Mpumalanga Info

Travel guide, area information and attractions near Mpumalanga guest houses.
  • Badplaas, Mpumalanga, South Africa.


    The hot mineral waters that filter from a natural spring at Badplaas were visited by travellers in the mid-1870s. Today, people with rheumatic ailments still travel to Badplaas

  • Barberton, Mpumalanga, South Africa.


    It was the reef discovered here in 1883 that started the gold rush of the 19th Century and resulted in the haphazard establishment of the rather rough frontier town of Barberton

  • Hiking in Dullstroom, Mpumalanga.


    Dullstroom is a charming little hamlet situated in the heart of the Highlands Meander, in a truly beautiful part of Mpumalanga, known for it's clear streams, lakes and breathtaking scenery

  • Bourkes Luck Potholes


    A pretty little town, Graskop cashes in on the many tourists passing through en route to or from the Kruger National Park and all the other many attractions of this scenic part of Mpumalanga.

  • Shangaan cultural village in Hazyview.


    Hazyview is a rather low key town in very pretty surroundings. Close to the Paul Kruger Gate of the Kruger National Park, it is surrounded by cute guest houses, backpackers hostels

  • Shangaan cultural village in Hazyview.


    Lydenburg, which means 'place of suffering' was established in 1850 to commemorate the suffering of a little town called Andries-Ohrigstad, which was wiped out by malaria

  • Blyde River Canyon, Mpumalanga, South Africa.


    Mpumalanga is the safari capital of South Africa. With much of the Kruger National Park in the province and many private reserves, there is something for everyone. Divided into the Lowveld and the Highveld

  • Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa.


    Nelspruit is the capital of Mpumalanga and is the largest town in the Lowveld. Close to the Kruger National Park and other game destinations, it is the gateway through which many people enter the

  • Pilgrims Rest, Mpumalanga South Africa.

    Pilgrims Rest

    Time didn't exactly forget this little gem, it just ignored it for a while and then realised it was worth preserving. In 1873, a gold-panner named Patterson, left the Mac Mac area to search

  • Chalet accommodation in Skukuza.


    Skukuza is the headquarters of the Kruger National Park and is the largest of all the park's camps. The camp is well foliaged and there are some lofty trees along the river's edge

  • Waterval Boven in Mpumalanga, South Africa

    Waterval Boven

    Situated on the Highlands Meander route, with its abundance of pristine trout fishing waters and spectacular scenery, Waterval Boven is an historic little piece of Mpumalanga