Experience the warm heart of Limpopo through the broad smiles, open doors and welcoming greetings of our rainbow nation. Village life is vibrant and colourful with children playing soccer on dusty streets, young girls balancing water buckets on their heads and taxis dodging past chickens and cows. The musical sounds of cowbells and the wafting flavours of the cooking fires welcome you to come closer and participate in the rhythms of the village. Savour a delicious lunch of flame-grilled chicken, pap, tomato gravy and marogo (wild spinach) eaten with your fingers and, believe me, you will be licking those fingers clean. And, if you are adventurous, you can even have an African taste-sensation by sampling Mopani worms, toasted termites, a pot of traditional, home-brewed beer or Marula ice-cream.
Taste the culture of Limpopo at a Chicken Dust Roadside Restaurant; with a family at a Rural Home Stay; at a roadside market stall; on a cultural cooking course or at one of the Love Limpopo Collection Lodges.