Mpumalanga Sight Seeing

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Destinations in Mpumalanga


Boondocks Labyrinth

Where? Kaapmuiden
The ancient practice of labyrinth walking is known as the laying on of feet. In a garden on a mountain top amidst a ancient woodland village of Baboons, Bushbuck, Impala, Grey Duikers, Klipspringer, Kudu, ...

Blyderivierspoort Hiking Trail

Where? Blyde River Canyon
Start: God's Window Finish: Bourke's Luck or Swadini (depending on whether you're doing three or five days) Duration: 3 - 5 days (the last two days are optional) 60 km Fitness: reasonable fitness Our tip: ...

The Num-Num Trail

Where? Machadodorp
The Num-Num 2-5 day Trail is situated just three hours from Johannesburg, in the Mpumalanga Highlands between Machadodorp and Badplaas. The Num-num five-day trail is named after the ‘Forest Num-num’ tree, ...

Helicopter flight over Blyde River Canyon

Where? Blyde River Canyon
Take a helicopter flight from the exclusive Lion Sands Private Game Reserve to the Blyde River Canyon in Mpumalanga. This must be the most spectacular way of viewing the northern Drakensberg, which is host ...

Self Drive the Escarpment Route

Where? Sabie
Take a little escape on the Escarpment Route, a specific section of the greater Panorama Route. Buckle up and head out on the road of the 'land of the rising sun' with a journey departure timed with the ...

Visit the Bourke's Luck Potholes

Where? Graskop
In the 'Land of the rising sun' a 'river of sorrow' was met by a rush of 'joy' and together they carved out 'nature's wishing well'. In the native Zulu tribal language this Mpumalanga province was melodiously ...

Self Drive Reptile Route

Where? Hazyview
When unfriendly weather interrupts a warm-blooded getaway, self drive the friendly route named after roadside featured cold-blooded reptilias; the Reptile Route. This short day trip is rainy day friendly and ...

Rainbow Route

Where? Start in Carolina
The Rainbow Route links the provinces of Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal starting at Carolina. It passes through the towns of Kriel, Bethal, Ermelo, Chrissiesmeer, Amsterdam, and Piet Retief before crossing the ...

Unleash the Artist in You

Where? Kaapsehoop
Unfold an artist's easel, untie a bundle of brushes, unleash the artist within. In the town of Kaapsehoop a painter can unpack a canvas to take in the valleys and hills from a natural narrow plateau for a ...

Heritage Walk

Where? Barberton
The town of Barberton may be small, but it has a history steeped in gold and mining; industries that date back to the 19th century. This part of the province of Mpumalanga is known for its quiet, almost ...

Lone Creek Falls

Where? Sabie
Lone Creek Falls is one of most well-known landmarks of the forest area, and is located only 200m walk the parking area, thereby allowing for easy access for nature enthusiasts of all ages. Only 9 km from ...

Take a Tour of Barberton

Where? Barberton
Take a short day trip to Barberton. Under the expert guidance of Mike Stephens you will learn about the Gold Rush History and visit interesting Museums. Mike will show you some of the oldest sedimentary ...

Barberton Makhonjwa Geotrail

Where? Barberton
Known officially as the Barberton Makhonjwa (after the mountains behind Barberton) Geotrail, this self-drive route is a 38 km exploration of ancient rock formations that date from the Archaean period, more ...

Mountain High Cycle Tours

Where? Sabie
Mountain High Cycle Tours welcomes any keen mountain biker, or just the average joe cyclist looking to see South Africa from a different perspective. Come and cycle with us in a safe and controlled way with a ...

View Rock Art at Nkomazi

Where? Badplaas
Throughout the reserve, rock art sites dating back more than 3000 years depicting the spiritual beliefs and the lives of the San are found. During their travels, members of the tribe would congregate around ...

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