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A frontier town that's still looking for its destiny – Mokopane (previously Potgietersrus) was established by the Voortrekkers in 1852 as Vredenburg. Its early history is one of conflict. This was followed by happier times as a thriving agricultural...
It's arguably Limpopo's friendliest town and certainly one of the province's more wealthy.  If you want to explore South Africa, it must be in your itinerary.  You'll get a glimpse of Africa you won't find anywhere else.  This is...
This is arguably Limpopo's gem.  The scenery is stunning, the people are friendly and geared to tourism, there are great pubs and restaurants, and there is a wide variety of things to do.
Phalaborwa claims to be the tourist capital of Limpopo, and four things do set it apart. The gate to Kruger National Park is only 800m from the town, it has one of the nicest airports anywhere, Hans Merensky...
Mopani
Route 71 takes you from the capital of Limpopo, Polokwane, to Phalaborwa, on the border of the Kruger National Park. The entrance to the park is, in fact, only about 100m from the town. It's a short drive...
Poulation of just over 300,00 and the highest density in Limpopo. In the 1840s, Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Potgieter established Zoutpansbergdorp, a town 100 km to the north west. This settlement had to be...
The decision to form a town at Tzaneen was taken in 1918 and the town was established the following year. It was only in 1924, however, that it was proclaimed a town. ...
The Waterberg Plateau is home to the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve and one of the world’s last unspoilt wilderness areas.  It is the world's only savanna biosphere reserve. The Waterberg Region includes the towns of Bela Bela...
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