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A Lush Garden of Eden

Mountains, rivers, canyons, valleys, waterfalls, savannah, wildlife…  These are some of the things that can be said without being able to ‘tell’ the magnificence of this paradise. South Africa’s eastern Mpumalanga Province offers treasuries like the Kruger National Park, the Blyde River Canyon and the Sudwala caves.

It is divided in 2 by the Escarpment of the Drakensberg Mountains, with peaks 2,000 metres high. Travelling east, the area of the Lowveld hosts half of the Kruger National Park, shared also with the Limpopo Province.

Entering the Lowveld from Lydenburg, the Long Tom pass leads you to the charming town of Sabie. Graskop is close to Blyde River Canyon, while Hazyview is near the Kruger Park’s Skukuza Gate. A wide range of Mpumalanga hotels are available in these towns.

The picturesque Nelspruit is the provincial capital. From all the hotels in Mpumulanga, Nelspruit has probably the greatest variety, due to its economical and administrative importance. The proximity to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport makes the neighbouring White River a good option.

Malelane, Komatipoort and Marloth Park can be found following the Crocodile River towards Mozambique. They offer great accommodation, sometimes directly inside game reserves.

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