Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site is one of Limpopo’s most valuable treasures; the park is isolated from civilization and is home to a variety of species.
Dated as South Africa’s first indigenous Kingdom, Mapungubwe is of significant importance both historically and culturally.
Although these images captured by Lenia Mafela do not show the famous Mapungubwe Hill, K2 or the geographic confluence, they show the beautiful landscape and the beauty of the clouds on a clear , sunny day.
A visit to the Mapungubwe Museum at the University of Pretoria is guaranteed to be very enlightening, with famous artifacts like the Golden Rhino on display.
Mapungubwe is the perfect holiday destination for those that want to get away from the city’s daily hustle and bustle.
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