The Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area
The Greater Mapungubwe
Transfrontier Conservation Area
It is a wealth of wild life and scenery and its cultural, historical assets has the potential to become a major new southern African Tour-ist destination.
It is situated at the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo rivers and it measures 5909 square kilometres. The park boasts a range of cultural and natural history activities. Cul-tural history activities include The Lost City at Mapungubwe Hill, a range of Heritage Tours, an interpretation centre and a number of heritage routes and trails.
Wildlife tourism includes game drives, a number of tented, caravan and bush camps, as well as picnic sites across the park. Adventure tourism ac-tivities are also being introduced, including the annual Tour de Tuli, which is attended by cyclists from across the world, and offer-ing participants a chance to visit all three countries while cycling through wild areas.