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You will visit: Kruger National Park


5-Day Fote Safari - Kruger Park South Africa

You will visit: Kruger National Park, Balule Natural Park


4-Day Safari - Kruger & Surrounds, South Africa

You will visit: Dinokeng, The Lion Park, Elephant Sanctuary, Bush Babies Sanctuary


3-Day Safari - On The Wild Side - Direct Interaction

You will visit: Johannesburg, Kruger NP, Hazyview, Blyde River Canyon, More


5-Day Your Dream Safari - Wonderful Kruger Park

You will visit: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Swaziland, Kruger National Park


5-Day Safari - Kruger Park, Panorama & Swaziland

You will visit: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Blyde River Canyon, Hazyview, More


15-Day Safari & Best Of S. A. Cape Town Kruger & Panorama

Johannesburg, Pilanesberg GR, Sun City


4-Day Safari Pilanesberg & Sun City Entertainment

You will visit: Johannesburg, Ukhahlamba, Himeville, Sani Pass, More


7-Day Safari - Scenery & History

You will visit: Pretoria, Kruger NP, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi GR, Isimangaliso, More


10-Day Safari With Lifetime Memories

You will visit: Pretoria, Kruger NP, Visit Historical & Cultural sites, Game Viewing on route, More


9-Day Safari - Kruger National Park Heritage Tour

Mapungubwe National Park

We offer various safari and tour packages to the Mapungubwe National Park. We can also create a custom tour package that will suit your needs best.   

Information about Mapungubwe National Park

The Mapungubwe National Park in the Limpopo Province of South Africa is on the Mapungubwe Hill, where the international borders between South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana meet. Since the site was discovered in 1933, numerous research and news reports have told the story of Mapungubwe, a flourishing Iron Age metropolis on the Limpopo River ruled by an African king almost a thousand years ago.

Mapungubwe is a National Monument and therefore the cultural objects from these sites have been proclaimed as part of a specifically declared heritage collection.

The Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape became South Africa’s fifth World Heritage site in July 2003 and in May 2004 it was officially announced as Mapungubwe National Park. The remains of this ancient society, now known as the Kingdom of Mapungubwe, lay forgotten for more than seven centuries until, in the early 1930’s, a local resident revealed their existence to the University of Pretoria.

Today, the Mapungubwe Museum at the University of Pretoria promotes the largest archaeological gold collection in Sub-Saharan Africa. Viable populations of lion, leopard, elephant, cheetah and spotted hyena occur in the area. The habitat is suitable for both white and black rhinoceros. The permanent pools in the Limpopo offer refuge to crocodile and hippopotamus, as well as a variety of indigenous fish species. Bird life is widely recognised to be amongst the best in the country.

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