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Mapungubwe National Park

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+27 12 428 9111
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Brilliant SANS park

This is a gem! Fantastic park with beautiful walkways, picnic areas and outstanding camps. We... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
410Why
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Johannesburg, South Africa
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Amazing wildlife, friendly staff, infrastructure challenging

It is a bit of a drive from Joburg, but worth the trip big time. The landscape is like from a... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
CharlesBern
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Bern, Switzerland
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“limpopo river” (13 reviews)
“leokwe camp” (8 reviews)
“baobab trees” (6 reviews)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a gem! Fantastic park with beautiful walkways, picnic areas and outstanding camps. We stayed at Vembe Camp - absolutely stunning. Just one comment, steep walk from car park to chalet to carry everything a challenge for older people. Maybe some clever arrangement to...More

Thank 410Why
Reviewed 5 September 2017

It is a bit of a drive from Joburg, but worth the trip big time. The landscape is like from a different planet, with Baobabs scattered all over. The wildlife is impressive. Within a few hours we saw a leopard, a big hyena and a...More

1  Thank CharlesBern
Reviewed 2 September 2017

It was good to visit this wonderful cultural landscape. The park is clean. I stayed at Leokwe camp , the chalets are nice and clean.I enjoyed the tour to the Mapungubwe hill. The tour guide was professional and patient as we were climbing up and...More

Thank preciouss282
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

The Limpopo Forest camp on the western side of the park consists of 8 luxury ( in my opinion) tents, very large rooms, two beds, large bathroom and kitchen, and enclosed braai area. The camp is hardly fenced. Be warned, the bush at night isn't...More

1  Thank nikkijane2016
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Roads pretty good getting there, a few expected potholes. All staff were helpful, friendly, professional and passionate. An amazing landscape that photo's don't do justice for. Loved the guided tour up Mapungubwe Hill but best of all was a sunset game drive. Excellent sightings. An...More

Thank Kate W
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

The 2 hour Heritage tour is educational. I learnt a lot about the history of Mapungubwe. Enjoyed the views of the Shade river and Limpopo river at the Confluence viewing points. The tree top walk is absolutely amazing.

1  Thank Kgabo K
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Awesome park with beautiful scenery. A high ground clearance vehicle will add to your experience, as then you can drive their eco routes. Be prepare to be amazed! Only negative thing is the lack of good maps and the Western section is a little confusing,...More

3  Thank henk510
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

This was an unexpected treasure. We stayed in the Limpopo Forest tented Camp. The tent was spacious and clean and had everything that we needed. The park itself has a few surprises- the treetop walkway was a really beautiful and a lovely walk. The Maloutsa...More

1  Thank Hestie C
Reviewed 21 March 2017

An amazing experience ! We saw only a few animals, this is the nature and the way it is ! The ranger advised to try a night drive (as from 19h30) to have a better chance. We drove through the park by ourself one time,...More

Thank karen_schmutz
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Mapungubwe National Park in the far north of South Africa is a place that will delight your senses. The red rock formations and grassed valleys combine with the confluence of two great rivers, the Limpopo and Sashi rivers (which were in full flood when we...More

3  Thank wildguide
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mokgehlem
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Response from peta_kofi | Reviewed this property |
I'm not too sure if there's hiking, as we didn't do any. Check out the Sanparks website, they'll have more info
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