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Top Things to do in Mpumalanga

 
 

Blyde River Canyon

Blyde River Canyon is the site of Natural Phenomena. It is the largest Green Canyon in the world and stretches over 26 Kilometres and is over 800 meters deep.

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Big Five at the Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in Africa. The park stretches for 352 kilometres from the North to the South along the South African and Mozambique Border.

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The Sudwala caves/ The Sudwala Dinosaur Park

The Sudwala caves are regarded as the oldest caves in the world.

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Flyfishing at Dullstroom

Dullstroom is the capital of fly-fishing in South Africa. It is cold little town, but it is also cosy and misty, making you feel like you are stepping into a fairy tale with a foggy wonderland.

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Loskop Dam Nature Reserve

Loskop Dam is known as the largest dam in the Southern Hemisphere and it is also a Nature Reserve for wildlife and plant life.

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Shangana Cultural Village

Visit the Shangana Cultural Village 

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Gold Panning at Pilgrims Rest

Pilgrims Rest is a little town that is lost in the 1800’s. The town is small enough for you to explore it on foot.

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Lowveld Botanical Garden at Nelspruit

Go to Nelspruit, which is the capital of Mpumalanga it is a busy town with tons to do.

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Forests at Sabie

The little town of Sabie is situated on the banks of the Sabie River and is surrounded by forests.

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Makhonjwa Mountains at Barberton

Barberton became a vibrant and wild prospector town, filled with interesting characters. It is also known as the Daisy town.

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Birding at Chrissiesmeer

Chrissiesmeer is known as the Lake District of South Africa. Yearly Lake Chrissie is painted pink by the visiting flamingos.

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Rock Climbing at Waterval Boven

Waterval Boven is situated on the edge of the escarpment, which is on the banks of the Elands Rivers.

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