1Magoebaskloof Spring Festival
This festival rings in spring and offers visitors the chance to visit some of the area's most beautiful gardens. A special attraction is the cherry blossom festival. Good food and local produce also feature.
2Mapungubwe Arts & Cultural Festival
An 8-day event staged in December in Polokwane. It is a showcase for the province’s diverse artistic traditions. There is music, art, theatre and live music concerts.
3Ellisras Bushveld Festival, Lephalale
Held over 4 days in July this annual event is a highlight in the Waterberg area. There are cattle parades, game auctions, equestrian competitions and typical bushveld food and hospitality.
4Tour de Tuli, Mapungubwe
An 8-day mountain-biking event held in August, that traverses Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa and ends at the Mapungubwe National Park.
5Limpopo Marula Festival, Phalaborwa
A three-day event in February that celebrates the legendary Marula fruit. There are also tourism expos, sports events and more
6Sustainable Living Expo, Hoedspruit
Bringing you the latest in green living, sutainability, conservation,gardening and more. The festival is growing in leaps and bounds.
7Limpopo Wine Show
Held over three days in Polokwane during April, the Limpopo Wine Show brings together the province’s wine lovers; 250 wines from up to 50 award-winning cellars are showcased.
8Hoedspruit Airshow and Game Festival
This one-day event held in July brings together pilots, air force planes, farmers, conservationists and travellers who come to enjoy the aerobatics, food, music and barbecues.
9Glendower Birds and Forest Festival
A 3 day event in November in Magoebaskloof, the Glendower Birds and Forest Festival celebrates the biodiversity of the area.
10Sasol Marakele Birding Breakaway
A two-day event held at the end of October, at Marakele National Park. It brings together birdwatchers from all over the country – excellent guest speakers, great food and wine, fantastic birding!