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Mpumalanga is know as the place of the rising sun - one of South Africa's newest and fastest growing provinces. This province offers a large variety of different scenery ranging from the rolling highlands to the low-lying plain of Mpumalanga's lowveld, dominated by the South African Kruger National Park.
Mpumalanga covers almost 80 000 square kilometres. The province is perfect for those wanting to explore the seven regions that have been created by the Mpumalanga tourism authority, namely:
Mpumalanga is a popular hide-away any type of traveller, offering a vast variety of accommodation to suit almost anybody’s taste:
Hazyview is the trading post of Mpumalanga and offers extensive views of banana plantations. The area offers manificent and enchanting scenery and is just outside into the Kruger National Park.
Hazyview Hotel Accommodation includes the following hotels:
Phalaborwa is a small town, also know as the town of Two Summers, which is the true Gateway the Kruger National Park.
Phalaborwa Hotel Accommodation includes the following hotel:
Malelane is a small town at the southern border of the Kruger National Park. The town is situated next to the N4, Kruger National Park, in the middle of the wild Frontier, on the Maputo Corridor and close to the Casinos of Swaziland.
Malelane Hotel Accommodation includes the following hotel:
Pilgrim's Rest, declared a National Monument in 1986, can be located in the Panorama Route on the eastern Escarpment region of the Mpumalanga. With its historic history, the unique mining village offers visitors a view or window into the past.
God's Window & Wonder View
God’s window provides a panoramic and breathtaking view of the Lowveld and Kruger National Park. No walking is necessary to visit Wonder View, 730m from an altitude of 1,730m – the highest view point in the area.
The Pinnacle Rock
The Pinnacle Rock is a tower-like freestanding quartzite buttress which rises 30 m above the dense indigenous forest. The Pinnacle can be located approximately 6km north of Graskop.
Bourke's Luck Potholes
Potholes, located approximately 35km north of Graskop, is a remarkable natural water that marks the start of the Blyde River Canyon.
As the Treur River plunges into the Blyde River, countless eons the swirling whirlpools cause waterborne sand and rock to grind huge, cylindrical potholes into the bedrock of the river.