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LTA CEO, MS. NOMASONTO NDLOVU'S MESSAGE OF SUPPORT DURING THE MEDIA LAUNCH OF MAPUNGUBWE ARTS FESTIVAL

07
Nov

Honourable MEC Head of Department Media Tour Operators Distinguished guests Let me at...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM SUPPORTS THE MAGOEBASKLOOF SPRING FESTIVAL!

20
Sep

LIMPOPO; MAGOEBASKLOOF: The Magoebaskloof Spring Festival is now in its 36th year happenin...

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LIMPOPO PROVINCE TOURISM STAKEHOLDERS TAKE CENTER STAGE AT THE LILIZELA TOURISM PROVINCIAL AWARDS

12
Sep

LIMPOPO PROVINCE; SUN MEROPA CASINO AND HOTEL: The Limpopo Province announced the names of the provi...

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LTA EXPRESSES SHOCK AND SYMPATHY ON THE BURNING OF MATSILA LODGE IN THOHOYANDOU

07
Sep

Thohoyandou; Matsila Lodge, a five star accommodation establishment in Thohoyandou, Thulamela Munici...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM MONTH PROGRAMME LAUNCH

31
Aug

Tourism and the Digital Transformation Limpopo, Louis Trichardt: The Chairperson of the LTA Board...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM AGENCY 2018 SEPTEMBER EVENTS CALENDAR

30
Aug

The Limpopo Tourism Agency 2018 September Events Calendar Click Here to ...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM AGENCY CEO NOMINATED FOR THE SHERO AWARDS!

13
Aug

LIMPOPO; POLOKWANE: Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) is thrilled to announce that our Chief Exe...

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LIMPOPO TOURISM AGENCY CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE INAUGURAL VHEMBE TOURISM SYMPOSIUM

13
Aug

As part of #TGEspring18 Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) cordially invites you to attend the inaugural V...

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THE LION AND THE HUNTER NOMINATED FOR A JOZI FILM FESTIVAL AWARD

01
Aug

POLOKWANE; LIMPOPO PROVINCE:  Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) is thrilled to announce that &l...

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WALALA WASALA MOSWA!

03
Jul

The Premier of Limpopo Province, hon Stanley Chupu Mathabatha invites you to the launch of the Youth...

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TOURISM INDUSTRY MOURNS THE PASSING ON OF MARGA HAGENS!

18
Jun

POLOKWANE; LIMPOPO: The Tourism Industry has learned with shock about the passing-on of one of ...

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SPEAKER NOTES: BY CEO OF LIMPOPO TOURISM AGENCY, MS. NOMASONTO NDLOVU, AT THE AGM OF POLOKWANE TOURISM ASSOCIATION

25
May

Executive Mayor of Polokwane Municipality Cllr. Thembi Nkadimeng; All councilors present, Al...

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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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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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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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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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The Cave of Hearths

Visitors to Mokopane should not miss the opportunity of going on a guided tour of Makapan's Valley where extensive cultural and palaeontological deposits have played a crucial role in furthering our understanding of later human evolution and the appe...

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Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Reserve

On the 20th of September 2001, the Kruger to Canyons (K2C) Biosphere Reserve was registered in Paris by the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). K2C is recognised under the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme. ...

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Oppikoppi Music Festival

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Modadji, The Rain Queen

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Africa's Big Five

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Baobab Tree

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The Ndebele

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The Diamond Route

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Waterberg Biosphere Reserve

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Turfloop Nature Reserve

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