It is a wealth of wild life and scenery and its cultural, historical assets has the potential to become a major new southern African Tourist destination.
It is situated at the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo rivers and it measures 5909 square kilometres. The park boasts a range of cultural and natural history activities. Cultural history activities include The Lost City at Mapungubwe Hill, a range of Heritage Tours, an interpretation centre and a number of heritage routes and trails.
Wildlife tourism includes game drives, a number of tented, caravan and bush camps, as well as picnic sites across the park. Adventure tourism activities are also being introduced, including the annual Tour de Tuli, which is attended by cyclists from across the world, and offering participants a chance to visit all three countries while cycling through wild areas.
There are also some of the interesting places in the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation parks such the Sentinel Limpopo Safaris Which houses a wild range of wild animals as well as the dinosaur fossils as well as the Maramani irrigation scheme which is hub of activity and main source of livelihood for the villagers, the irrigation scheme has grown from vegetables only to include 13 500 orange trees.