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The province of Limpopo invites you to explore its natural beauty and to enjoy the company of its lovely people. The province is also known to be South Africa's ''wildest''and ''untamed'' province. Beyond the horizon and sunset, the low-feld stretches out toward Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

Limpopo hosts more than 3, 5 million hectares of national parks and nature reserves, which makes up a great percentage of South Africa's protected land. The Limpopo province, just like the Free State is also known as the breadbasket for South Africa, producing up to 60% of all wheat, maize, fruit and veggies of our country.

The Limpopo province is home to so many different wonderful people and places. The rural women of the province are famous for their African pottery talent, making it a wonderful tourist attraction.

The Limpopo Province welcomes all tourists and locals in true African style.
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Capricorn
A Landscape so beautiful with a combination of blue skies, mountains covered in mist, bushveld and diverse animal and plant life. This is the Capricorn region, in the heart of the Limpopo province.
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Mopani
The Mopani region is Africa at its best, a landscape unspoiled and so amazing you do not want to leave. With the amazing Great Olifants River flowing through the Kruger National Park, forming the southern border of the province, scenery so beautiful you cannot describe. Mopani is to become part of the Great Limpopo Transfortier Park, allowing nature to do its thing, with no fence between the areas.
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Sekhukhune
This region is named after King Sekhukhune and is surely a place that will prosper into something spectacular. Sekhukune is rich in mineral resources. With a sub-tropical climate and the availability of quality water, the area supports a prosperous farming industry, which mainly consists out of tomatoes, pumpkins, wheat, cotton and so the list goes on.
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Vhembe
Named after an impressive mountain range which stretches from west to east through the region, this region is home to amazing opportunities. In the Vhembe region visitors can enjoy the wildlife, and the indigenous bush. Visitors can be sure to become amazed by yet again another spectacular African experience.
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Waterberg
Situated in the spectacular, breathtaking Waterberg Mountain range, with sights so beautiful it leaves you speechless. This Waterberg region is more than three million years old.
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