Kruger National Park

Lying in the heart of the Lowveld is a wildlife sanctuary like no other, its atmosphere so unique that it allows those who enter its vastness to immerse themselves in the unpredictability and endless wilderness that is the true quality of Africa.

Phabeni Gate - Kruger National Park

Phabeni Gate is the closest entrance into the Kruger National Park from Sanbonani – just 8 kilometres.

Blyde River Canyon Reserve

The Blyde River Canyon Reserve extends along the Blyde River Canyon's winding path, which at every turn offers more and more impressive views over sheer edges dropping 800m into the riverbed.

God’s Window

Situated on the Drakensberg escarpment in Mpumalanga is God’s Window. Just one look down and you will begin to understand why it is called "God's Window".

Three Rondavels

Along with Bourke's Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels is one of the major icons of the Mpumalanga Province. Both these geological wonders are on thePanorama Route, a highly popular tourist drive.

Bourke's Luck Potholes

Bourke's Luck Potholes are without doubt a major icon, but when thrown in together with the likes of the Three Rondawels, God's Window, the Blyde River Canyon and numerous magnificent waterfalls, one can become immune after a while.

Pilgrim's Rest

Mining in this region of Mpumalanga dates back many centuries, when unknown miners worked quartz reefs in the area for gold. Proof of these diggings can still be found in this area.

Mac Mac Falls

The Mpumalanga Province may be the land of the rising sun, but it's also most definitely a place of waterfalls. The Sabie Waterfalls Route – Cinderella to the Blyde River Canyon and its incredible cliffs and views - is well worth taking time to do, and Mac Mac Falls is one of them.

Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve

The Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve is situated on the eastern side of Lydenburg along the scenic Long Tom Pass to Sabie, one of the most stunning holiday destinations in South Africa.

Horseshoe Falls

The exquisite Horseshoe Falls are found along the Sabie River in the Mpumalanga Province. These falls are found 4kms off the Old Lydenburg Road, signposted on the left side.

Sudwala Caves

The Sudwala Caves are an incredibly deep system of caverns lying in the Mpumalanga region of the Drakensberg escarpment. Considered the oldest known caves in the world, this astonishing unplumbed complex of passages and giant chambers extend into the mysterious Mankelexele massif.