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Groblersdal, Mokopane (Potgietersrus), Vaalwater, Tzaneen, Alldays, Bela Bela (Warmbaths), Hoedspruit, Polokwane, Louis Trichardt, Phalaborwa, Balule Nature Reserve, Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, Modimolle (Nylstroom), Entabeni Game Reserve, Welgevonden Game Reserve, Thabazimbi, Thohoyandou, Mapungubwe National Park, Magoebaskloof, Lephalale (Ellisras)
Regarded as a unique eco-destination, the Limpopo Province is South Africa’s gateway to the north. The province shares borders with Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique and is named after the Limpopo River that is the region’s natural boundary.
Limpopo is a patchwork of different landscapes; the flat shrubby terrain in the west so perfectly suited for game reserves and cattle farming, the mysterious tropical rainforests and waterfalls in the central regions where exotic fruits are grown and the thick bushveld in the northern section of the Kruger National Park, all accessible via an excellent road network.
The people of Limpopo appreciate their heritage and are lovers of music and sport, and several festivals are held throughout the year to celebrate these pursuits.
Expect to be pleasantly surprised by the scenic wonders and cultural experiences on a visit to the Limpopo Province.
Top 8 reasons to visit the Limpopo Province
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More intimate and personalised than larger hotels, guests can expect a warmer, friendlier stay at a Boutique Hotel. Boutique Hotels are high-end accommodation, and guests can expect all the usual luxury amenities expected from a regular/larger hotel, including wifi; tea and coffee facilities; and deluxe bedding, and then some. Most Boutique Hotels pride themselves on personal service that allows them to go the extra-mile - making it an ideal place to stay for guests celebrating special events or anniversaries.