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Limpopo Province - South Africa

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 ...

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Waterberg Biosphere Reserve

The Waterberg Biosphere Reserve was formally launched in 2001.

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Waterberg Biosphere Reserve
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Amarula Lapa

Limpopo (Phalaborwa) is also home to the famous Amarula Cream Liqueur.

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Amarula Lapa
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Turfloop Nature Reserve

Turfloop Safaris is an independent and privately run business venture.

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Turfloop Nature Reserve
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Modadji, The Rain Queen

Two years after her grandmother, Modjadji V, died.

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Modadji, The Rain Queen
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The Ndebele

Although the origins of the Ndebele are shrouded in mystery, they have been identified as one of the Nguni people.

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Ndebele

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in the News
February 15, 2018

The Annual two-week long Mapungubwe Arts Festival is the flagship project of Limpopo’s Department of Sport, Arts and

February 6, 2018

The 13th Edition of the Limpopo Marula festival is a sequel to twelve other festivals that have taken place since its

February 6, 2018

Deputy Chairperson of the Board, Ambassador Moses Chikane and all members of the Board present

February 6, 2018

The Chairperson of Limpopo Tourism Agency, Mr.

December 5, 2017
December 5, 2017

Capetonians, bless them, have been a little smelly recently.

November 27, 2017

The festive period is once again upon us.

November 24, 2017

On Monday, November 20, the Limpopo Tourism Agency announced its new chief executive office

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Waterberg
The needle of the compass shudders as it swivels resolutely south-west to the Waterberg Region - vast, peaceful, incredibly beautiful and more than three million years old. Situated in the magnificent Waterberg Mountain Range.
Capricorn
The fascinating diversity of the region, incorporating grassy plains, bushveld and misty mountains, as well as a myriad plant and animal species, makes it a veritable treasure chest for the traveller.
Sekhukhune
It is a rural area with an economic base in mining and agriculture. With fertile soil, a sub-tropical climate and the availability of reasonable quantities of water, the area boasts a strong and prosperous farming industry.
Mopani
The Mopani region in the Lowveld is one of the last unspoilt corners of Africa – vast, unhurried, timeless. The Mopani region has a river in a valley called the Great Olifants River, which meanders through the Kruger National Park,...
Vhembe
The region boasts one of the most varied natural, geological, archaeological and cultural systems in the world and a fascinating history dating back many centuries when the San roamed the veld and left us their artworks on rocks.
Kruger National Park
Well known for its rich diversity of wildlife and habitat, Kruger offers visitors an excellent opportunity to experience close and exhilarating encounters with the 'Big Five' - elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard - in a natural environment.
Makhado
Tzaneen
Polokware
Groblersdal
Bela Bela
Limpopo Provice - The prefered eco tourism destination
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