Haenertsburg, Limpopo

The hamlet of Haenertsburg, in the Magoebaskloof Mountains, is a great place to stroll for a few hours. You can climb to the top of the hill for amazing mountain views, stroll the main street with its quaint shops and historic buildings, or wander through the beautiful arbour park. more

Limpopo meetings

For the ultimate meeting experience, enjoy a luxurious breakaway at one of Limpopo’s many exclusive private game camps. Most of the private game camps, farms or lodges have facilities for a secluded business meeting or team building event in the bush. more

Kaross Embroidery Project

Kaross is a rural embroidery project in Limpopo's peaceful Letsitele Valley that helps create jobs and uplift the local community by combining the area's traditional arts and craft skills with modern marketing plans and design techniques to create a smorgasbord of home and fashion accessories. more

Limpopo's art galleries

Limpopo’s art galleries house the historical art of the Venda, Pedi and Shangaan people, as well as paintings, sculptures, carvings and ceramics by talented South African artists from around the province. Look out for work influenced by cultural and artistic traditions that remain authentically South African. more

Limpopo highlights

Feel the adrenalin rush as a lion chases down an antelope in the Kruger National Park; marvel at the remains of ancient palace sites at Mapungubwe; explore the wild, rugged landscapes of the Marakele National Park and the amazing rock formations of the Waterberg. more

Limpopo

The northern half of South Africa’s greatest natural treasure, the Kruger National Park, is easily accessible from Limpopo province. A great Limpopo incentive destination, it teems with wildlife and opportunities for adventure. more

Strijdom Tunnel's curio sellers

Shop for handmade curios, arts and crafts at Limpopo's Strijdom Tunnel. The tunnel is at the top of the Abel Erasmus Pass, which takes you along the edge of the Blyde River Canyon. Stop to browse through the street market, take photographs and admire the spectacular view. more

Mapungubwe World Heritage Site

About the time of the Dark Ages of Europe, the royal court at Mapungubwe in Limpopo welcomed traders and men of influence from Arabia and the Far East. Only in recent decades have the fascinating details of this ancient city been uncovered. more

Limpopo's mountains

The mountains of Limpopo have for centuries been a haven for both people and animals. Today they form part of a flourishing tourism region that offers a number of activities and tourism routes through which to explore their exciting history and uncover their many secrets. more