Mpumalanga Tourist AttractionsThe Lowveld Legogote
In the Mpumalanga Lowveld you will find the oldest dolomite caves in the world, the famous Sudwala Caves and the Lowveld National Botanical Garden with an enormous collection of cycads and an African rainforest.
The Lowveld is home to the seat of the provincial administration in Nelspruit, White River and the township KaNyamazane.
The Lowveld Legogote Region is situated in the lower reaches of the Mpumalanga escarpment and comprises of the towns of Nelspruit (Mpumalanga's capital) White River, Kaapsehoop and Kanyamazane.
With an array of attractions to explore the Lowveld Legogote is well known for the Sudwala Caves (one of the oldest caves in the world), the quaint village of Kaapsehoop and its wild horses, the mesmerising butterfly garden in the White River area and the Lowveld Botanical Gardens that offers several hiking trails, the largest collection of cycads and an African rainforest.
Popular Towns of the Lowveld Legogote
Overnight? Accommodation in Kaapsehoop
The first thing that strikes you about Kaapsehoop is its quaintness. Set atop a mountain pass on the Drakensberg escarpment above Nelspruit, it comes slowly into view, as if appearing out of the mists of time. Rain and cloud are often the...
More information and photographs: Kaapsehoop Information
Overnight? Accommodation in Nelspruit
Nelspruit, the capital of Mpumalanga, lies in the fertile valley of the Crocodile River and has been called the gateway to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park. The Lowveld botanical gardens just outside Nelspruit boasts a rare...
More information and photographs: Nelspruit Information
Overnight? Accommodation in White River
White River is a favourite holiday destination for both locals and foreign tourists looking to enjoy the beauty of the Crocodile River Valley and with three irrigation dams and a number of nearby forests there is plenty for outdoorsy types...
More information and photographs: White River Information