Limpopo Province

A Royal Retreat…

lompopogovAccess is easily navigated via the N1 National Highway for motorist and the Polokwane International Airport or O.R. Tambo International Airport for International Investors/Visitors. Ideally, the crown jewel of South Africa, Royal Victoria Estate’s depiction of the Victorian Era, with its many style elements, was designed to evoke a fairytail fantasy experience…

…now commence your journey to the ultimate leisure destination…Royal Victoria Lifestyle Estate.

The Limpopo Province

Known as the Great North, South Africa’s northern most province, Limpopo, lies within the grand curve of the Limpopo River and is considered the gateway to sub-Saharan Africa – bordering three countries, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana.

It is a region of contrasts, from true Bushveld to stately mountains, primeval indigenous forests, unspoilt wilderness and a fusion of farmland. It is mostly a summer-rainfall region, with sub-tropical weather: hot and humid summers with mist in the mountains, while the winters are mild and mostly frost-free.


Situated on a plateau 1,312 meters above sea level, the Limpopo Province has warm to hot summers with moderate winters. It has an average annual rainfall of between 577 and 1,000 millimeters. Average summer temperatures rise to 28.1°c and drop to 17°c. Average winter temperatures range from 19.6°c to 4.7°c. There is also a Lowveld Area with a higher average rainfall and temperatures warmer than those indicated above.

Its vegetation is unforgettable: the province is in the savannah biome, an area of mixed grassland and trees generally known as Bushveld, including some rugged semi-desert and subtropics.

A Treasure Chest…come and explore…

Its offerings are equally grand: besides some hunting for culling purposes, well-stocked streams for fishing and safari opportunities to see the big five and feathered species, sports enthusiasts will equally be satisfied. Not to mention the various mineral baths, one of the provinces most sought after delights.
Teeming with history, culture, an archaeological treasure chest as well as fauna and flora, this ancient provincial dwelling will provide any visitor with a memorable multi-layered experience.