The Epic Story of Love Limpopo

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Travelling along dusty roads and sleeping under a blanket of a million stars, the tales written in the landscape of Limpopo are matched only by the stories etched on the faces of those you meet along the way. For us, Love Limpopo came into being because of a deep love for the people and places in this incredible province. We wanted to celebrate the true spirit of the culture, the deep and ancient rhythm of its collective heritage and the inspiring people who make their home in some of the most spectacular landscapes of our country.
Love Limpopo is not just a marketing platform to help the traveler to find responsible accommodation and immersive cultural, nature, wildlife and adventure experiences in the province…. it is a movement… a way to connect the threads of our ecosystem, live better and build a more sustainable tourism landscape. The journey of Love Limpopo over the past two years has been incredible, as owners of lodges, restaurants and breweries committed to supporting the Love Limpopo platform through a membership subscription not just for the exposure on another travel website but because they wanted to be part of more lyrical but relevant story… to make a difference. The artists and crafters, the community campsites and bird guides, everyone is essential because they make our fabric richer and stronger.
Become part of this epic love story, check out our website, www.lovelimpopo.com for incredible things to do in Magoebaskloof and across the province. Meet brew master, Luca Tooley and take a beer tour at the Northern-most Craft Brewery, Zwakala; get an adrenalin-rush on the Magoebaskloof Canopy Tour over gorges and waterfalls; meet Nipper Thompson and share in his passion for cheese making at Wegraakbosch Organic Cheese Farm; go birding with the country’s top local Bird Guides in the Woodbush Forest; hike the Wolkberg wilderness; pick your own blueberries; enjoy BaPedi culture at GaMalahlela village experience; have a picnic at Sequoia Garden Retreat, Debengeni Waterfalls or Cheerio Gardens or connect with world-renowned artists and crafters on the Ribola Art Route.
Follow Love Limpopo on Facebook or Instagram and fall in love with Limpopo!
Connect with us on 011 083 8280 or connect@lovelimpopo.com

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