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IIt’s without a doubt that South Africa boasts incredible and vibrant provinces that have so much to offer locals and visitors, however, there’s something about Mpumalanga that sets the bar high for the rest.

Travel to this unique part of the country during the school holidays and find out what makes the “place where the sun rises” so magnificent. Here are our top picks to help you kick-start your exploration with the family:

The Boskombuis

LLocated near the N4 highway and the Rayton/Cullinan intersection lies The Boskombuis, the perfect venue to break away for the hustle and bustle of city life. Enjoy being surrounded by nature as you relax, enjoy delicious cuisine, listen to talented musicians and settle in for an unforgettable experience.

Graskop Gorge Lift Centre

GGet ready for an adrenaline rush when visiting Graskop Gorge Lift Centre. Here you’ll get an opportunity to zipline high above the canyon, or do a heart-stopping big swing and delight in the beautiful forest environment below. You can explore the area via a 600m circular trail consisting of elevated boardwalks and suspension bridges.

Kruger National Park

AA drive to the Kruger National Parkwill allow you to be one with Africa’s Big Five. From African elephants and buffalo to roaring lions, expect to be mesmerised by Africa’s thriving wildlife. You’ll also find yourself surrounded by hundreds of bird species, ancient trees, winding rivers and so much more.

Did You Know?
TThe Kruger National Park was proclaimed in 1894 by President Paul Kruger.

BBourkes Luck Potholes

TThis is just one of Mpumalanga’s many hidden gems. Bourkes Luck Potholesis a natural attraction that is made up of inter-connected pools, interlaced with sandstone outcrops. Consider this incredible location as a gateway to Mpumalanga’s scenic outdoors.

Summerfield Rose Retreat & Spa

SSummerfield Rose Retreat & Spais the perfect place to rejuvenate your body and soul. Spa treatments and gorgeous rooms can be found at this 5-star luxury retreat on the Sabie River. Accommodation includes Tented Suites, a Forest Suite and a self-catering Stone House—You won’t want to leave!

What are you waiting for? Take a Shot’Leftto this incredible province over the school holidays and enjoy a time-out with the entire family.

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