Limpopo is the northernmost province in South Africa and borders Botswana to the west, Zimbabwe to the north and Mozambique to the east. A favourite destination for leisure and adventure travellers, Limpopo offers a diverse range of activities and attractions coupled with spectacular contrasting landscapes.
The provincial capital is Polokwane and other important towns include Phalaborwa and Thabazimbi, both major mining towns, as well as Tzaneen and Bela-Bela. With the northern half of the Kruger National Park lying in the eastern part of Limpopo, and 54 private nature reserves along with a number of luxury game lodges, the province has a thriving tourism industry.
The area is rich in natural beauty, wildlife and culture. A summer-rainfall region, the northern and eastern areas are subtropical with hot and humid summers and mist in the mountains while winter is mild and mostly frost-free.