Limpopo's six tourism regions offer visitors a stark contrast between the highveld splendours of the Waterberg, Soutpansberg and Magoebaskloof mountains and the wildlife delights of the Lowveld, including the northern reaches of the Kruger National Park. Polokwane, on the Great North road to Zimbabwe, is at the economic and geographic heart of the province. Other prime tourist and business destinations include Makhado at the foot of the Soutpansberg mountains, Tzaneen, east of the lovely Magoebaskloof pass, Mokopane, Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa, which is just a stone’s throw from the Kruger National Park
Known as the Great North on the surface Limpopo may look a broad, boundless area, with a landscape caught by the heat of the African sun. However, you should not let this deter you because a look beyond reveals a land of wonder and beauty that brings interest and entertainment in generous amounts.
Limpopo is a land of beautiful and contrasting landscape, which is typical of Africa hence it has become a favourite destination for leisure and adventure travellers worldwide. You need to visit this region to appreciate the infinite scenic beauty with a great diversity of natural and manmade attractions, rich cultural heritage and an abundance of wildlife and nature-based tourism opportunities. These historic lands, include the recently encrypted Mapungubwe World heritage site in the Limpopo Valley and Makapans Caves near Mokopane (Potgietersrus).
Our network of protected areas and nature reserves are amongst the best in the African continent. Through these nature reserves, we seek to preserve our natural heritage for future generations and for sharing with the international community.
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