Wild Frontier

The Wild Frontier shares it borders Mozambique, Swaziland, making it possible to achieve the feat of visiting three countries in one day.



Visit the historic town of Barberton a fantastic reminder of South Africa during the gold rush. The Wild Frontier is also referred to as the cradle of life, because of the important archaeological findings in the area that date back more than three billion years.

Towns

Barberton

The ‘Gold Rush’ town of Barberton is situated in the heart of Mpumalanga’s Makhonjwa Mountains. With its mild Lowveld winters, rich history and wide array of things to see and do Barberton is the perfect year round holiday destinati...

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Hectorspruit

Hectorspruit is another small farming town in Mpumalanga. The town is and the stream that runs through it are named after a faithful hunting dog.

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Kaapmuiden

On the N4 to Nelspruit there are many uninteresting small towns but one that is, is Kaapmuiden with its excellent butcher, brightly coloured Silo and its proximity to the fantastic Leopard Creek Golf Course.

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Komatipoort

Komatipoort is situated in the area where the Crocodile River and Komati River come together.The name Komati originated from the original native Swazi called the River Nkomwzi, which means ‘river if comes’. The name poort is named after w...

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Louws Creek

The tiny town of Low’s Creek was named after Scot David Ireland Low, who discovered a gold bearing reef in the vicinity. In 1895 the town became one of the stations on the Barberton to Kaapmuiden railway line, which drew more people to this sma...

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Malelane

Malelane is a laid-back and friendly town, a gateway to the Kruger National Park. Because it acts as a gateway to the park it has bed and breakfasts and large supermarkets to stock up before entering the park.

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