South African winters offer something for everyone, and there are some fantastic places to visit for a family getaway.
Posts Categorized: Limpopo
There’s a chill in the air, the wind seems to howl more than ever and the winter blues starts to kick in. There are some aspects of winter that make you want to stay indoors in front of a roaring fireplace.
Winter has officially hit South Africa, and instead of taking the moody route, we’ve decided to fall in love with our South African winters.
Limpopo means the place of rushing water, and with good reason! The province is well known not only for the enormous river it is named after, but also for the many streams and waterfalls which provide some great adventure opportunities.
Here are the top ten reasons why you just have to take a Sho’t Left and visit this beautiful region for yourself.
Take your loved one on a romantic Sho’t Left this Valentine’s Day. Creating life long memories is as easy as visiting one of the many weekend destinations South Africa has to offer.
It’s National Parks Week at the South African National Parks (SANParks), giving you the perfect opportunity to get in touch with your natural heritage… for free.
We took a Sho’t Left to Limpopo to discover this for ourselves.
5 great reasons to visit South Africa’s national parks Of South Africa’s many national parks, these 10 have something special to offer the first-time visitor Hippo yawns in the Kruger National Park. Image courtesy of Andre 1. To see big game Kruger National Park Without a doubt the jewel in the crown of South… Read more »
Driving through the bush to Sefapane River Lodge, close to the Lowveld town of Phalaborwa in Limpopo province, guide and lodge manager Sascha Hof points out the last of the brittle mopane leaves clinging to almost bare branches. She comments on the startling freshness of the knob thorns in full bloom and the way in which… Read more »