Renowned for wildlife and quaint farm towns with access to Kruger National Park
Named after the Limpopo River, Limpopo is known as the province of peace and boasts breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, along with a rich collection of heritage and history. Home to the Big 5, epic safari adventures, and awe-inspiring historic landmarks, Limpopo offers a unique opportunity for travellers to explore the bushveld like never before. With three national parks located in the province including the famous Kruger National Park and several conservation-centred nature reserves, Limpopo is the ideal destination for unwinding in the wilderness.
See the Big 5 up close on a thrilling safari game drive through Kruger National Park.
Learn about ancient civilisations with a visit to the Mapungubwe National Park.
Visit Africa’s biggest Baobab tree, the Sagole Baobab tree which is said to be 3500 years old.
Explore the caves of the Waterberg, one of the country’s oldest mountain ranges.
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Best time to go to Limpopo
Limpopo is one of the warmest regions in South Africa since the area is bisected by the tropic of Capricorn. With an average daily high temperature of 27 degrees it can get hot in the summer months from October to March. From April to August travellers from the northern hemisphere will enjoy the dry winter, which is a sunny season made up of chilly mornings, warm middays, dry afternoons and cool to cold nights.
Featured Limpopo stays
AfriCamps at Hoedspruit
An idyllic Lowveld glamping retreat in the remarkable South African wilderness