When it comes to wildlife and bush, Mpumalanga offers more diversity and more excitement than any other country in the world, and has created more lifetime memories than any other experience or holiday could ever hope to achieve.
Home to the iconic Kruger National Park - one of the biggest wildlife reserves in the word, and certainly the most accessible - Mpumalanga is equally well-known for the private game lodges and reserves that make the Province unique in this regard. And the choices are endless. Choose a self-drive safari, overnighting in one of the wonderful camps in the parks. Or try one of the many reputable Safari Operators who will ensure that your experience is memorable. Something more adventurous? Then how about a game walk with a trained Guide, who will take you up close and personal. And for something completely different, there are elephant-back safaris, horseback safari's - and even mountainbike safari's. Whatever your preference, you’re assured of a memorable game viewing experience.
For those wishing for a nature-based experience, Mpumalanga has the natural wonders to satisfy your desire. The iconic Blyde River Canyon, for example, is the 3rd largest canyon in the world and is the 4th-most visited tourism destination in the country. Or visit any one of the majestic waterfalls that dot the landscape - the mighty Berlin Falls, the historic Mac Mac Falls or the Elands River Falls outside Waterval Boven (where you can even abseil alongside).
Of course, the subtropical climate of the Lowveld region of Mpumalanga makes this a year-round destination for anyone wishing to experience the best wildlife and bush that this planet has to offer.