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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...more
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The Gardens are well kept and always in an immaculate condition. It is a pleasure to visit the Gardens and very informative. You can take a picnic basket or go to the little Restaurant for coffee. This is a very peaceful place. Try it, you...More
This must be one of the best botanical gardens in Africa! Wide variety of plants. Good and well maintained infrastructure . Wonderful atmosphere. Good walking roads.
Nice cafe in the gardens. Lots of birds. Well worth a visit.
Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Johan P
Lowveld Botanic... G, Manager at Lowveld National Botanical Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Well said, Johan. We will try our best not to disappoint
I visited the garden on my own (single female traveller 60+) and enjoyed my walk in the calm lush park very much. The full walk from the surprisingly big waterfalls proved to be a bit exhausting in the December heat so I just went back...More
Lowveld Botanical gardens is an undiscovered gem. The saying goes, Mpumalanga is South Africa in one Province. We say that the Lowveld is to be found in the Botanical Gardens. Fun and learning for everyone: playstation for the kids, labyrinth for the spiritual sensitive, the...More
Date of experience: November 2018
1 Thank cobust99
Lowveld Botanic... G, Manager at Lowveld National Botanical Garden, responded to this reviewResponded December 13, 2018
Well said...I agree with you 100%. God was not in hurry when he was crafting Mpumalanga.