Whether you want to spend your time wildlife spotting, visiting interesting museums or just relaxing, the Limpopo Province is a wonderful spot for a breakaway. A holiday rental home in the Limpopo Province will provide you with all of the comforts of home. Each home in nicely appointed, so you will only need to bring your clothes in order to have everything that you need. Consider the Limpopo Province your home away from home!
Explore the many nature reserves such as Ben Albert’s 2000 hectacre offering. Here you will see a variety of wildlife including white rhinoceroses, giraffes, zebras and blue wildebeests. The Entabeni Game Reserve is a malaria-free location where wildlife can be seen. You can view the lions and other wildlife from a car, on horseback or, for a bird’s eye view, from a helicopter.
There are plenty of interesting attractions and museums to keep you busy. It is a good idea to choose a few as a backup plan in case it rains during your stay. The Arend Dieperink Museum is located inside an old school house. This museum features exhibits that tell the story of the region and people who live here. The High Exton Photographic Museum features more than 23,000 photographs that were taken from 1892 through 1945. One of the most interesting stops for one who is interested in history would likely be the Masorini Village Museum. This restored village from the Stone Age provides a glimpse into what life would have been like in the region many, many years ago. You should also plan to see the Giant Baobab tree. This is the widest tree in the entire world. You can even stop inside the trunk for a drink before continuing on your way.
The weather is warm all year. There is a bit of a fluctuation in the temperatures from the summer, which lasts from October through March, and the winter, which is from June through August. The summer average temperature is 27° C. The winter average temperatures are only slightly cooler at between 20° and 22° C. There is some rain each month with most occurring during the time period of November through January and the least from June until August.
Those travelling to the Limpopo Province typically fly into Pietersburg Airport (PTG), which is just 15 km away. Another option is the Tzaneen Airport (LTA), which is a longer drive at 87 km away.