloof

Modjadjikloof lies in an unhurried fertile area of exquisite beauty at the entrance to the Lowveld and is a pretty village with panoramic vistas on to the surrounding Wolkberg Mountains. As green and lush as Tzaneen, its former name Duiwelskloof ('de...

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Vaalwater

Vaalwater is a small town situated on the Mokolo River in the Limpopo province of South Africa.t lies at the southern edge of the rugged Waterberg Massif, which is a biosphere that contains considerable biodiversity, including numerous large mammals ...

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Haernertsburg

Known as the capital of the 'land of the silver mist' after T.V. Bulpin's famous book on the area, the picturesque village of Haenertsburg in the Magoebaskloof mountains is perched on the slopes of the Wolkberg and Drakensberg, offering tourists a wo...

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Modimolle

Thomas Baines, well-known explorer, naturalist and painter, tells a fascinating story of how the Nyl River received its name. Known to the locals as Mokgalakwena ('fierce crocodile'), the north-flowing river was mistakenly believed to be the Nile by ...

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Thulamela

The discovery of the stone citadel of Thulamela, which means ‘place of birth’ in the VhaVenda language, is regarded as one of the most important archaeological sites in South Africa. Lying west of Pafuri, Thulamela was a stone-walled city atop a ...

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Highlights and icons

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Oppikoppi Music Festival

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Makapan's Caves

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Amarula Lapa

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Baobab Tree

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Africa's Big Five

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The Ndebele

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The Diamond Route

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Heritage Day

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