Travel to the Lowveld and along the Panorama Route, through the Blyde River Canyon. Then visit Modjadji Cycad Forest that is home to the hereditary Modjadji Rain Queen before visiting Letaba Ranch Provincial Park, adjoining the Kruger Park, known for large herds of elephant and buffalo.
Visit the Soutpansberg where the baobab is the symbol that stands resolute in the magnificence of this expansive landscape. The UNESCO Vhembe Biosphere Reserve is characterised by myths and legends of the vhaVenda people and is awash with the vivid colour of blue skies, and prolific wildlife.
Enjoy a community homestay and local activities in Makushu village. Visit the almost untouched remains of the palace sites in Mapungubwe, that developed into the largest kingdom on the sub-continent before it was abandoned in the 14th century. Hike in the mountains.
Visit the majestic Makgabeng Plateau and equally impressive neighbour the Blouberg. View ancient rock art paintings dating back to the first African ancestors to ever inhabit and walk on the African landscape. Your adventure completes in the savannah Waterberg Biosphere Reserve.
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