Limpopo National Park is only one section of the Great Transfrontier Park that includes the great Kruger National Park in South Africa. The GTP spans over one million hectares and covers three countries; Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Mozambique with some of the best custom sightseeing tours in the world.
Safari's and guided tours in Limpopo National Park safari will tick all the boxes if you are looking for adventure. The park is full of gorgeous grasslands, and spectacular savanna's with mountains and waterholes full of lions and mystery. There are three zones in the park; wilderness, tourist, and resource zones which your tour guide will point out while you take a private safari of the park.
There are some awesome tours, Safaris and attractions in Limpopo National Park like the Machampane Wilderness Trail, the Massingir Hiking Trail, and the Machampane tented camp. With so much to choose from you will definitely have the holiday of a lifetime when you travel around and book tours in magical Mozambique. Read More...
Awesome Attractions on Limpopo on Private Custom Assisted Tours
Many of the main touristic attractions in The Limpopo Park are associated with Safaris, but there is a lot of things to see and do apart from going out on a Safari. Mozambique’s has one of the largest water reservoirs in Africa it's called The Massingir Dam, and many park tours include a visit to the reservoir.
There is also a great variety of unique hotels and complexes within the park. You can sleep under the stairs while glamping or have your very own authentic mud hut, all accommodation in the park is up to exceptional standards. The guides have set up the areas with every amenity, and they are prepared for just above anything.
Top Things to Do in Limpopo & Kruger National Park
Suspended meters above the ground with safety harnesses, the Limpopo & Kruger canopy tour is a super. Gliding above the beautiful scenery below you can have a one-off experience you will never forget. Accompanied by a qualified tour guide relating information about the sights, animals, birds and stunning landscape bring your camera to record everything as you will not want to forget a second.
Palala Rhino Sanctuary
Get your camera ready because you will get some of the best wildlife shots of your life. Qualified and trained tour guides will escort you around the sanctuary and are always willing to share their knowledge and help you have a fantastic experience. Your heart will start pumping as you approach these huge animals, but it will be a once in a lifetime never to forgotten experience in a controlled environment.
Situated in Limpopo is the Meropa Casino and Entertainment World which offers a very upmarket casino and an experience that will transcend you into another world. Private casino tours will show you through this state of the art establishment where you can have hours o fun. Stick to a budget and stay at it whether you win or loose, it can be easy to get carried away.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
If you want to get really close to some of the most dangerous animals in the world, then make a visit the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, located at the foot of Drakensberg Mountains near Limpopo Park. This fantastic center, nurses and rehabilitates injured and poisoned wildlife back to health, they rescue orphaned animals and operate breeding programs.
4X4 Kruger Limpopo Trial
An excellent adventure tour to take in the Limpopo and Kruger National Park is the self-drive 4X4 Trail private jeep tour. The circular route is 48-kilometre long and is everything you think it will be. The steep climbs, gravel roads, river beds and sandy stretches offer a diverse experience. The areas to view game safely and to do a bit of bird watching are perfect but watch out it's a bumpy ride so be prepared to be bruised a little.
Kruger Walking Safari
If you love a bit of adventure and excitement, then a safari park walking tour is for you. There are a wide variety of walking tours to choose from with specialist qualified guides. The most popular Big Five Tour includes a visit to one of the elevated viewing decks. On the tours, you might catch sight of a giraffe, hippo or one of the many wild dogs. Be camera ready and follow the health and safety procedures do not stray away from your group.
Nestled between the Luvuvhu River and Limpopo is the Parfuri Camp, which offers guests lovely tented accommodation and private guided tours. This tour is great if you want to be in a small group as the camp can only cater for about 50 guests. Daytime can be spent exploring the wonders of the park and at night camp out by the fire with al-fresco eating and drinks from the bush bar on site.
Machampane Wilderness Camp
Machampane Wilderness Camp private sightseeing day and night tours are perfect while staying in The Limpopo Transfrontier Park area. Secluded and unfenced the camp gives tourists a great opportunity to see the real African bush and how the animals interact. Morning and evening excursions with an armed ranger and tour guide are an excellent way to see the animals come to life with the early morning sun.
Elephant Back Safari
Imagine swaying through the bush on the back of one of the most magnificent and placid animals in the world. Elephant Back Safaris are a unique and unforgettable way to go on a private sightseeing tour around the Limpopo National Park. While you are sitting on comfortable seats attached to the elephants back watch as the amazing handler guides these animals on this Limpopo tour.
Rhino Tracking Safari
Take a Rhino Tracking Safari through Kruger and Limpopo National Parks and discover some of nature’s hidden wonders and treasures. Walking tours are specially tailored with specialist qualified guides who are happy to share their knowledge with you about Rhinos and general bush life. The adrenaline burst you get when you come across a pack of rhino is an experience you will never want to be forgotten.
Travel Tips for Limpopo And Kruger Parks
Best Time To Visit Limpopo And Kruger Parks
This region of the world has the climate that allows for all year round travel. Limpopo does have a semi-tropic climate, and many travelers like to go from May to November for cooler temperatures. December to April is mainly the rainy season, and while there may be downpours they do not last long, and you are guaranteed the sun will shine again during the day so booking private safari tours at any time of the year is ok.
Typical Costs in Limpopo And Kruger Parks
Limpopo tours are as reasonable as other regions in the Great Transfrontier Park but still suitably priced to stick to a budget. Accommodation for two people in the park can run on an average of US$100.00 per day. Costs for eating on safari are included but budget about US$30.00 per person for a 3-course meal in most restaurants. Check with your tour guide for a couple of different recommendations on restaurants and safari tours.
Know Before Visiting Limpopo And Kruger Parks
Research Mozambique before traveling to this region of the world and book any safaris or guided tours you would like to do before you arrive in the country. Try to compare prices and take your time booking as there is a lot of tours and safaris on offer so make sure the one you book ticks all the boxes. Check your documents when traveling to Africa, make sure your passports and visas are valid and have the exact dates for arrival and departure time.
Weather in Limpopo And Kruger Parks
Limpopo National Park has a climate of wet semi-tropical climate, the summers here are very mild, humid and somewhat there is rain with little thunderstorms. The temperatures can hit 27 degrees Celsius, but surprisingly Spring is hotter with temperatures averaging about 30 degrees Celsius. January has the most rain and the driest months are June and July with temperatures averaging about 7 - 10 degrees Celsius.