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#1 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: State Parks
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Elephant Whispers (Hazyview)
#2 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#3 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Canyons
The 33 km long spectacular gorge has an abundance of wildlife.
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#4 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
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#5 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: The Dullstroom Bird Of Prey & Rehabilitation Centre strives to educate the public on the plight of raptors. We provide flying... more » Owner description: The Dullstroom Bird Of Prey & Rehabilitation Centre strives to educate the public on the plight of raptors. We provide flying demonstrations, handling and photographic days to the public as part of our educational drive. We rehabilitate injured raptors and also breed and release raptors back into the wild. Our centre is a worthwhile visit. « less
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Panorama Route (Graskop)
#6 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Scenic Drives
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#7 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Geologic Formations
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#8 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Zoos
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#9 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Geologic Formations
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#10 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#11 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Gardens
Owner description: The Lowveld National Botanical Garden in Nelspruit, ‘grows’ magically out of the confluence of the Crocodile and Nels Rivers... more » Owner description: The Lowveld National Botanical Garden in Nelspruit, ‘grows’ magically out of the confluence of the Crocodile and Nels Rivers and offers up a magnificent array of nature’s treasures. The two rivers create spectacular waterfalls which give this Garden its visually spectacular character. « less
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Sudwala Caves (Nelspruit)
#12 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Caverns/ Caves
Owner description: The Sudwala Caves is the oldest known caves in the world and lie in the Drakensberg escarpment.Regular guided tours take you... more » Owner description: The Sudwala Caves is the oldest known caves in the world and lie in the Drakensberg escarpment.Regular guided tours take you 600 meters in and 150 meters underground. Tours leave every 10 min (approx) and take about 30 minutes.The caves have some amazing formations including stalactites, stalagmites, flow stones and pre cambrian fossils. The most famous formation is the Screaming Monster. This is actually a stalactite that has joined with a stalagmite and has formed a column that is 200 million years old. « less
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#13 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers
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#14 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Geologic Formations
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Horse Whispers (Hazyview)
#15 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Tours; Equestrian Trails
Owner description: We are located on a 2000 hectare Bushveld property, owned by the Sandford community trust. Horse Whispers is a company that... more » Owner description: We are located on a 2000 hectare Bushveld property, owned by the Sandford community trust. Horse Whispers is a company that offers a wide variety of horse trails. The well-being and future of these horses is dependent on the income from horse trails and donations. Most of these horses came from foster homes and were field horses fairly familiar to human interaction, some did not trust humans at all and others had no understanding of personal space.The training of these horses consisted of halter work, trusting and respecting humans, desensitization exercises, groundwork, preparing for a rider, backing and riding away with a safe, confident horse! Today, these horses able to play a significant role in brighting the lives of underprivileged children. The program teach more than just riding; children develop life skills such as self-confidence, responsibility and discipline – and can have a positive impact on academic performance too. Join us for an unforgettable horse riding experience through the Hazyview bushveld with an en-route stop to meet 6 majestic African Elephants.Or go on a breathtaking ride alongside the river and through the hills leads to an idyllic picnic site in a secluded valley. Enjoy your lunch in the shaded canopy provided by the indigenous Matumi trees. Participate in a cattle drive which is a cattle round up on the Sandford Reserve, where a small number of cattle are located and gathered and moved to the nearest water source. The cattle are moved at a walk, any faster than a walk and you run the fat off them, most unwelcomed by any farmer. There is some faster work occasionally to retrieve runaways. We also offer 30 min, one hour and two hour bush outrides. « less
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#16 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
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#17 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Waterfalls
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#18 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Waterfalls
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#19 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Get up close and personal with some of South Africa and the worlds most venomous snakes! Large constrictors, lizards,... more » Owner description: Get up close and personal with some of South Africa and the worlds most venomous snakes! Large constrictors, lizards, tortoises, spiders, frogs and crocodilians on display, all set amongst lush tropical gardens. A great outing for everyone, combining education and information with fun - don't miss our incredibly informative demonstrations at 11 and 3 daily, and crocodile feeding on Sundays at 2 (seasonal and weather dependent. We are so lucky to be situated centrally, with restaurants (including Spur, Kuka and Topoplinos) and a kiddies playground all within the same centre, Skyway trails right next door, and two Elephant Sanctuaries within 10km! We are also in easy reach of Sudwala Caves and the Panorama Route, and partner with Induna Adventures, Sudwala Caves and Chimp Eden to offer you great discounts. « less
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#20 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Hiking Trails
Two hiking trails criss-cross the vast Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve, rife with forests, grasslands and bush.
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#21 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#22 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Waterfalls
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Alanglade House Museum (Pilgrim's Rest)
#23 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: This grand museum is the former home of a wealthy miner and still contains many examples of period furniture, paintings and... more » Owner description: This grand museum is the former home of a wealthy miner and still contains many examples of period furniture, paintings and glassware. « less
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#24 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Historic Sites
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#25 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Owner description: Kambaku - Komatipoort Golf Course situated in Komatipoort Mpumalanga is a 9 hole course set in the wildest corner of South... more » Owner description: Kambaku - Komatipoort Golf Course situated in Komatipoort Mpumalanga is a 9 hole course set in the wildest corner of South Africa. At the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati Rivers along the foothils of the Lebombo mountain range. With a well stocked bar and open-air restaurant you can enjoy our clubhouse' rustic homely atmosphere. The club is open Tuesday to Sunday for meals as well as drinks. « less
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#26 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Historic Sites
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#27 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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#28 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Golf Courses
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Abel Erasmus Pass (Ohrigstad)
#29 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Off road/All Terrain Vehicle Trails
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#30 of 35 attractions in Mpumalanga
Category: Golf Courses
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