Places to see in Mpumalanga

 

The Kruger National Park.
Needs no introduction! Today, 700 000 people visit the Park every year.

 

The Skukuza Golf course in the Kruger Park.

 

Blyde River Canyon
The scenic beauty of the Blyde River Canyon is awe-inspiringly magnificent!

 

God's Window
A must is God's Window, a viewpoint at an altitude of 1,829m/6,000ft extending northward over the Blyde River Canyon

 

The Three Rondawels
The Three Rondawels are well known gigantic peaks made from quartzite and shale

 

Blue Swallows in Kaapschehoop
Kaapschehoop is famous for the Blue Swallows and the last wild horses of South Africa that roam the town freely.

 

Sudwala caves
These caves are the oldest known to mankind, formed over 300 million years ago.

 

Sudwala Dinosaur Park
Life Size, Accurate and artistic : Pre-Historic animals - open 7 days a week.

 

Mac Mac Falls
There is a viewing platform which overlooks the Mac Mac Falls and visitors can also walk for 2 km along part of the Fanie Botha

Hiking Trail to the Mac-Mac pools for a refreshing swim.

 

Bourke Luck Potholes
This natural water feature marks the beginning of the Blyde River Canyon.

 

Long Tom Pass
The Long Tom Pass was named after the cannon, which the Boers used to try and dislodge the British from Lydenburg in the

battle between the Boers and the British in the Anglo-Boer War (1899 -1902) in the Lydenburg area.

 

Dullstroom Bird of Prey & Rehabilitation Centre
On a weekend if you come to all three demonstrations you will get the chance to see up to twenty different birds fly.

 

Lowveld National Botanical Garden
Only a small part of the Botanic Garden is laid out as a garden. The rest of the area is home to 500 species of plants native to

this area, with wonderful paths leading through it.

 

Tsinini Silk Farm
It was one of the first companies to develop and market Wild African Silk products in South Africa.

 

Pilgrims Rest

The uniqueness of this historic village is vividly evident in its museums and historic sites. It offers the visitor a fascinating

window into the past and captures the spirit of a bygone era and their people in their quest for gold.

 

Hazyview
Kloofing, abseiling, bunjee jumping, white water rafting, ballooning and quad biking

 

Nelspruit's Riverside Mall

Used to be Nelspruit's only mall, but still offers a wide range of clothing stores, restaurants and loads of enetertainment

with their NuMetro Cinema and much more.

 

Nelspruit's i'Langa Mall

Nelspruit's newest shopping mall, situated close to the lodge and offers a wide range of the biggest clothing, appliance

and home stores, health and beauty salons and a cluster of restaurants.

 

Panorama Route

The Panorama Route is known to be one of the most beautiful tourist and travel destinations and places of interest in

South Africa, leading through the rugged mountain range of the Northern Drakensburg.

 

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre owned by Brian Jones, caring for injured and abandoned animals and wildlife.

 

Shangana Cultural Village
Get a sense of the cultural traditions of the local Shangaan community as well as enjoy an excellent lunch.

 


Kruger Park

Kruger Park


Three Rondawels

Three Rondawels


Blyde River Canyon

Blyde River Canyon


God's Window

God's Window


Bourke's Luck

Bourke's Luck


Sudwala Caves

Sudwala Caves


Jock of the Bushveld

Jock of the Bushveld

 

Lakeview Lodge in Nelspruit is close to tourist attractions in Mpumalanga