Luxury Travel in Limpopo Province
For Truly Mesmerizing Terrain & Prolific Reserves
An outwardly ancient-looking landscape whittled by time, winds and water has formed a sensational topography of kopjes (granite rock hills) rising abruptly from its valleys, riverines, canyons, tumbling waterfalls, striking ridges and rolling hills.
Within easy reach of Johannesburg, lying to the west of the Drakensburg Mountains Escarpment which runs all the way from the Eastern Cape to Mpumalanga, Limpopo also borders Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to the north and is therefore also seen as the gateway to the rest of Africa. What's more, fertile lands have made this province the agricultural centre of the country, earning it a second moniker as 'South Africa’s Food Basket'.
Limpopo’s landscapes have beguiled many a traveller with its network of national parks and reserves (almost 3.6 million hectares of protected land), including the Waterburg and Marakele, offering up boundless activities, adventure thrills and some of the best horse riding safaris in the country.
When to go
What to do
- Game Drives § Safaris
- Horse Riding
- Hot Air Balooning
- Rock Climbing
- Kayaking, Fishing, White Water Rafting