The Valley of the Olifants region of the Limpopo Province in South Africa is known for its picturesque valleys, mountains and lush vegetation. The region falls in the valley of the Olifants River that meanders through the adjoining Kruger National Park. The Olifants Valley of the Limpopo Provinces is filled with a variety of wildlife in an area famous for its spectacular scenery, mountains, rivers, dams, history and cultural attractions.
As its name suggests, the Valley of the Olifants region of the Limpopo province falls in the valley of the great Olifants River that meanders through the Kruger National Park, forming the southern border of the Limpopo province. The valley forms part of the northernmost section of the Drakensberg, and the Lowveld does not end in Mpumalanga, but stretches further north and surrounds many towns in Limpopo.
The rest camps in the northern part of Kruger are part of the province and a series of exclusive private game reserves adjacent to the Park guarantee a luxurious wildlife experience. The Olifants Valley is teeming with a variety of wildlife and is known for its spectacular scenery, mountains, rivers, dams, history and cultural attractions.
Information on Olifants Region Towns
Hoedspruit, Phalaborwa, Timbavati, Tzaneen