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Limpopo is a beautiful province, rural and surrounded by an abundance of natural wild life, birds and various indigenous plant species. It has a wealth of history that has shaped its foundations to the rest of the world. It is overall a wonderful destination for a holiday or simply a retreat to experience the creatures of the wild from a closer point of view and simply discover nature at its finest.

You too can experience a Limpopo lodge getaway for your next holiday plans. There is a wealth of luxury, rustic and homely holiday accommodations to suit every traveller and visitor’s pocket. From self-catering B&B’s to 5 star accommodation, you will find just what you need and more from this wonderful South African Province. 

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Here at Mulati Safari Camp we are extremely previlage to live right on nature's door step. We constantly see game close to camp but we never able to see youngsters like the star of our YouTube video today. Nyala's are found in South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Swaziland. Ofter confused with their bigger cousins, the Kudu, Nyala's are quite shy animals who tends to live in the thickets than in the open plains.

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The Sable breeding project was introduced to Mulati Safari Camp, Limpopo, South Africa. It was an initiative taken to expand on the already diverse antelope species available to see on the property. A start-up herd of females, female calves and one bull was introduced. It was felt that having one of Africa’s most majestic antelope species on the conservancy would create new excitement amongst guests visiting and allow them the opportunity to see them in real life.

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