African Travel Concept


The Waterberg district of Limpopo is a natural wonder that features ancient mountains, a rich tapestry of biodiversity, rock art more than a thousand years old and a site of critical archaeological and paleontological importance. Its rolling savannahs make it a popular safari destination where large herds of wildlife are encountered.

Only two hours from Johannesburg by road, it is renowned for its spectacular views which are most evident within the sprawling biosphere reserve. Its pristine bush environment has also precipitated the rise of eco-tourism in this area. There are a number of private game reserves in this area that offer authentic safari experiences.

The Waterberg district is home to therapeutic hot mineral springs around which many of the small towns  developed  including  Bela-Bela and Mookgophong.

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