Once named the Northern Transvaal, Limpopo is one of South Africa’s nine provinces and the fifth largest, as well as being the most northern. Name changed and taken from the Limpopo River that runs through it, Limpopo is a province filled with beautiful things to do and see. Polokwane is its capital city, a hive of businesses and people.
With over 50 provincial reserves and private game reserves and with the Waterberg mountain range forming a large part of the province; visitors enjoy coming here for the peace and tranquillity it brings. Bordering Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana, Limpopo is the ideal stop-over before venturing into Africa.
Typical to African landscapes, Limpopo is stunning. During summer it is hot with cooling afternoon showers and in winter the days are sunny with cold clear evenings. It is a region of scenic beauty with a variety of natural and manmade attractions.
Limpopo has a diverse landscape made up of mostly bushveld - an area of mixed grasslands and trees. The largest section of the Kruger National Park can be found along Limpopo’s eastern border. This coupled with semi-desert, open savannah and subtropical vegetation, makes for interesting ventures.Read More