Give yourself the ultimate experience with a stay in a rest camp, such as one available in the Mapungubwe National Park, which contains ruins of an ancient civilisation.
Animal lovers can indulge in trips to the Polokwane Game Reserve, which is the home of around 21 species, including white rhinos, giraffes and sable antelopes.
To find out if your country is exempt from applying for this visa, visit Home Affairs.
Before you depart for South Africa, make sure you receive all the routine vaccinations.
Step back in time and discover Polokwane’s culture and history at venues offering insightful information, such as the Polokwane Art Museum, the Bakone Malapa Open-Air Museum and the Hugh Exton Photographic Museum.
Make sure to take up Polokwane’s offer to discover all the natural and historic attractions of the Limpopo province and those in the nearby Gauteng region.
Polokwane is the home of Polokwane International Airport (PTG), which is a 10-minute drive from the city centre.
Polokwane International Airport serves the flag carrier of South Africa, South African Airways, and the domestic airline, Airlink.
Popular flights to Polokwane are available from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
Avoid the period of late March to mid-April, however, since Easter celebrations fall in this period, meaning that crowds of the Zion Christian Church visit for pilgrimage.
If you can brave the wet weather, visit Polokwane during the summer (November – February).
The rainfall is highest during this season, meaning a lower influx of visitors, guaranteeing you more availability and more hotel deals.