Phalaborwa Travel and Tourism in Limpopo South Africa. Welcome to the wide-open spaces of Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality, situated in north-eastern South Africa. This area is undoubtedly the gem of the Limpopo Province, combining economic development and tourist appeal.
The “bush to beach” route connects Phalaborwa with Mozambique through the Kruger National Park Phalaborwa gate. The route takes you on a journey through the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park and to the towns of Massingir, Chokwe and Xai- Xai and concludes in Inhambane and Vilankulo in Northern Mozambique.
To explore the Bushveld and canyons, embark on the ‘Kruger to Canyons’ Route, connecting Phalaborwa to Graskop, via Hoedspruit. This route covers the Olifants River and the Blyde River Canyon.
The Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park route makes use of the Phalaborwa gate as entry point to and from the Kruger, Limpopo and Gonorenzo Parks through the Giriyondo border post.
Adventure is abound with bush walks, game drives, bird watching and Olifants River Safaris, all yielding a prolific, up-close variety of big game encounters and rare bird and animal species.