Limpopo is one of the nine provinces and the so-called land of myths and legends that bordesr Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique in the North of South Africa. It’s not very touristy yet and you can easily escape the hustle and bustle of the South African cities and loose yourself in the silence and vastness of the bush land. Discover a nature of rugged wilderness with unexpected valleys, subtropical forests, steep canyons and mile long mango, lychee and avocado plantations. This part of the country is famous for its abundant wildlife.
A large part of the Kruger National Park is located in this province, but Mapungubwe National Park is just as worth seeing. It was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003 and here you can observe the Big 4 (lion, leopard, rhino, elephant), take a sunset drive and end your day with a Bush Braai, an African barbecue.