Limpopo is not only known as The Eden of Africa, but is the province that is rich in culture and heritage.
Limpopo cultural sites, rock art, shelters, people, burial grounds and historical buildings remain loyalty to complement Limpopo as the province of culture and heritage.
Thousands of arts lovers and enthusiasts are visiting Limpopo to exposed on Arts Festival.
On the visual arts and crafts front, Limpopo is renowned for impeccable sculptors, potters and bead artists. Most of these works will be viewed at exhibition centres for the duration of the festival.
Some of the artists can be visited in their areas, Limpopo is rich in Atrs & crafts.
Art is communication and skills that had discovered many years ago by our forefathers.
Today art can create employment opportunities for previously disadvantaged men, women and youth.
The traditional arts and crafts inherent in the communities, with a neccesary support, promotion and love on this work, community can able to fight against poverty and high rate of unemployment.
Visit Limpopo province today, to make differences to the skilled craft and artist by bringing only your eyes on their arts.
The Stone Age San, whose culture exists today largely as spirits in the form of rock artwork, archaeological relics and storytelling. Some sites dating back as many as fifteen thousand years ago.
Rock art sites are found in most of the regions across Limpopo.
Educational Centres play an important role to learners as well as bringing back the value of education to the youth.The Education centres are designed to accommodate learners needs as well as providing neccesary learning equipment to the youth such as libraries, extra lessons and classes.
The village is not only a tourism business but also a village built by Limpopo people as their home and anyone interested in their culture.
The activities in the village include traditional dance and learning about Limpopo cultural knowledge such as cooking, perfoming arts through practice e.t.c.
A world-class African university, which responds to education, research and community development needs through partnerships, and knowledge generation - continuing the long tradition of empowerment.
offering the tourist and visitor inside views into Limpopo's and the South African culture, heritage and wildlife.
Visit a Limpopo working farm or any agricultural, horticultural or agribusiness, agritourism operation for the purpose of enjoyment, education, or active involvement in the activities of the farm or operation.
Industrial in Limpopo is based on Industrial land that is intended for power generation, manufacturing, industrial plants, distribution hubs, or major infrastructural facilities such as roads.