The Lisbon Falls, Mpumalanga

No visit to Mpumalanga is complete without visiting some of its lovely waterfalls. On the famous Panorama Route you'll find more falls clustered in a small area than anywhere else in southern Africa. Lisbon Falls is one of Mpumalanga's most dramatic waterfalls. more

Mbombela, Mpumalanga

Mbombela, the capital of the Mpumalanga province, is a vibrant, sub-tropical city that combines a rich history with scores of wildlife and nature adventure activities and attractions. This dynamic city is not only the gateway to Kruger National Park, but is home to superb botanical gardens, and great shopping. more

Chrissiesmeer, Mpumalanga

Chrissiesmeer, in the heart of Mpumalanga's’s lake district, is surrounded by 270 lakes and pans brimming with birds, butterflies and frogs. There’s even an annual frogging festival which keeps everyone on their toes. It’s full of history too, from Anglo-Boer War battles to poignant graves of lost lovers. more


Mpumalanga offers a variety of fascinating hiking trails and tourists routes and tours. Experience the lifestyles of the early gold diggers on the Prospector’s Hiking Trail in the Pilgrim’s Rest, or explore culture, history, wildlife, mystery and relaxation on the Highveld Heritage Route around Ermelo. more

Sudwala Caves Cultural Village

While the caves invite you to discover the history of the earth itself, the village invites you to discover Nguni history, art and culture. Look out for beadwork, clay pots, woven items, woodcarvings and ceremonial artefacts of the Zulu and the Swazi; and the Ndebele people. more

Amani Spa at Earth Lodge

Relax, restore and rejuvenate. That’s the spirit behind Amani Spa at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, a luxurious spa that is part of one of South Africa’s most desirable safari getaways. Here you can get up close and personal with the African wild and lie back and indulge senses and soul. more