The Parque Nacional do Limpopo is an astounding African wilderness area of over one million hectares and forms part of a much larger conservation area, the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, which spans the borders of Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe forming an area dedicated to conservation roughly the size of The Netherlands.
Limpopo National Park has it all: mountains, rivers, a dam, grassland and woodland savanna. The Lebombo are the mountains and the rivers are the Limpopo, Olifants and Shingwedzi. Mozambique’s second largest water reservoir, the Massingir Dam and the Olifants River Gorge are also major attractions. Woodland tree species include Terminalia and Mopani. Large areas of grassland complete this mosaic of habitats, and geographic variation in rainfall within the park also ensures biodiversity in Limpopo National Park.