Mpumalanga Province lies to the east of Johannesburg and includes the eastern part of the Highveld, the scenic escarpment and Drakensberg mountains, and the warmer Lowveld region to the east, stretching to the border of Mozambique. Mpumalanga is one of South Africa's most beautiful and most visited provinces. It is home to the Kruger National Park, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, as well as the scenic Panorama Route with its spectacular views and waterfalls.
- Great game viewing
- Warm subtropical climate
- Beautiful scenery, views and waterfalls
- Panorama Route
- Kruger National Park
- Sabi Sand Game Reserve
- Easy to get to from Johannesburg
- Low risk area for malaria
- Huge variety of activities and attractions
Mpumalanga Province includes South Africa's top game reserves, the Kruger National Park and Sabi Sand. Most people's main reason for visiting Mpumalanga is the game viewing and safari experience. However the region has so much more to offer. If time allows, we recommend a visit to the scenic Panorama Route along the escarpment, with its beautiful views and waterfalls.
You can also visit an African tribal village, where you can experience the music, dancing and culture of the African people. Numerous adventure activities are on offer in Mpumalanga, as well as elephant back safaris, hot air balloon flights, hiking trails and short nature walks, the Sudwala caves, reptile park, dinosaur theme park, casinos, shopping and fine dining.
Mpumalanga is a great overall holiday destination, with lots of excellent accommodation options to suit various budgets.