Mpumalanga is one of South Africa’s smallest provinces and one of its most exciting.
Known as “The Place Where the Sun Rises”, Mpumalanag’s natural assets make it a prime target for outdoor enthusiasts, who come to abseil down waterfalls, throw themselves off cliffs, raft or tube down rivers, explore subterranean caves, gallop through grasslands, and hike or bike forest trails. Guided tours of Mpumalanga include trips to off-the-beaten-track destinations as well as city and cultural tours and trips to famous landmarks such as the Kruger Park, Blyde River Canyon, God's Widow, the fabulous Panorama Route and many more
Experience South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park and enjoy a morning, afternoon or full day safari where you will be treated to some of the best wildlife viewing the continent has to offer. Home to the ‘Big Five’ and hundreds of other species: pride of lions, majestic herds of elephants or lone roaming elephant bulls, a solitary leopard laying in a shady tree, the rare rhino, and herds of buffalo, as well as a multitude of other wild animals and birds.
This unmissable tour takes you through the beautiful region of Mpumalanga, stopping at prime locations to take in the epic landscapes. Along the trip you will visit the magnificent Blyde River Canyon see the “Three Rondavels”, explore the unique rock formations of Bourke’s Luck Potholes and then peer out over the Lowveld from the edge of God’s Window. Next on the list is Pilgrim’s Rest. No visit to Mpumalanga is complete without a trip through the Panorama Route.
For those travelers who are passionate about wildlife conservation, the ‘Endangered Wildlife’ tour is an excellent way to learn more about rehabilitation and conservation efforts in the region. Guests will visit the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, and also stop at the Endangered Species Centre in Hoedspruit, where guests have the rare opportunity to see some of South Africa’s most endangered species.
Enjoy an exhilarating 6km downhill on the Monster Mountain Scooter, through the ingenious forest and pine trees of the Berlin plantation of Komatiland, passing over rivers and having spectacular views over the De Kaap and Elands Valley. A tough as-nails game viewer takes you from the center of the historic village of Kaapsehoop into the forest to the best hills to start your adventure.
Swaziland Day Trip
A land locked in time, Swaziland provides visitors a look into old Southern African life and traditions. Crossing into the small nation at Jeppe’s Reef visitors will have the opportunity to experience authentic Swazi culture by visiting the Nqwenya glass factory and watching the famous Swazi craftsmen work. Visitors will also get to enjoy lunch at the stunning Malandelas.
Maputo Day Trip
Experience a fantastic mix of Latino-African cultures when you visit the unique city of Maputo. Explore the Fortress, built by the Portuguese, and the large Central Market where you can buy various crafts and souvenirs. Visitors will also be able to visit the beautiful FEIMA curio market where traditional artisans display their art. This is a great look into the lives of local Mozambicans.