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Limpopo Province

With its typical African landscape, Limpopo is a land of beautiful contrasts and a favourite destination for leisure and adventure travelers worldwide. When you visit this region of scenic beauty and dramatic contrasts you will be celebrating their rich cultural heritage with them. This land with an abundance of wildlife and many archeological sites, hot savannah planes and mist clad mountains, makes it the preferred Eco-tourism destination in South Africa.

The Mapungubwe Route

The Kingdom of Mapungubwe was a pre-colonial state in Southern Africa located at the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo rivers, south of Great Zimbabwe. The name is derived from either TjiKalanga and Tshivenda. The name means "Hill of Jackals".

The Mapungubwe Landscape was declared a World Heritage Site on the 3rd July 2003 because this is where the "Golden Rhino" and other treasures were discovered that revealed a civilization capable of working gold and who traded with several countries.

The Mapungubwe Route is also the road to South Africa's newest national park, the Mapungubwe National Park which incorporates the World Heritage Site. The view point offers a vista where three countries, Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa meet, as well as impressive sandstone cliffs, mopane bushveld and magnificent views of the Limpopo River.

Soutpansberg

Soutpansberg is a range of mountains in far northern South Africa. It is located in Vhembe District, Limpopo. It is named for the salt pan located at its western end.

The impressive Soutpansberg lies about 130 kilometers from east to west and the highest peak is Letsumbe at 1747 meters. This mountain-salt pan mountain- got its name from a salt pan which has been the source of the salt for this region for centuries. The road to the North weaves its way through the mountain range whilst treating the tourist with ever changing views of the mountains, woods and far away planes. The Limpopo River flows through this natural basin, giving life to more than 500 species, a series of farming villages and a high concentration of leopards. Large Baobab trees, spread over the warm, dry Lowveld landscape, are the rulers of this bushveld region.

Extreme 19th hole - by helicopter

One of Golf's best experiences. The hole drop 400 meters off a mountain to a green shaped like Africa.

This championship golf course which was designed by eighteen of the world's top golfers offers a spectacular Extreme 19th hole which is the longest and most dramatic Par 3 in the world. Golfers have a choice of playing this challenging hole in addition to their round of 18 holes, or as a unique experience on its own.

The extreme 19th hole - Accessible only by helicopter, the 19th hole is set high up on the impressive Hangklip Mountain. The par 3 hole is played from a vertical height of 430 metres, and golfers have the opportunity of teeing off from one of three tee boxes, high up on the escarpment. Four separate cameras and the latest tracking equipment, enables the golfer to follow and capture the tee shot and the flight of the ball.

Bela-Bela Hot Springs

Bela-Bela calming hot springs is situated in the Waterberg Region of the Limpopo Province.

The hot springs of Bela- Bela, meaning “boiling – boiling” in the Tswana Language is set in the foothills of the beautiful Waterberg Mountains. They were originally used for healing purposes by the Tswana people hundreds of years ago.

The natural spring water rises to the surface at a temperature of 53 degrees centigrade. You can head to the charming historic town in the Waterberg bushveld, Bela-Bela, previously known as Warmbaths, which offers relaxing hot springs to swim in, mountains to climb and hike and unspoilt landscapes. Birds, from ducks, sand pipers and kingfishers to storks, buzzards and fish eagles, are the main attraction at the nearby Nylsvley Nature Reserve. A haven for bird watching with load of photo opportunities.