There are so many wonderful places to visit in Mpumalanga – a mix of natural wonders and historically fascinating sites are abound. For both the adventurous and non-adventurous Mpumalanga offers a little something for all. Mpumalanga means ‘place where the sun rises’
Top of the list is always The Kruger National Park. Nearly 2 million hectares of unrivaled diversity of life forms fuses with historical and archaeological sights. The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. Enjoy a little African Culture with the residents of the traditional villages of Shangana. These local people invite guests to share in the way of life of the Shangaan people.
At the Sudwala caves you can embark on an epic underground adventure that takes you 2000m into the heart of the caves. And more specifically enjoy the crystal chamber with its amazing array of sparkling aragonite crystals. Take a walk back in time to the days of the dinosaurs at the dinosaur park with life size replicas of these magnificent creatures. An new addition to this area is the Butterfly park which promises colour and beauty in all shapes and forms
The Panorama Route includes the Blyde River Canyon, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and God’s Window. The magnificent Panorama Route is best known for its cultural heritage and its dramatic landscapes and cascading waterfalls. Pilgrim’s Rest is situated along this Panorama Route. The uniqueness of this historic village is vividly evident in its museums and historic sites. It offers the visitor a fascinating window into the past, and captures the spirit of a bygone era and its people in their quest for gold.
This is not all, the Lowveld has to offer. Contact Ecoaches tours reservations office and we will transport your dreams into reality, whilst making unforgettable memories.