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Limpopo Accommodation

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A Diverse Landscape - Unlimited Possibilities

Known as The Great North, the Limpopo Province is the gateway to sub-Saharan Africa, bordering three African countries, namely Botswana, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. It is a diverse landscape of bushveld, savanna, semi-desert, and subtropical vegetation.

The Limpopo Province has many attractions including historical sites such as the relics of the Stone Age San, and abundant nature reserves. The northern section of the Kruger National Park forms the provinces eastern border and boasts the 'Big Five', crocodile, hippo and many antelope species. Found mainly north of the Soutpansberg Range and a distinctive feature of the province is the baobab tree of which some are thought to be over 3000 years old.

Sports enthusiasts will find a wealth of opportunities from a canoe adventure on the Limpopo River to hiking or climbing the mountainous terrain of the Soutpansberg. The province allows for seasonal hunting of animals that would otherwise have been culled for population control. A multitude of well-stocked streams will provide endless fishing opportunities for the avid angler and for the less adventurous, many of the towns offer facilities for bowls, golf, swimming and tennis to name a few. Equally popular, especially for relaxation, are the mineral baths of the province's hot springs.

A visit to this ancient land teeming with wildlife, embracing historic cultures and offering a myriad of outdoor adventures will not be easily forgotten.

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A majestic Baobab (Adansonia digitata). A common sight in the northern region of Limpopo. This example is in the Mapungubwe National Park
The blue wildebeest is a herbivore, feeding primarily on the short grasses. It forms herds which move about in loose aggregations, the animals being fast runners and extremely wary
A grove of Sekhukhuni euphorbias on a clifftop at Voortrekkerbad, Limpopo
Vivid green colour of a Flap-Necked Chameleon. Once plentiful, these beautiful creatures are becoming scarce
The Limpopo river as seen from Crook's Corner in the Kruger National Park (Limpopo). Straight ahead is Mozambique. Across the river is Zimbabwe
The Nile crocodile or common crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus). Taken on the banks of the Palau River, Limpopo
Water Monitor along Sand River, Soutpansberg, Limpopo
A wonder tree with long roots curling around large rocks in the Ga-Mampa Valley, Limpopo
Elephants enjoying themselves at the river's edge at the Legends Game Reserve, Limpopo
Young zebra with mother. Stripes come in different patterns, unique to each individual in the same way a fingerprint is unique to us humans
From an abandoned building in Leydsdorp, a former gold rush town...
...to modern buildings like the Mall of the North in Polokwane
The Waterberg flat lizard eats mainly insects, but will sometimes eat plants. It lives in small family groups and breeds in summer, when two eggs are produced
A young male Southern tree agama at Steenbokpan, Limpopo. They are classic ambush foragers which spend only some 4% of their time moving
Despite it's name, the striped-bellied sand snake (Psammophis subtaeniatus) is comfortable in trees. It is classed as "mildly venomous" or "semi-poisonous"
"Young" Baobab trees growning on a rocky outcrop in the Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo
The meerkat or suricate is a small carnivoran belonging to the mongoose family. A group of meerkats is called a "mob", "gang" or "clan". A meerkat clan often contains about 20 meerkats, but some super-families have 50 or more members
Views galore in the Waterberg region, Limpopo
A dam fine view at Doorndraai Dam Nature Reserve, Limpopo
Birds of Limpopo: Malachite Sunbird, Nectarinia famosa, at Marakele National Park, Limpopo
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The Entabeni Game Reserve. Entabeni means 'place of the mountain', is a 220 km2 (85 sq mi) private reserve situated in the Waterberg region in Limpopo
Birds of Limpopo: Pearl-spotted Owlet, Glaucidium perlatum, at Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo
This enormous baobab is located on the Sunland Farm. One study carbon-dated the tree and found it to be an estimated 1,060 years old, although other tests have suggested it is much older. It is 22 metres high and 47 metres in circumference
Birds of Limpopo: Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill, Tockus leucomelas at Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo
The Lanner Gorge is located in the North of the Kruger National Park. It forms a boundary between the Kruger National Park to the South and the Makuleke Concession to the North. Carved by the Luvuvhu River, it is 150m deep in places
Birds of Limpopo: Red-billed firefinch, Lagonosticta senegala, at Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo
Birds of Limpopo: African Hoopoe, Upupa africana (Upupa epops) at Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo
African rock python. Africa's largest snake and one of the six largest snake species with specimens approaching or exceeding 6 m (20 ft) in length.
Birds of Limpopo: Marico sunbird, Cinnyris mariquensis (male) at Marakele National Park, Limpopo
Spotted hyena cubs. The spotted hyena has an extensive vocal range, with the loud "who-oop" call along with the maniacal laughter among the most recognisable sounds of Africa
Birds of Limpopo: Diederik cuckoo, Chrysococcyx caprius, at Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo
It's a pool party, and all elephants are invited!
Birds of Limpopo: A Burchell's Coucal (Centropus burchellii) in Limpopo
Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus). Males typically weigh 198–262 kg (437–578 lb) and females 161–214 kg (355–472 lb). The long, spiral horns, present only on males, curve backward, then forward and are 55–99 cm (22–39 in) long
Birds of Limpopo: Grey Go-away-bird (Corythaixoides concolor). Especially when disturbed, they make their presence known by their characteristically loud and nasal "kweh" or "go-way" calls, with the last syllable typically a descending drawl
Although capable of fighting (males fight aggressively during the mating season), the common warthog's primary defense is to flee by means of fast sprinting. However, a female warthog with piglets, will defend them very aggressively
Knob Fig (Ficus sansibarica) over Olifants River, Olifants Camp, Kruger National Park
White rhino/square-lipped rhino. A popular theory of the origins of the name "white rhino" is due to a mistranslation. The word "white" is said to have been derived by the mistranslation of the Dutch word "wijd", which means "wide" in English
The Sandrivier range near Vaalwater constitutes one section of the Waterberg escarpment. It consists of coarse grained, yellow, cross-bedded sandstone
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