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Limpopo Province sits right up in the north, bordering the countries of Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It’s a province of wildlife and baobab trees, exotic fruit and the wide Limpopo River. Here you can explore the less touristy northern portion of the Kruger National Park, as well as luxury private reserves. The Phalaborwa gate to the...

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Ant's Hill

Vaalwater
1 Room, 4 Cottages

Ant’s Hill is owned and run by Ant and Tessa Baber, descendants of some of the earliest pioneers in the area who settled here in 1886. This unique bush home is located on a...


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Ant's Nest

Vaalwater
6 Rooms

Ant’s Nest is owned and run by Ant and Tessa Baber, descendants of some of the earliest pioneers in the area who settled here in 1886. This welcoming bush home is located on a...


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Fifty Seven Waterberg

Welgevonden Private Game Reserve
5 Luxury Rooms

Only three hours north of Johannesburg, Fifty Seven Waterberg lies nestled in the 35 000 ha Welgevonden Game Reserve, home to the Big Five and over 50 different mammal and 300...


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Matingwe Lodge

Welgevonden Private Game Reserve
6 Rooms & 4 Tents
PPS from R 2,660

Matingwe is a private game reserve that lies adjacent to the larger Welgevonden Game Reserve in the Southwest Waterberg region, an area that is as vast as it is peaceful and...


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Bushwa Private Game Lodge

Vaalwater
4 Tents, 1 Spa Bedroom, Rustic Tree House and Family Bush Camp
PPS from R 2,500

Set high on a ridge in the unspoilt malaria-free Waterberg biosphere, Bushwa offers stunning views and a unique African bushveld experience. Warm hospitality, excellent...


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Ulusaba Private Game Reserve

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
21 rooms

Ulusaba Private Game Reserve is Sir Richard Branson's safari lodge located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. Guests can choose to stay in either Rock Lodge or Safari Lodge...


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Blyde Mountain Country House

Blyde River Canyon
15 bedroooms & cottages, Self-Catering Options
PPS from R 900
Special Deal

The Drakensberg mountains rise magnificently, forming the lip of the Blyde River Canyon, just past Blyde Mountain's garden. Blyde Mountain's thatched buildings are tucked away...


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Itaga Luxury Private Game Lodge

Mabalingwe Nature Reserve
8 Chalets
PPS from R 1,895

Set under spreading marula trees at the foot of the Waterberg mountains, Itaga Private Game Lodge is in a malaria-free area, less than two hours from Johannesburg. Set in the...


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Kings Camp Private Game Reserve

Timbavati Private Game Reserve
9 Luxury Suites & 2 Honeymoon Suites

Situated in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve which is part of the greater Kruger National Park, Kings Camp faces an open savanna plain with a waterhole which attracts a...


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Pafuri Camp

Kruger National Park
19 luxury tents
PPS from R 4,945

Found in the Makuleke Concession of the Northern Kruger National Park, Pafuri Camp is a luxury tented camp stretching along the north bank of the Luvuvhu River. The concession...


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Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
8 Luxurious Glass Fronted Suites

Located in the western sector of the game-rich Sabi Sand Game Reserve is Leopard Hills. With only eight luxurious glass-fronted suites, each with its own private verandah and...


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Singita Ebony Lodge

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
12 Suites

Singita Sabi Sand is a privately owned game reserve in the Sabi Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park in South Africa and spanning more than 45,000 acres. Renowned for...


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Singita Boulders Lodge

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
12 Suites

Singita Sabi Sand is a privately owned game reserve in the Sabi Reserve, an area adjacent to the Kruger National Park and renowned for high concentrations of big game and...


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Singita Castleton

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
6 cottages

Formerly the family home of Singita founder Luke Bailes’ grandfather, Singita Castleton is an exclusive use lodge set within 45,000 acres of private reserve in the Sabi Sand....


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Singita Lebombo Lodge

Limpopo
15 Suites

Singita Kruger National Park is found on 33,000 acres in the south eastern section of the Kruger National Park, bordering Mozambique. This exclusive concession is one of the...


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Singita Sweni Lodge

Limpopo
6 x 1-bedroom suites

Singita Kruger National Park is found on 33,000 acres in the south eastern section of the Kruger National Park, bordering Mozambique. This exclusive concession is one of the...


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Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve
12 Suites and 1 Amber Suite

The interior design of Earth Lodge has been recreated - taking its cue from South Africa’s vast mineral wealth, veins of the metallic colours of these precious elements are...


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Arendsig Villa

Mabula Game Reserve
Exclusive use self-cater game lodge with 4 rooms
Units from R 6,500

Arendsig Villa, meaning ‘Eagle’s View’, is a treasured family home perched high on a rocky outcrop that offers a stylish self-catering safari for family and friends in the Big...


