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Limpopo Wildlife Resorts

  • Waterberg Region The needle of the compass shudders as it swivels resolutely south-west to the Waterberg Region - vast, peaceful, incredibly beautiful and more than three million years old. Situated in the magnificent Waterberg Mountain Range. [read more]
    • D'Nyala ResortD'Nyala Resort Resort type: Self-catering 

      Highlights: Self Game Drives, Wildlife Photography, Birding, Team Building, Conferencing, Hiking

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    • Doorndraai Dam ResortDoorndraai Dam Resort Resort type: Caravan  & Camping

      Highlights: Canoeing/Kayaking, Boating, Fishing, Self Game Drives, Wildlife Photography, Birding, Hiking

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    • Nylsvley Birding LodgeNylsvley Birding Lodge Resort type: Self-catering

      Highlights: Ramsar registered wetland area, Self Game Drives, Birding, Hiking

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    • Rust de Winter Dam ResortRust de Winter Dam Resort Resort type: Caravan and Camping

      Highlights: Boating, Fishing, Self Game Drives, Birding

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    • Mokolo DamMokolo Dam Resort type: Caravan & Camping

      Highlights: Water sports / Boating, Fishing, Birding

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  • Mopani Region The Mopani region in the Lowveld is one of the last unspoilt corners of Africa – vast, unhurried, timeless. The Mopani region has a  river in a valley called the Great Olifants River that meanders through the Kruger National Park forming the southern border of the province, it offers vast expanses that seem untouched by the passage of time and remain unmistakably African. [read more]
    • Hans Merensky ResortHans Merensky Resort This Lowveld bushveld reserve offers two well-signed hiking trails, game viewing and an informative educational centre.

      Highlights: Tsonga Kraal Museum, Eiland Spa

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    • Lekgalameetse ResortLekgalameetse Resort Resort type: Self-catering Accommodation

      Highlights: Self Game Drives, Wildlife Photography, Birding, Team Building, Conferencing, Hiking

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    • Letaba Ranch Letaba Ranch Situated a few kilometres north of Phalaborwa, Letaba Ranch covers just over 42 000ha. Incorporated into the Greater Kruger National Park Conservation Area.

      Highlights: Game viewing

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    • Man'Ombe Wildlife ResortMan'Ombe Wildlife Resort Resort type: Self catering (2 Rooms/Units)

      Highlights: Boating, Fishing, Wildlife Photography, Birding, Education Centre's, Museums, Monuments, Conferencing, Hiking

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    • Modjadji Nature ReserveModjadji Nature Reserve The unique Modjadji Cycad Reserve is named after the successive rain-making queens.

      Highlights: Royal Kraal of Rain Queen dynasty, Birding, Walking trails, Picnicking

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    • Tzaneen Dam ResortTzaneen Dam Resort Resort type: Caravan & Camping

      Highlights: Boating, Fishing, Birding, Mountain Biking

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    • Shona Langa ResortShona Langa Resort Resort type: Caravan and Camping & Self Catering Accommodation

      Highlights: Olifants River

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    • Thabina Nature ReserveThabina Nature Reserve Nestled in the mountains between Lekgalameetse and Wolkberg Nature Reserves, this 1510 ha reserve is located about 40km from Tzaneen.

      Highlights: Fishing, Mountain Biking

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  • Vhembe Region The Vhembe Region is named after the impressive mountain range that stretches for some 130 km from west to east through the region.The area incorporates endless expanses of undulating indigenous bush characterised by the remarkable form of the baobab, wonderful wildlife, a profusion of birds and exciting adventure opportunities. [read more]
    • Acacia ParkAcacia Park Resort type: Self-catering Chalets

      Highlights: Team Building, Conferencing, Shopping, Camping, Caravaning

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    • Eclipse Safari LodgeEclipse Safari Lodge Resort type: Self Catering Tented Camp

      Highlights: Fishing, Self Game Drives, Birding

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    • Mphephu ResortMphephu Resort Resort type: Self Catering Chalets

      Highlights: Birding, Hot Springs, Hiking, Family Resturant, Swimming pool

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    • Nwanedi ResortNwanedi Resort Resort type: Self Catering Accommodation

      Highlights: Fishing, Self Game Drives, Birding, Team Building, Mountain Biking, Hiking

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    • Singo Safari LodgeSingo Safari Lodge Resort type: Self Catering Tented Camp

      Highlights: Self Game Drives, 4x4 Trails, Birding, Hiking, Fishing

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  • Capricorn Region Named after the Tropic of Capricorn, which passes through the northern section of Limpopo, the Capricorn Region stretches lithely from the Ysterberg, along the foothills of the lush Wolkberg Mountains, to the Tropic of Capricorn in the north. It is ideally situated as a stopover between Gauteng and the northern areas of Limpopo and between the northwestern areas of the country and the Kruger National Park. [read more]
    • Blouberg Nature ReserveBlouberg Nature Reserve This unique nature reserve is nestled at the foot of the Blouberg Krans.Here visitors can admire the wolrd’s largest breeding colony of Cape vultures.

      Highlights: Hiking, Game viewing, Birding

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    • Turfloop Nature ReserveTurfloop Nature Reserve This 750 hectare nature reserve is located 25 km North East of Polokwane and its adjacent to the University of Limpopo.

      Highlights: Fish Breeding, Game viewing, Birding

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  • Sekhukhune Region The region is named after King Sekhukhune who was a King of the Marota (commonly known as the Bapedi) in Sekhukhuneland during the 18th century. Sekhukhune is a cross-boarder municipality between Limpopo and Mpumalanga Province. [read more]
    • Tambotie Ridge LodgeTambotie Ridge Lodge Resort type: Self catering chalets

      Highlights: Boating, Fishing, Self Game Drives, Birding, Walking Safaris, Flag Boshielo Dam

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