update (06 March 2017): The road to the "Confluence" as well as the "Tree Top Walk" in the Mapungubwe National Park has been opened following closure due to rain last week.
Due to heavy rains over the last weekend (25/26 Feb 2017), Mapungubwe National Park is currently experiencing high water levels in some areas. As a result, the road to the "Tree Top Walk" and the "Confluence" has been temporarily closed to the public. The rest of Mapungubwe National Park is fully operational.
Mapungubwe National Park is located in South Africa's Limpopo Province and forms part of the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area. It was established in 1995 and covers an area of over 28 000 hectares. Mapungubwe National Park is renowned for its scenic landscape and is home to ost of the large African game species, including elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards, cheetah, wild dogs, giraffe, blue wildebeests, kudu, zebra, impala, baboons etc..
"The Confluence": confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo rivers where South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique countries meet.
"Tree Top Walk": a raised canopy walk in a riverine forest that takes you to a hide over looking the Limpopo River.