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Some people refer to it as God’s Footprint, others call it as Adam’s Footprint. While others believe that it is proof that giants – like those described in the Bible and that feature in children's stories – once roamed the earth. The legend of e'Mpul...

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Golf Courses
This 18-hole golf course was designed by famous South African golfer Gary Player. After your round of golf have lunch or dinner at the restaurant outside that overlooks the golf course, or at one of the many restaurants in the adjoining Graceland Re...

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Wildlife Sanctuary Experience
The Gecko guest house has a rich history as it was built by renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker designed this house in true Victorian Style, with wooden floors and high steel pressed ceilings....

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Hiking
Amongst Barberton's bustling streets, slotted between people’s homes and hiding in plain view are relics of the past. Remnants of when Barberton was more than just another ‘Gold Rush’ town, lasting reminders that Barberton was the Gold Rush Boom Town...

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Adventure
Induna Adventures is a one stop adventure and team building centre with more than 14 adventure activities ,adventure packages and team building packages to choose from. The Adventure Centre is situated in the Sabie River Valley and forms part of the ...

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Shopping
JCB Leathers was established in 1992 as a tannery in the Republic of South Africa, specifically concentrating on the tanning of “wool-on-skin” sheepskins and gameskins, and in doing so created badly needed job opportunities for Breyten, a small rural...

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Natural
Jericho Dam, located a few minutes’ drive from Amsterdam on the Mpama River, is a fishing and camping destination for the whole family that is also known for boating and water sports....

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Kaapsehoop Horse Trails is a well-known and idyllic hideaway at the end of a 7km forest track that winds through the Berlin Forest. Leaving behind the historic, quaint gold mining village of Kaapsehoop you will find your shoulders lightening, your ey...

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Diving
Scuba diving in the middle of landlocked Mpumalanga might not be the first tourist activity that springs to mind, but for those adventurous enough to try it the experience is unforgettable! The Komati Springs Inland Dive School can be found on the R3...

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Game Drive
Kruger Track and Trails offers Big 5 photographic, walking, fishing and hunting safaris ...

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General Natural Attractions
The Lisbon Falls are just three kilometers to the south of the Berlin Falls on the Lisbon River. The Lisbon River plunges down in a double stream, 90 meters high, over a semicircular rock face. There is a 100-meter footpath leading from the parking a...

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General Natural Attractions
Long Tom Pass is named after the cannons used during the Boer war - with an example to be seen at the crest of the Pass. Originally used as the route for wagon drivers travelling between Mozambique and Lyndenburg, the Pass was treacherous, with s...

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General Natural Attractions
On the banks of the Loskop Dam on the Olifants River, 48 kilometers north of Middelburg and 230 kilometers East of Johannesburg, lies this Resorts, surrounded by a Mountain range and nature reserve which is home to the white rhino, leopard, crocodile...

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General Natural Attractions
One of 9 Botanical Gardens in South Africa, it is the Lowveld Botanical Garden that possess one of the largest South African fig tree collections. Home to the largest man-made African Rain Forest it lies in an area of approximately 160ha on both si...

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The Lydenburg Heads refer to seven terracotta heads that were discovered in association with other pottery artefacts in Lydenburg, Mpumalanga, South Africa. They are among the oldest known African Iron Age artworks from below the equator. Other artef...