Previously called the Northern Province, Limpopo is a land of beautiful and contrasting landscapes, which is typical of Africa. Hence it has become a favourite destination for leisure and adventure travellers worldwide.
Come to a region of infinite scenic beauty with a great diversity ...
The first festival took place in 1994 and was orientated mainly towards Afrikaans rock music and attracted over 1000 music lovers.
Limpopo Province offers access to the world-renowned Kruger National Park.
The Diamond Route links eight sites across northern South Africa in a tourism route.
Visit a choice of local gardens on show, browse through craft markets, go picnicking...
A visit to Bela-Bela provides a unique and invigorating family holiday in the heart of the unspoilt Waterberg.
The main reason for the show to take place is to let artists who have made it outside the province to come back in and give a helping hand to those who are looking for the same type of success.
We would like to hear from you, how you enjoyed your stay in the Limpopo province. Write us a short travel report... Published articles stand a chance to win a weekend for 2 at one of our Wildlife Resorts.
South African National Park (SANParks) is again opening its doors for free from Monday, 8 September 2014 until Friday
African Hotels and Adventures (AHA) has reopened camp one of Makalali Private Game Lodge in the Kruger National Park
World Tourism Day (WTD), celebrated every year on 27 September, is a global observance to highlight tourism’s social,
The 20th Oppikoppi Music Festival took place last weekend (7 - 9 August) in Northam (Waterberg).
The Marakele National Park in the Waterberg biosphere received the award as the northern cluster's Park of the Year d
Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, has appointed Zwelibanzi Mntambo as the new Cha
Rangers from the four national parks in the Frontier region converged at Addo Elephant National Park today to commemo
Black Leopards FC supporters have been assured that they can expect to watch their team’s home matches in a much safer environment next season.
Ms Rejoice Mabudafhasi, MP, the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture, will officiate the Limpopo leg of the India Fest