Meander through Mpumalanga

With its rich heritage and claim to the southern half of Kruger National Park, the Mpumalanga Province has long since been popular with tourists and locals alike. This geographically diverse area invites you into a world of wonder within each pacing step.

Whether you’re looking for adventure with the family or a relaxing retreat in the bush, ‘Paradise Country’ has it all. Embark on the Bermanzi hiking trails, accompanied by panoramic views and lush flora. Explore one of the world’s largest and greenest canyons, pay tribute to the beauty of God's Window or skip back in time some 3 000 million years ago as you gaze upon the ancient allure of the Sudwala Caves. Dotted with gorges, waterfalls and forests, and home to the venerable ‘Big Five’, it’s impossible to not feel a connection to nature while in the magnificent scenery of Mpumalanga.

After long days spent discovering Mpumalanga's gorgeous landscapes, make your way to one of the province’s many delicious stops and quaint accommodations. From delectable bites and hearty home-cooking to 5-star bliss in the bush, Mpumalanga’s hospitality and warm people are its true treasures that keep visitors coming back for more.


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