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Here are three things you might not know about Nelspruit…

 

Photo's by Ludwig Sevenster and courtesy of Dennis Lawrie

Things You May not Know
22 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit

In the last 10 years Nelspruit has really evolved into a shopping mecca, with new malls, car salesrooms and superstores popping up around every corner. 

THE SONPARK EXPERIENCE
22 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit

What’s the latest trend to hit Nelspruit and set this city a buzz? 

 

MARKET ON BROWN
21 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit

In the heart of the Nelspruit’s urban sprawl there is a haven of biodiversity. The Botanical Gardens will magically transport you into an African rainforest, surrounded by rare cycads and your senses engulfed by the vibrancy of South African flora and fauna. 

BOTANICAL BEAUTY
21 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit

The Sudwala caves, located on the R539 just outside Nelspruit, are regarded to be the oldest known caves in the world.

Images by Marius Van Zyl Silo Studio

WORLD’S OLDEST CAVES
21 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit

Built for the 2010 Soccer World Cup, in just 5 short years the Mbombela Stadium has become a familiar landmark in the City.

Photos: Courtesy of Mbombela Stadium

MBOMBELA STADIUM
21 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit

If you are new to Nelspruit, or a tourist passing through, you might wonder how the City’s iconic Soccer Ball came to be.

 

Photo's by Hennie Homann Lowveld Media and Wouter de Witt (aka Ghost)

MBOMBELA SOCCER BALL
21 September 2015 by Katy Johnson
Categories: Nelspruit
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