Access to Limpopo National Park

The Park can be accessed through 4 Entrance gates as follows: Giriyondo Border Gate: This is a formal border gate situated between PNL and KNP (northeast of Letaba). From 1 April to 30 September: Opens 08h00; closes 15h00 – From …..

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Border procedures

South African and Mozambican citizens do not need visas when visiting either country. All other passport holders require visas unless stipulated to the contrary in your country. Mozambican Visas can be obtained at border at a cost of approximately $110 …..

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Overnight facilities

Crooks corner lodge and campsite: a Community/Private partnership supported by Limpopo National Park in the Park Buffer Zone. Strategically located at the hearth of the Transfrontier Park within 2 km from the Pafuri Border Post. Previous arrangement with the camp …..

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Activities

In addition to being an ideal half way stop off point for Bush to Beach excursions between South Africa and the popular Mozambique coastline, the Park offers wide variety of experiences including fantastic scenery and sunsets, Game and Bird viewing, …..

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GLTP

About GLTP Transfrontier Parks (TFPs) and Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCAs) are established when the authorities responsible for all conservation areas, which border on one another across international boundaries, agree to manage those areas as one integrated unit. These areas may …..

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Parque National Do Limpopo history

After the Mozambique Peace Accord of 1992, on the recommendation of the Mozambican Council of Ministers, the Global Environment Facility, through the World Bank, funded feasibility analyses, which culminated in a series of recommendations contained in a 1996 report. The …..

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