Profile of the Province

The Province may be divided into four basic tourism sub-regions. Common geographical or topographical characteristics identify these different sub-regions although the dividing line between one and the next is seldom clear-cut:

Capricorn
Mookopong (Naboomspruit), Modimolle (Nylstroom), Belabela (Warmbaths), Vaalwater, Marken, Mokopane (Potgietersrus), Haenertsburg

Soutpansberg
Polokwane (Pietersburg), Lebowakgomo, Alldays, Musina, Louis Trichardt and Thohoyandou.

Bushveld
Thabazimbi and Lephalale (Ellisras)

Valley of the Olifants
Giyani, Phalaborwa, Hoedspruit and Gravelotte, Tzaneen and Duiwelskloof.

Overview

Overview

The Golden Horseshoe is the descriptive name applied to the huge arc of unspoiled natural...

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

On 26 March 1898 President Paul Kruger signed a proclamation establishing a sanctuary for wildlife...

Transport

Transport

The Great North Road cuts through Wyllie's Poort immediately north of Louis Trichardt. This pass...

Forestry and Agriculture

Forestry and Agriculture

Cattle The Bushveld is cattle country. Controlled hunting is often combined with ranching. The...

Climate

Climate

The elevation of the Limpopo Province varies from 750m to 1 400m and the annual rainfall from...

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