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Nelspruit and MpumalangaFamily / Child Friendly Accommodation

Find child-friendly establishments catering for families travelling with kids in Nelspruit and Mpumalanga. These child friendly establishments include family hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfasts, holiday apartments, suites, cottages and holiday homes.

The establishments below accept children of all ages (from babies and toddlers to teenagers). If none of these establishments take your fancy, please adjust the filter to show results for the specific age group(s) required.

Self Catering in Mpumalanga

Game Lodge / Self Catering in Hectorspruit

LeoLapa

Situated only 400km from Johannesburg, and nestled on the banks of the scenic Crocodile River, this ten sleeper house ... [cont.]

Olifants River Lodge

Hotel / Self Catering in Middelburg

Olifants River Lodge

It is in the luscious setting of the Olifants River Valley that you will discover the beauty and serenity of Olifants ... [cont.]

Middelburg Country Club

Guest House in Middelburg

Middelburg Country Club

The Club has a beautiful Guest Lodge with 40 standard rooms, 2 standard suites and 1 executive suite. All rooms are very ... [cont.]

Lapeng Guest Lodge

Guest House in Burgersfort

Lapeng Guest Lodge

Set in manicured grounds, Lapeng is neatly tucked away between the mountains in a beautiful and tranquil environment ... [cont.]

Treetops Cottage

Self Catering in Dullstroom

Treetops Cottage

Treetops Cottage is a double storey stone cottage found in the centre of Dullstroom close to local amenities and offers ... [cont.]

Lakenvlei Forest Lodge

Self Catering in Belfast

Lakenvlei Forest Lodge

The main lodge situated at the edge of the wetland and in close proximity to the chalets, incorporates a cosy pub and a ... [cont.]

Mbombela Holiday Resort & Spa

Hotel in Nelspruit

Mbombela Holiday Resort & Spa

Mbombela Holiday Resort & Spa boasts a 50 roomed hotel set in an idyllic setting on the Crocodile River waterfront ... [cont.]

Shishangeni Lodge

Game Lodge in Kruger Park

Shishangeni Lodge

Shishangeni Private Game Lodge is situated on a 15,000 hectare private concession of the Kruger National Park ... [cont.]

Tydon Safari Camp

Game Lodge in Sabi Sands

Tydon Safari Camp

Nestling in the shade of indigenous trees, this visual oasis of inspirational elements combines to cumulate in this ... [cont.]

Kids in Mpumalanga

What has become known as the Panorama Route - the Blyde River Canyon, Bourkes Luck Potholes, God’s Window and the Three Rondavels - forms a familiar backdrop to family holidays spent in the Lowveld, where child-friendly venues add to the already long list of adventures and activities to keep young ones spellbound. [cont.]

This beautiful part of the country lies mainly on a plateau, its mountain peaks, which form part of an immense escarpment, are thick with forested ravines and thundering waterfalls that plunge into the sweeping grasslands of the Lowveld.

Mpumalanga is the land of giant game parks such as the Kruger National Park and Londolozi, the private parks of Sabi Sands and the private lodges in the Malelane area. This is where the world comes to experience the wild of Africa. From the CrocRiver Enviro Park, on the outskirts of Nelspruit, with its terraquarium, riverside trails, picnic areas, children’s playground and animal touch farm, to the Sudwala caves, the oldest known to mankind, there is something for everyone. The key to surviving any holiday is to plan clever routes for your outings beforehand, particularly relevant in Mpumalanga, where one is spoilt for choice, but also might have to drive quite a distance before reaching a place to stretch little legs.

The Bundu Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and Game Reserve is a must for little ones; and en route to Sabie from White River, take a turn at Elmswood furniture tea garden, where farm animals are available to pet in lovely surrounds. Sudwala’s dinosaur Park, next to the Sudwala Caves set in a lush forest garden, has life-size and accurate models to give children an exciting glimpse into the world of these pre-historic creatures. And the little gold mining village of Pilgrim’s Rest, an historical monument, is a great place to explore. And last, but not least, is Kaapschehoop, famous for the wild horses that roam the town freely, situated in the hills above Ngodwana, 32 kilometres from Nelspruit. [close]

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