Limpopo (UK: /lɪmˈpoʊpoʊ/) is the northernmost province of South Africa. It is named after the Limpopo River, which forms the province's western and northern borders. The name "Limpopo" has its etymological origin in the Northern Sotho language word diphororo tša meetse, meaning "strong gushing waterfalls". The capital is Polokwane (formerly Pietersburg).
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5 based on 379 reviews
Offering way more than the usual “Touch and Feed’ elephant experience, Adventures With Elephants offer unique intimate hands-on educational elephant interactions, elephant-back Safaris, swims on elephants, starlight Safaris as well as tailor-made events such as weddings, team-building, corporate functions and filming. Info:Adventures With Elephants is an educational elephant interaction facility / venue located on a beautiful 300 hectare wildlife reserve. AWE is situated an hour’s drive north from Pretoria and is a short 35 km from Bela Bela off the R516 on the D1000 adjacent to the Zebula Country Club. Adventures With Elephants is managed by the Hensman family who have been privileged to have lived and worked with elephants since 1988 and as such offer unrivaled elephant experiences.
The experience was amazing and very fun and informative.
David was extremely knowledgeable about all the elephants and their behavior in the wild and at their current habitat. The staff were professional and friendly. What an really awesome experience!!! Not to be missed!!!! Would really love to do it again!!! Hopefully they will be able to raise awareness about these amazing creatures and ensure their existence for all generations to enjoy!!!!
5 based on 117 reviews
This is the real deal....the whole process of getting primates damaged by us humans back to release into the wild in social groupings...the interaction with the babies at the end of our visit was heart melting, and seeing those too damaged to be released living...Morethank you for visiting XXX
5 based on 107 reviews
On arrival at Serondella we were met by our host Monica and Chewy....personality plus++++ What a lovely Camp....our rooms were spacious and looked out on the watering hole where we spent many hours watching the different animals come and drink...the baboons were especially entertaining...food and hospitality was amazing along with the animals... we saw the super 7....
4.5 based on 903 reviews
Spent the morning looking at the wonderful collection of animals. It’s so clear that the staff have a passion and commitment to their work. The tour was not only informative but the humour of our host was a pleasant extra. We visited the museum and that really brings home how our actions effect the wildlife.
4.5 based on 154 reviews
If you want to see Black Rhinos, this is the place. Particularly baby Rhinos - about the most appealing creature I have ever seen!
4.5 based on 825 reviews
HESC focuses on the conservation of rare, vulnerable or endangered animals. Cheetah Conservation is one of the core disciplines. HESC has established itself as one of the leading private research and breeding facilities for endangered species in the country. Governed by a progressive and modern management approach, it concerns itself with the breeding and maintenance of several endangered indigenous wildlife species in southern Africa. The centre places particular emphasis on the breeding and maintenance of cheetah in captivity. The excellent condition of these animals and the premises on which they are maintained, reflect the attention to detail, which is the hallmark of this facility. STANDARD TOUR The duration of each tour is 2 hours. Enables the visitor to have sufficient time to ask questions to the guide and do an in-depth tour of the centre. Please note that our first tour can include the cheetah run, however bookings are essential. Prior Reservations are essential.
The animals are in large compounds. An informative guide drives you through the park. Apart from the cheetahs we really enjoyed seeing the baby elephant and baby rhino.Dear Max Thank you for taking the time to submit a review on your visit to the centre. We are glad you enjoyed your experience especially the baby Elephant and baby Rhino. Kindest regards The HESC team
4.5 based on 387 reviews
The thought of getting up close and personal with an animal which has been recorded as the most dangerous animal, killing the most human beings statistically was pretty daunting...But laying eyes on the mighty Jessica and hearing her story being told with so much heartfelt emotion, made any level of fear or anxiety totally dissipate.
It was an absolutely awesome experience being able to feed, stroke and actually kiss this magnificent creature! An absolute must-do in the Hoedspruit area!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
We did not stay at this lodge but went on an afternoon game drive in this beautiful game reserve and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. What made it stand out from all of the game drives we've been on was the quality of interaction and engagement...MoreDear Loren S, Thank you for taking time to review your activity with us. We are pleased that you found the game drive enjoyable and hope to have you return.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
The serenity around this place is breathtaking. My wife wanted us to stay for more days, just to enjoy the beautiful scenes. The sounds and sights are incredible. Everyone should come to this place incase you are in South africa.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
Camp site 4 or 5 must be one of the nicest with the big Nala Tree providing shade, the park is split in two. A western and eastern side, on the eastern side you can see the confluence of the two rivers with Botswana and Zimbabwe in the back ground. There is also a tree top walk among Fever trees. On the western side which seems a lot more wilder we saw plenty elephants, the area is small and may take 1,5 hours to drive through, there also a very nice hide where you could spend a lot of time.
Don't forget to visit the Museum to see the golden rhino.
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