Hans Merensky Golf Course
1Mountain Biking in the 'Garden of Eden'
The scenic mountain passes and off-road peaks and valleys make Limpopo an excellent and popular mountain biking region.
2Fantastic Hiking Opportunities
From the Wolkberg Wilderness area and Magoebaskloof mountains to walking with the animals in the Lowveld, Limpopo is a hiker's delight.
34 x 4 Driving at its best
It's tough terrain, and perfect for 4x4 safaris. The province’s African Ivory route leads you through the scenic and rugged heart of Limpopo - it's an adventurer's dream
Bass fishing, carp fishing, fly-fishing, trout fishing. Limpopo offers a diversity of habitats from big rivers and dams to small streams and mountain brooks.
5Golfing at Hans Merensky
Tee off with the wildlife at Hans Merensky course near Phalaborwa, which is adjacent to the world famous Kruger National Park.
The Soutpansberg-Limpopo Birding Route takes you through an amazing and diverse variety of Limpopo habitat from montane forests to grasslands.
7Scenic horse rides
Go for scenic hikes on horseback in mountain villages, or head for the bushveld and ride in the wild.
8Soccer is a major past-time
Across the province from village to township, there are young local soccer players who have been inspired by the 2010 Football World Cup.
Magoebaskloof & George’s Valley are ideal for adventure sports: The mountains, caves, rivers and potholes in these gorges are an extremists dream! Tubing, kloofing, rafting, spelunking.
There are many options in Limpopo, from water-skiing and power boating at Ebenezer Dam in Magoeskloof to Water World for the family in Bela Bela.