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Transfrontier Trails do Limpopo

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The magnificence of Parque Nacional do Limpopo, the Moçambique sector of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, provides the perfect setting for an adventure without boundaries and is now yours to explore on one of our wilderness experiences.

Whether it’s a game walk from Machampane Luxury Tented Camp, a hiking trail, a back-packing and fishing experience, a canoeing or 4x4 trail, Transfrontier Trails do Limpopo can offer you an unforgettable safari.

Together, Parque Nacional do Limpopo, Kruger National Park and Zimbabwe’s Gonarezhou National Park form the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, covering a total of 3.7 million hectares - one of the largest wilderness conservation areas in the world. Bordering on Kruger and bounded by both the Limpopo and Olifants Rivers, with the mighty Shingwedzi flowing through its heart, Parque Nacional do Limpopo is populated with a wide range of wildlife and boasts breathtaking scenery.

This awe-inspiring adventure destination is accessible from South Africa through border posts in Kruger located at Giriyondo, north of Letaba, or Pafuri in the north-east at Crook’s Corner. Access from Moçambique is via Massingir dam in the south or Mapai in the east.

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Machampane Luxury Tented Camp

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Guided wilderness walks are a feature at our intimate 10 bed en-suite luxury tented camp that overlooks the Machampane River. Nestled in a secluded forest where bird and wildlife abound, you set out on foot on early morning and late afternoon game walks embracing the waterholes in this pristine wilderness area.

Replete from a three course ‘bush cuisine’ dinner with its Mozambiquan flavours, the boma and its friendly fire beckon you to experience the tranquillity of the night sky and the sounds of the African bush.

Rio Elefantes Canoeing Trail

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Spend three days paddling the Rio Elefantes, camping wild in rustic bush camps on its tree-lined banks. A cast for tiger fish, a pod of hippo or the sighting of a rare bird will enthrall you on your 70km journey to its confluence with the Limpopo.

Trails are portered and catered, and led by an experienced guide. All equipment is provided and you paddle 20 to 25 kms per day.

Elefantes Gorge Backpacking and Fishing Trail

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Camp wild for five days and four nights as you traverse the plateau above the Rio Elefantes gorge, descending to the shores of Massingir dam to fish for Tiger amongst others – the epitome of freedom in an amazing wilderness area.

Trails are led by an experienced guide but you are required to be totally self-sufficient. The terrain is rugged and requires a reasonable level of fitness for the 15 to 20 kms hiked each day.

Palarangala Wilderness Trail

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Spend four days and three nights in a remote rustic camp with dome tents and bush ablutions. Daily guided game walks follow the river or explore the Lebombo plateau close to the Kruger border. Located in an area that has been restocked with game in partnership with Kruger, you have every prospect of encountering a wide array of wildlife.

Trails are led by an experienced guide and are fully catered.

Lebombo Hiking Trail

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An unforgettable wildlife experience when you spend four days and three nights hiking through this pristine wilderness area, a perfect setting for game and bird viewing.

Trails are portered and catered, and led by an experienced guide. You carry a day-pack, hike 12 to 15 kms per day and overnight in unfenced rustic bush-camps.

The Shingwedzi 4x4 Eco-Trail

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Explore the vast wonderland of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Our five night and six day guided, self-drive, Shingwedzi 4x4 Eco-Trail offers challenging river crossings and the opportunity to navigate seldom travelled tracks.

The glorious adventure of camping-out in this remote wilderness, at the edge of pans and river courses whilst listening to the night sounds of the African bush, will imbue you with the spirit of pioneers gone by.