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Capricorn Campsites

The Capricorn region is named so since the Tropic of Capricorn passes through the northern part of this region. The African Ivory Route will take you through breath-taking scenery and endless vistas where herds of elephant roam freely. Home to Polokwane, capital of the Limpopo province and one of SA's fastest growing cities, the Capricorn region is the perfect stopover for visitors traveling to the northern parts of the province to and from Gauteng. Highlights: Makapansgat Caves and Limeworks, Ana trees in Waterberg, Wolkberg Wilderness Area, Iron Crown Mountain, Serala, Magoebaskloof, Bakone Malapa Northern Sotho Open-Air Museum, Makapans Valley, Cave of Hearths, Concentration Camp Cemetery, Gemco Arts, Crafts and Curio Centre, Hugh Exton Photographic Museum, Moletzie Bird Sanctuary, Polokwane Art Museum, Polokwane Bird and Reptile Park, Polokwane Bird Sanctuary, Polokwane Game Reserve, Polokwane Museum, Sekhukhuneland, Trichardt Memorial, Anglo Boer War relics, sites and memorials, San rock art, mine tours, golf, cultural experiences, township tours, 4x4 routes, dinosaur footprints, hunting, mountain biking, canoe excursions, hiking trails, horse riding, game viewing, bird watching and fishing.
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