Limpopo is a South African province bordering Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique known for bushveld and wildlife reserves, including the Waterberg, Marakele, Mabula and Welgevondon. Vast Lowveld plains are interrupted by several mountain ranges rising out of the Highveld plateau and gorges with natural streams and pools running through them. A malaria-free province of perfectly positioned ‘Big 5’ reserves just a few miles from Johannesburg, it makes for a safari experience like no other in South Africa. This landscape filled with mountains and baobabs also gives the opportunity to explore beyond the wildlife and delve into the culture and history of the area with Bushmen Rock Art and fossil-rich caves dating back to early hominids. With so much to experience and a range of safari lodges to appease all travellers, why restrict yourself to just two or three nights?