Mpumalanga - "the land where the sun rises". The province lies North of KZN, borders Mozambique and Swaziland, and is best known as home of the Kruger National Park. Self-driving is easy as the province has good roads and many attractive small and friendly little towns, restaurants and curio shops. In Pilgrim`s Rest you can even pan for gold yourself! You`ll find dramatic scenery, more waterfalls than anywhere else in the country, as well as the oldest dolomite caves in the world. Considered the top adventure centre of South Africa, it caters for the most extreme adrenalin junkies. Top attractions and things to do: Sudwala Caves, explore the Panorama Route - this route makes for the most astonishing scenery in the country, visit famous landmarks like the Blyde River Canyon, Bourke`s Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels, God`s Window, and Pinnacle; cultural experiencesriver rafting, abseiling and climbing, horse riding, mountain biking, and much more. Malaria medication is a must when travelling in the low veld. Always check in with your doctor before visiting. 

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Skukuza, Mpumalanga. From R4470 per person sharing *Incl meals & activities. Elegant 16 bed lodge within Kruger National Park offering games drives & a golfers outing to Skukuza Golf course. Intermittent Wi-Fi. *5 Green Hearts*

Skukuza, Mpumalanga. From R4840 p.p.p.d.s. *Incl meals & activities. Discover the hidden treasures of the African wilderness on tailored walking trails from luxury tented accommodation within Kruger National Park. *5 Green Hearts *

Marloth Park, Mpumalanga. From R1500 per day *Incl. Breakfast. The well-appointed rooms, warm hospitality, natural beauty and prolific wildlife make this an ideal safari getaway. *5 Green Hearts*