Rock Climbing in Limpopo

Experience | Activities in Limpopo | Land Activities
Rock Climbing

"It's like music. Every step flows from every beat of your heart. You don't hear the music, you only know its rhythm. Every move is a note. Your limbs synchronise in a powerful dance. It's a motion of intensity. The world disappears. The symphony of a rock-climber is a deep experience…It is an altered perspective of life."

Service providers: Rock Climbing

  • Adventure LifestylesMopani Region - Ba-Phalaborwa

    Sure, you may want to visit the Limpopo's region. But you also have certain lifestyle preferences that you  want to experience at Limpopo, Make adventure your lifestyle in Limpopo.

    Adventurers in the province, will have a tale to tell about the magical ‘Land of the Silver Mists’. They will be able to explore the majestic Wolkberg Mountain Range, the Magoebaskloof valley and surrounding areas of the Limpopo province- The eden of Africa. To make sure you have the best adventure, the best sights to see and the best accommodation, make Limpopo your home.

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    PO Box 21, Magoebaskloof Hotel 731
    Tel.: 15 276 5076, Mobile: 82 321 5430, Fax: 15 276 5076
    E-mail:, Website:
  • African SkyCapricorn Region - Polokwane
    African Sky

    Our Five Star Luxury South African Tours offer guests the opportunity of experiencing Limpopo from the comfort of hand picked five star hotels and lodges of exceptional luxury.

    Limpopo is a province with dramatic contrasts mountains, forests, plantations, wilderness areas and farming land.

    The largest section of the Kruger National Park is part of Limpopo and along with all the game farms and private game reserves houses great numbers of game which make the province one of the favourite South African travel destinations

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    PO Box 11154 , Silver Lakes, 0054, Pretoria
    Tel.: 12 809 1632 , Fax: 12 809 1706 Website:
  • George ValleyMopani Region - Tzaneen
    George Valley

    The George's Valley Community is a prime example of "Ubunthu" - making a better place for everyone'. The picturesque valley, situated on the R528 between Haenertsburg and Tzaneen is well known for its beauty and friendly inhabitants.

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    Georges Valley, Tzaneen, 0850
    Tel.: 15 307 4820, Website:
  • Limpopo Team BuildingWaterberg Region - Bela-Bela

    Limpopo team building was formed from 15 years experience in the adventure entertainment industry running Just 4 Fun to fill a necessary niche in the market where we can help people create a positive and productive work environment for employees and those around them.

    In the time we have been around in this arena we have successfully entertained such groups and organizations such as the Gauteng education department, South African Breweries, Butterfield Franchises, Sasol WAX, Multichoice, Gobodo Accounting, SAFMarine and various government departments.

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    Bela Bela, Warmbath
    Tel.: 14 736 3337, Mobile: 82 892 0788, Fax: 14 736 3337
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  • Makapansgat ValleyCapricorn Region - Polokwane
    Makapansgat Valley

    The hills surrounding the valley are dotted with caves. Many of these are silting up or filled up long ago and are re-opened by local quarries in search of limestone.

    During one such search during mining operations in the 1920s, a large number of fossil bones were blown out of a particularly large cave in the area. It was not fully investigated until 1947, when it was confirmed that there were remains of Australopithecus africanus or early man.

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    Potgietersrus,Polokwane, 0700

  • Wolkberg Cave SystemWaterberg Region - Mokopane
    Wolkberg Cave System

    The Wolkberg Mountains have a number of interesting and beautiful dolomite caves. The best- known,Wolkberg Cave, rivals Cango for scenic splendour.

    This cave system just outside Potgietersrus is more a cultural experience than a caving expedition. The caves provide a record of human development from the hominid Austrolopithecus africanus to stone age and iron age humans.

    It also has great historical significance as it was here that the Boers besieged the people of the Langa and Kekani tribes, led by Chief Makopane, after whom the caves were named. The Arend Dieperink Museum runs tours to the caves but they must be booked at least a week in advance. At time of writing, the caves were closed for maintenance but were due to reopen towards the end of 2000.

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