Last month, we
Right in Mpumalanga, the "Place of the rising sun", are hidden gems of glamour and adventure that the South African Tourism board is just eager to share with the world.
Enjoy a sumptuous meal at Kuka Café
Be ready to be entertained with deliciously creative cocktail mixes and sumptuous meals at the Kuka Café in the sub-tropical town of Hazyview, a 40 minute ride from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport.
Spend a relaxing day at Casa do Sol Resort
At the Casa do Sol Resort, expect luxurious accommodation, invigorating sessions of spa treatments, fine wine and lots of relaxing.
Visit Bourke's luck
Bourke's luck is an iconic attraction nestled in the heart of Mpumalanaga. It is the meeting point of the Treur River (river of happiness) and the Blyde River (river of sadness). According to locals, if you wash your feet in the river, your fortunes will change for good.
Explore the spectacular mountains of Panorama Route Tour
The experience at Panorama Route starts at Nelspruit and includes God’s Window, Blyde River Canyon, Three Rondavels & Bourke Lucks potholes. Expect stunning views, colourful rock formations and breath-taking landscape at the Panorama Tour.
Visit the culturally rich Shangana Village
See first-hand, the rich heritage and cultural diversity of the Shangana tribe of South Africa. A variety of traditional handcrafted art on display — clay and stone pieces, carvings and statues — as well as sonorous singing, acting and dancing will expose you to to the wealth of the Shangana tribe.
Experience the Boma Braai
The Boma Braai is a tradition where an open-air space is set round a fire place for people to chill and make merry. Bring some food and drinks along to complete the experience.
Participate in the adrenaline pumping activities in Mpamalanga such as zip lining & the big swing.
Have an exceptional lunch at the View Restaurant
The Panorama Chalets & Rest Camp Graskop is home to the magical View Restaurant, and is situated on the Mpumalanga Escarpment.