Walking safaris are one of the most rewarding ways to discover and experience the secrets of the bush, true wilderness and wildlife. Guided walks in "Big Five" areas are offered at selected lodges throughout Limpopo.
Guests are briefed prior to their excursions into the wild, the rangers providing informal tuition regarding the procedures to be followed on the walks.
At Limpopo we offer game drives for the people who have thirst to view our natural beauty. A game drive in Limpopo is a lifetime experience. The excellent game viewing experience is complimented by other activities such as stargazing, bird watching, animal watching and moonlit bush dinners or sundowners e.t.c
Game walks are about seeing the smaller things that you can not see from a vehicle. You will also experience the smells of the bush, and see a variety of footprints.
Experienced, and in the case where large predators, rhino or elephant are about, armed rangers take you on excursions into the bush for a unique game viewing experience.
It is a chance to see the animals habitat up close and you can learn bush tracking techniques and gain in depth knowledge of the surrounding plant life. Smaller animals easily missed from a car can also be viewed.
Limpopo offers some of the best birding experience in Southern Africa. Over 600 bird species have been recorded in the province of which 420 birds are resident.
Habitats range from vast tracts of montane grassland to afro-temperate forests, bushveld and wetlands.
Photo Safaris is in high demand and normally one can enjoy group tours to fixed destinations especials when you visit the destination of hope Limpopo province.
With its vast expanses of bushveld wilderness habituated by an abundance of wildlife species, the Limpopo Province is the perfect destination for nature and wildlife enthusiasts.
The Limpopo province is predominantly rural with the result that large areas still remain untouched by human development.
South African National Parks (SANParks) is the body responsible for managing South Africa's national parks. SANParks was formed in 1926, and currently manages 20 parks consisting of 3,700,000 hectares (37,000 km2), about 3% of the total area of South Africa.
The best known park is Kruger National Park, which is also the oldest(proclaimed in 1898), and the largest, at nearly 2,000,000 hectares (20,000 km2).
A horseback safari offers an excellent opportunity to discover magnificent mountains on horseback or experience game-viewing.