You'll find an array of spectacular wildlife nestled within Limpopo. Not only in Kruger National Park but in many smaller games parks scattered around the province. See some of South Africa's most iconic animals, as well as the cascading waterfalls and beautiful scenery along the never-ending trails.
The Mapungubwe Heritage Site is a crucial landscape containing evidence and the remains of the most iconic inland settlement in Southern Africa between AD900 and 1300. Here you’ll also see some of the most breathtaking views of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers, as well as Elephants, Rhinoceros and a variety of other wildlife.
If you’re a music lover, the Oppikoppi music festival will be right up your street. Set in Northam, the festival is filled with world-class music from well-known musicians and upcoming artists ready to showcase their talents. With food stalls, quality music and hundreds of people all sharing their love of music, it's the perfect weekend getaway.
Remember to look at the Baobabs, possibly Africa's most enormous tree! It is believed that the trees were dropped out of heaven by the gods and landed upside down, giving them their unique structure. With some being over 1000 years old, they are definitely one of Limpopo’s most iconic features.