The Greater Tubatse Region is very rich in tourism attractions, especially in cultural diversities, history and the natural beauty of the land.

The GTM falls under the Limpopo Province, this province in well known as the province of peace. It is endowed with beautiful natural resources, including 54 provincial reserves and many other privately owned game reserves. A few hours from Gauteng, the Province boasts the Waterberg mountain range, supporting the thriving farming and game ranching, nature reserves and resorts.

Heading further north into the Province there is Polokwane - the capital of the Province with an excellent growing infrastructure, modern international airport and offering a wealth of cultural diversities.

East of the city the R71 takes you to the subtropical part of the valley of the Olifants, the verdant Magoebaskloof Valley.

Further eastwards takes you into the heart of the 'big five' parks of the country and some of the prime game farms in Africa, including the Kruger National Park - majestic in extent and abundant in wild life.

The hot climate makes Limpopo a pleasant year-round holiday destination. During summer - that is in the months October to March - it is hot with brief afternoon showers, providing a cooling effect for evenings. In winter - from May to September - the mornings are crisp, the days are dry and sunny and the evenings cold and clear.