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Legacy Nights

25
Oct

Coco Affair Legacy Nights Join us at Coco Affair Coffee Shop, on 25 October for an evening of ...

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The Healing Space

25
Oct

A therapeutic music recital about life, love and everything in between. Music to spark conversation,...

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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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Limpopo Tourism Agency in partnership with Cycling South Africa present Tour de Limpopo

27
Feb

The inaugural Tour De Limpopo took place from the 22nd April to the 26th April 2018. The e...

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TOURISM GRADING MADE EASY IN LIMPOPO!

18
Feb

LIMPOPO PROVINCE; POLOKWANE: In our quest to make tourism grading easy for our provincial tourism pr...

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Introducing the Sunshine Tour LIMPOPO CHAMPIONSHIP

11
Feb

Sunshine Tour is excited and pleased to launch the new R1.5-million Limpopo Championship tee off at ...

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TOURISM INDUSTRY GEARS UP FOR A MARULA SEASON THRILLER

29
Jan

LIMPOPO PROVINCE; POLOKWANE: Against the backdrop of a bumper festive season and a successful launch...

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SPEECH BY MEC FOR LEDET, MR. SEAPARO SEKOATI, AT THE OCCASION OF THE MEDIA LAUNCH OF THE 14TH EDITION OF LIMPOPO MARULA FESTIVAL AT PHALALA BOUTIQUE GAME LODGE AND SPA

18
Jan

·        Executive Mayor – Waterberg District M...

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Places to visit

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Polokwane

History of Polokwane in the 1840s: The Voortrekkers, under the leadership of Andries Potgieter, established Zoutpansbergdorp, a town 100 km to the south-east. This settlement had to be abandoned because of clashes with the local tribes. They founded ...

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The Soutpansberg

The Soutpansberg, South Africa's northernmost mountain range, takes its name from the salt pans that lie at its base near the western end. These pans have supplied communities with salt from prehistoric times to today. The mountains stretch east to w...

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Thabazimbi

Thabazimbi, meaning 'mountain of iron' is the Tswana name for the town and refers to the highly lucrative iron ore reef first discovered here in 1919 and mined since the 1930s when iron and steel production started. The town was proclaimed in 1953 an...

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Lake Fundudzi & Thathe Vondo Forest

Lake Funduzi is a magical place that is steeped in Venda mythology and legend. Its condition changes seasonally, but it is always worth the visit from a cultural perspective. From Lake Funduzi you will drive along the very top of the Soutpansberg. Th...

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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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Springbok Flats

The name of the Springbok Flats is a poignant reminder of the great herds that once populated the plain. The area was also frequented by lions. Right up until the 1930s, an occasional beast still hunted the thornbush, and stories were told of early t...

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Nylsvley Nature Reserve

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The Ndebele

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Mapungubwe UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Africa's Big Five

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Bela Bela

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Amarula Lapa

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Makapan's Caves

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Magoebaskloof Spring Festival

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