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Limpopo (Detailed) Map

Limpopo and Gauteng Detailed Map

Wide open spaces, dramatic mountain ranges and sacred lakes create the diverse Limpopo Province of South Africa.
While enjoying a Limpopo holiday enjoy some of the leisure and action activities available at the following places:
Go hiking, kloofing, trout fishing and biking from this small mountain village, followed by a deliciously prepared pepper trout at the local pub.
Known for the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and Cheetah Projects. While in the region, stop by at the popular Bombyx Mori Silk Factory on the road to the Blyde River Canyon.
The magic of Magoebaskloof is best revealed during the annual Azalea Festival in September, when mountains and valleys are a bloom of colour. Sip a morning cuppa superb South African tea at the Wheelbarrow Tea Garden, with farm animals and fabulous gardens throughout the area.
Visit the unique and unusual Baobab Pub which as the name suggests is situated in an enormous baobab tree in the area.
Soutpansberg Mountains
Near Makhado (Louis Trichardt) this is a great base from which to discover the Venda and Shangaan cultures and explore the art and craft route. Excellent birding opportunities abound.
Sandton (including Rivonia, Bryanston, Morningside, Inanda, Chartwell)
Sip a cappuccino in Nelson Mandela Square and marvel at the 6-meter tall bronze statue of the iconic statesman – and remember as you do, that the Rivonia farm where Nelson Mandela and other freedom fighters were arrested in 1963 is not far from here. Today Lilliesleaf is home to an outstanding museum, where visitors can witness how the Rivonia Trialists were captured by the police.
The Randburg Waterfront is centered around a little lake and is a popular after work drinking haunt.  The area is full of businesses - including many large media and television companies. Darronwood, Cresta and Northcliff are suburbs of Randburg.
At one stage in its past Fourways was a rural area centred around a four-way stop street.  No more!  Today, Fourways is a sprawling suburban landscape of townhouses and cluster homes and is also home to Johannesburg’s most popular casino – Montecasino.