Limpopo is the northernmost province in South Africa and is famous for its eco-tourism. Amongst a backdrop of Baobab trees you will find some of South Africa’s most impressive wildlife and fauna. In Limpopo province there are over 50 nature reserves. One of these reserves is the D’Nyala Nature Reserve located 15 kilometers from Lephalale. Here you can spot more than 60 mammal species including zebras, giraffes, leopards, hyenas and white rhinos. Bela-Bela is a town in the Limpopo province known for its hot springs and mineral baths. The springs, which are said to ease rheumatism and arthritis, have made Bela-Bela a popular resort town. Mapungubwe in the Limpopo province of South Africa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
EasyToBook.com has discount hotels and accommodation in Limpopo for those travelers ready to unlock the magic of this region. Mapungubwe was the largest kingdom on the sub-continent before being deserted in the 14th century. At the site, visitors can see the remains of palaces and settlements. Just outside the town of Mokopane are stunning ancient caves which are decorated with paintings. There is much to see and do in Limpopo and it is all easily accessed through arrival in Johannesburg.