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Mpumalanga Accommodation

Accommodation in Mpumalanga, South Africa

To find Accommodation in Mpumalanga, simply use the controls on the map to zoom into a particular region for a more detailed view of locations, or click on the town's / reserve's name in the list provided. Results include a selection of Bed & Breakfast, Guest Houses, Hotels, and Self Catering Accommodation for that area of Mpumalanga. Conference Venues and Wedding Venues are also included (if applicable).
Mpumalanga "The Place Where The Sun Rises" epitomises every traveller's dream of the true African experience. Located in the north-eastern part of South Africa, the province is bordered by Mozambique to the east and the Kingdom of Swaziland to the south-east.

The Drakensberg Escarpment divides Mpumalanga into a westerly half region consisting mainly of grassland (called the "Highveld") and an easterly half region situated in low altitude subtropics called the "Lowveld / Bushveld"). The southern half of the Kruger National Park is situated in the latter. The diverse and special flora and fauna of the province enjoys protection in a range of private and state-owned nature reserves.

Attractions range from game viewing and bird watching, to scenic drives across the valleys and peaks of the vast Drakensberg Escarpment, and include agritourism, industrial and adventure tourism, and cultural experiences. Historical sites and villages, old wagon routes and monuments, mark events and characters who passed this way in search of adventure and wealth.

The cultural heritage of the province is varied and exciting. The Ndebele beadwork and house-painting in the north-west, the arts and crafts of the Lowveld, and the different traditional villages all over the province, offer a unique insight into the history of its people.

Major tourist attractions within the area include:
  • The Kruger National Park
  • Sabie - a forestry region, and a must for tourists. Activities range from hiking, climbing, and mountainbiking -
    to trout fishing, canoeing, caving and bridge jumping.
  • The Blyde River Canyon - the third largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon.
  • The spectacular views from "God's Window" at the edge of the escarpment.
  • Pilgrim's Rest - a small historical town restored to what it would have looked like during the gold rush era.
  • The Sudwala Caves - the oldest known cave system in the world.
  • The Bourke's Luck Potholes
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