Considered the gateway province to the rest of Africa with close borders to Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, Limpopo is a perfect tourist destination. Its stunning self-drive routes that incorporate the northern parts of South Africa and the sandy white Mozambican beaches are worth the trip.
Assistant General Manager of the Fusion Hotel, Janine Bornman tells us why.
“What sets the Limpopo apart from the rest of the country is most certainly the people. Travellers and business guests would confirm that the warmth and hospitality and the high levels of service given by the Limpopo people is what you would remember most. Come and experience this yourself.”
There is also some history tucked away to discover says Janine. “The Mapangubwe World Heritage Site is one of the best-known Iron-Age sites in South Africa and harbors evidence of the first signs of a class distinctive society in the country. The fact that ancient civilizations were living and trading with beautiful ornaments and jewelry in such a sophisticated manner is really intriguing.”
The Limpopo is a great venue for a conference too. “The capital city of Polokwane is situated near to Johannesburg and on the N1 highway and is a convenient meeting point for government meetings and events or large corporate companies that has set up head offices and satellite offices in the booming province. Because of the unique and diverse personality of Limpopo, the province offers tailored conferencing facilities and venues that create unique bushveld backdrops or luscious over the top inner city conferencing scenes. With a large demand for weekend or destination getaways the vast selection of game farms and bush lodges offer an entertaining array of activities such as drumming under the Limpopo skies and traditional fares around the camp fire at night.”
Apart from beautiful savanna bushveld this province has become known for the unmistakable beautiful Limpopo sunsets.