Located in the northernmost part of South Africa, Limpopo is a land of infinite beauty, with a diversity of both natural and man-made attractions. The province is perhaps best known as the ‘gateway to Africa’ and shares the Kruger National Park with neighbouring Mpumalanga. Although it is a popular tourist destination for game viewing and wilderness adventures, Limpopo is also an ideal destination for those in search of an extraordinary meeting, team build or conference off the beaten track.
The province is divided into five main regions, strategically located according to its cultural inhabitants: Capricorn, Waterberg, Vhembe, Mopani and Sekukuni. It has a rich cultural heritage deeply rooted in the natural world. Described as the ‘garden of Africa’ the province produces tropical fruit like bananas, pineapple and mangoes, and is also the world’s largest producer of platinum. The capital of Polokwane is a vibrant city and noteworthy tourist stopover for those looking for something more than a bush experience.
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