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Limpopo is the northernmost province of South Africa.
The capital is Polokwane, formerly named Pietersburg.
The province was formed from the northern region of Transvaal Province in 1994, and initially named Northern Transvaal.
The Echo Caves is situated in Limpopo, South Africa in the Northern region of the Drakensberg range.
The Caves are 15km West of the Strydom Tunnel and 26km North of Ohrigstad on the Lydenburg/Tzaneen road.
Echo Caves, South Africa
Manoutsa or J.G Strijdom Tunnel
The 132,3m tunnel, named after a former Prime Minister, J.G. Strijdom was opened on the 8th of May 1959 and is on the Abel Erasmus Pass.
J.G Strijdom Tunnel
J.G. Strijdom Scenery
Tufa Waterfalls are rare in South Africa, and as far as we know, this is the only one which can be viewed from a public road.
On the R36 north of Ohrigstad/Blyde Canyon (Abel Erasmus Pass), park at the viewpoint at the southern end of the J G Strydom Tunnel.
Percy Fyfe Conservancy
This small bushveld reserve is located between Mokopane and Polokwane and functions as a breeding ranch for roan antelope and disease-free buffalo.
Mokopane, South Africa
Mokopane or Potgietersrus (officially renamed from Potgietersrus to Mokopane in 2003), is a town in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
The town was established by the Voortrekkers
and named Potgietersrus after the Voortrekker leader Piet Potgieter.
The name was changed to Mokopane in 2003.
South Africa Village in the Limpopo
South Africa Village
Limpopo, South Africa