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Xanatseni Private Camp

Klaserie Nature Reserve
5 Rooms
PPS from R 3,900

A charming thatched camp located in the heart of the Savanna Biome in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve (KPNR), Xanatseni Private Camp is where comfort meets the charm...


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Sherwood's Country House

Agatha
7 Bedrooms
PPS from R 533
Includes Bed & Breakfast
Special Deal

The truly magnificent mountains and Agatha forests above Tzaneen are home to Sherwood’s, a charming family-owned Country House on an active avocado estate. This Victorian 'home...


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Limpopo travel guide

Limpopo Province sits right up in the north, bordering the countries of Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It’s a province of wildlife and baobab trees, exotic fruit and the wide Limpopo River. Here you can explore the less touristy northern portion of the Kruger National Park, as well as luxury private reserves. The Phalaborwa gate to the Kruger National Park is just 2 km from the town centre.

Limpopo’s mountains and lakes form the sites of ancient civilisations, hot springs and the mystical tribespeople of Modjadji, the Rain Queen. The Great North Road from Pretoria to Zimbabwe runs through Limpopo, long settled by the artistic Venda, North Sotho and Tsonga peoples. For malaria-free game viewing, head straight to the peaceful Waterberg. For history going back millions of years, explore the Makapansgat Valley, with its baboons and vervet monkeys.

In and around the Kruger National Park:

  • Sabi Sand Game Reserve - a private reserve known for having enormous numbers of game and therefore sightings of the Big Five are practically guaranteed. There are lots of five-star luxury camps and reserves within Sabi Sand, ready to pamper guests with elegance, great food and highly qualified guides.
  • Timbavati Private Game Reserve – was once famous for the white lions that were found here. Timbavati offers excellent game viewing and some really magnificent lodges and guest houses. Although game drives are the easiest way to see the most animals, you can also experience the thrill of the bush by doing a bush walk, foot safari or wilderness trail.
  • Thornybush Private Game Reserve - Exclusive lodges offer intimate safari experiences, tailored to needs ranging from family holidays to conferences. Enjoy dinner around the fire after a rewarding day of game viewing.
  • Hoedspruit – home to the Balule Nature Reserve and the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and Cheetah Projects. Stop off at the popular Bombyx Mori Sill Factory on the road to the Blyde River Canyon.

Other nature reserves:

  • Waterberg District – these fern-filled mountains have been named a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. There are at least five game and nature reserves to base yourself in. The Welgevonden Private Game Reserve, Marakele National Park and Mabula Game Reserve are all fantastic places to immerse yourself in the bush, among stunning rivers and valleys, where members of the Big Five roam in their numbers. You might even pick up an artefact dating back to the Stone Age.
  • The Soutpansberg – Your best place to see incredible upside-down baobab trees. Look out for elephants munching the leaves. The Soutpansberg stretches 130 km from west to east through the Northern Limpopo region. In some of the rural villages you will see expert Venda and Tsonga people working on their famous woodcarving, pottery and textiles.

Up in the green mountain ranges:

  • Tzaneen – Beautiful green Tzaneen is set among the mountains. Foodies must visit the decadent nougat factory at Agatha, then pamper themselves with delectable teatime treats at the Coach House.
  • Modjadji Cycad Nature Reserve – A belt of mist has created a strangely fascinating cycad tree forest with some of the oldest cycads on earth. Close by is the kraal of the secretive Balobedi tribe, a matriarchal society ruled by successive rain queens called Modjadji (only women are allowed to enter the homestead).
  • Haenertsberg – A cosy mountain village that’s big on atmosphere. After your day of hiking, kloofing, trout fishing and mountain biking, stop at the local pub, the Atholl Arms. Meet locals and fellow travellers as you play chess or backgammon, sip wine or listen to live jazz. The annual Spring Fair draws quite a crowd and turns the village into a hive of activity.
  • Magoebaskloof - The magic of Magoebaskloof is flaunted during the Azalea Festival, when the valleys explode with colour. If you miss it, not to worry, as the untamed beauty of these forests and waterfalls will reward a hike at any other time.

African cultural experiences:

  • Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape – An absolutely stunning World Heritage Site that was Africa’s first kingdom. You can see remnants of a highly sophisticated ancient civilisation that remained undiscovered until recent times.
  • Makapansgat Caves – North of Mokopane is one of the most significant and exciting paleontological sites in the world. In this once marshy wetland, fossil evidence was found of human-like primates who lived in limestone caves. You can explore the cave system, best done with a guide.