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The Limpopo Ranch (GPS Coordinates: S22.52.317, E028.02.776) is situated on the Limpopo River, across the famous Tuli block in Botswana. A total of five-hours drive through the beautiful countryside of the Limpopo Province on the N1, you will pass through our hometown Mokopane (GPS Coordinates: S24.05.133, E029.05.144). From there you will travel through traditional villages, such as Mawhelereng and Steilloop on your way to Swartwater.

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South Africa lies at the southernmost part of the African continent. It is bordered to the north by Botswana and Zimbabwe, to the northeast by Mozambique and Swaziland and to the northwest by Namibia. On the east coastline lies the Indian Ocean, the Southern Coastline, the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans  and the Atlantic Ocean on the western side. South Africa surrounds Lesotho.

Most of South Africa has elevations of over 914m (3 000 ft) and at least 40% of the surface is at an elevation of over 1 220m (4 000ft). Parts of Johannesburg are 1 829m (6 000 ft) above sea level. Resembling an inverted saucer, the land rises steadily from west to east to the Drakensberg Mountains, the tallest of which is Mont-aux-Sources at 3 300m (10 823ft).

The coastal belt in the west and south varies from three to thirty miles in width, is between 152m (500ft) to 182m (600ft) above sea level, and is very fertile, producing citrus and grape, particularly in the Western Cape. North of the coastal belt stretch lies the Little Karoo and Great Karoo, which are bound by mountains, lie higher than the coastal belt, and are semi-arid to arid, merging into sandy wastes that ultimately join the Kalahari Desert.

The high grass prairie, or "veld", of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal is famous for its mineral deposits. From Drakensberg, the land falls towards the Indian Ocean in the rolling hills and valleys of Natal, which are covered with rich vegetation and  near the coast, subtropical plants, including sugar cane.

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