We were staying at the Mopane Bush Lodge and had a couple of trips to the Mapungubwe National Park.
The park has one of the oldest sets of cave paintings and if you have a good guide (as we had, Bridgette from Mopane) you will find out the history of this amazing sight.
The park itself has amazing scenery, which changes every time you turn a corner and there is an abundance of wildlife.
The park is set on a tip of South Africa and there is a viewpoint where you can see over the river into Botswana and Zimbabwe.
The park is well worth a couple of trips, enjoy.
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