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KlipHuisjes

8 Reviews
Sleeps 14 in 4 rooms

KlipHuisjes is situated in a top-notch, easily accessible area in town. It is located in a peaceful and safe environment hidden among huge...
from R1000
per night for 2 guests
[email protected] is your extremely affordable gateway to Kruger Park and the wonderful Mpumalanga province. There are two comfortable...
from R430
per night for 2 guests

25 Fig Tree

2 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Nestled within the rugged beauty of Marloth Park, 25 Fig Tree offers the ideal bushveld getaway for couples. It is situated within a...
from R495
per night for 2 guests

The Outpost Dullstroom

6 Reviews
Sleeps 44 in 8 rooms

The Outpost is a warm and welcoming self-catering guest farm set in the tranquil surroundings of lush Dullstroom. 2 large dams with jetties...
from R480
per night for 2 guests

Kwaggaskop Game Farm

2 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Kwaggaskop Game Farm is situated between Belfast and Dullstroom within the Highlands Meander . The fully equipped, 4 bedroom house is...
from R2000
per night for 2 guests

Merry Pebbles Resort

12 Reviews
Sleeps 70 in 11 rooms

Merry Pebbles Resort is situated on the banks of the Sabie River, 1 km from Sabie village. AA Highly Recommended self-catering...
from R220
per night for 2 guests

The Krantz Accommodation

29 Reviews
Sleeps 25 in 6 rooms

The Krantz Accommodation is situated in the peaceful town of Sabie, overlooking the Hazyview Valley. The five hectare property comprises...
from R600
per night for 2 guests

Rooihoogte Guest House

11 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 2 rooms

Rooihoogte is a beautiful guest cottage situated on a working farm, about 25 km from Carolina, overlooking the lovely mountains of...
from R560
per night for 2 guests

Inhlanzi

4 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Inhlanzi is situated on an 88-hectar farm on the Kruisfonten Valley road, only a kilometre before the picturesque town of Dullstroom. The...
from R700
per night for 2 guests

5 on Juanita

3 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Situated in a safe and quiet residential area, 5 on Juanita is a comfortable, self-catering accommodation in Nelspruit. The flat has one...
from R500
per night for 2 guests

Bush Cottage

14 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Bush Cottage occupies a prime position with uninterrupted views across the Crocodile River, into Kruger Park. It’s just a few metres from...
from R1150
per night for 2 guests

Crocodile Bridge Safari Lodge...

13 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 7 rooms

Nestled on the banks of the Crocodile River bordering the world famous Kruger National Park lies...
from R1150
per night for 2 guests

Hakuna Matata

15 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

A lovely and luxurious, three-bedroom house with air-conditioners, a splash pool and a four poster bed. It has a large viewing deck with a...
from R1200
per night for 2 guests

Mo Rocca Kruger

11 Reviews
Sleeps 9 in 3 rooms

Southern Africa captivates everyone who is fortunate enough to experience its power and magic. Luxury in the heart of the African bush, Mo...
from R500
per night for 2 guests

Ingwenya View

24 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Ingwenya View is a cosy double-storey holiday house situated in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy. The house which can sleep up to a...
from R1300
per night for 2 guests

Swallows House

31 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Situated on the shores of the Da Gama Lake, this tranquil retreat is located in the most beautiful part of the Lowveld. It is close to...
from R1300
per night for 2 guests

Doringbos

15 Reviews
Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Doringbos is a fully equipped, authentic thatched house that offers an unforgettable getaway in Big 5 country. It is nestled in 4000...
from R695
per night for 2 guests

Angels Mist Guest House

12 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Angels Mist Guest House is a newly refurbished guest house set in the peaceful haven of Kaapsehoop. We offer the tranquility of country...
from R700
per night for 2 guests

Sunset View

19 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Situated on the outskirts of Dullstroom, Sunset View is the first house in a newly established estate called Featherview. Well-built in a...
from R820
per night for 2 guests

Khamkirri

14 Reviews
Sleeps 3 in 1 room

Khamkirri is a one bedroom self-catering house situated in the small mountain village of Kaapsehoop. The house is upstairs on the first...
from R800
per night for 2 guests

Mpumalanga South Africa

Mpumalanga Self-catering Accommodation

Although Mpumalanga is not the only province in South Africa with excellent game viewing, national parks and luxury lodges, it's here that the safari experience has been perfected. About half the Kruger National Park is in this lovely province and there are so many private game reserves and lodges than you will have a hard time choosing. Like Limpopo Province to its immediate north, Mpumalanga straddles the escarpment between the Lowveld and the Drakensberg, so the different parts of the province have different characters. The Lowveld is hot and humid with broad-leaved forests and wide, slow rivers, while the Highlands are cool and green, with rolling grasslands, pine plantations, pockets of indigenous forest and cheerfully gurgling mountain streams and waterfalls. Most of the game is in the Lowveld, while the attractions of the Highlands include hiking, horse trails, river rafting and other adventure activities, such as gorge swings and abseiling.

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, near the town of Waterval Boven, is one of South Africa's most popular climbing destinations. The fly fishing in the Highlands area is awesome, particularly near the pretty town of Dullstroom, where there are loads of dams and streams well stocked with fat trout. There are awesome birds to be spotted, both in the game reserves and in the Highlands, where you're likely to see some montane grassland species, including the rare and endangered blue swallow. For a bird's eye view, rather than a view of birds, you can choose between microlight flights and gentle floats in a hot air balloon. Mpumalanga also has some fantastic paragliding and hang gliding launch sites - particularly along the escarpment. The mountain biking is great. Even with so much to do, many people visit Mpumalanga just to sight-see. The Panorama Route is a scenic meander taking in some fabulous sights, including the Blyde River Canyon, Bourke's Luck Potholes, the Three Rondawels, the Swadini Dam and many beautiful waterfalls and spectacular vistas including one called God's Window.

The Blyde River Canyon is the biggest vegetated canyon in the world. Second in size only to the Grand Canyon in the USA, and the Fish River Canyon in Namibia, it is lush and green with a plethora of plant and animal life and is a major centre of endemism. It's also where Antarctica and Madagascar split away from Africa a few million years ago during the break-up of the super-continent Gondwanaland. Also in the canyon, is Bourke's Luck Potholes - a fantastically contorted area of scenic potholes, and deeply scoured canyons. The Blyde is a great river to raft, with some pretty challenging rapids, but it also offers fun family paddling on a gentler section. The Three Rondawels are three conical hills and the Swadini Dam at the end of the canyon is a lovely stretch of water. Also on the Panorama Route is the rather cutesy museum town of Pilgrims Rest. The mines were active until the 1970s when they became terminally unprofitable, and the whole town was bought up by the provincial authorities to be converted to a tourist attraction. Museums, cute craft outlets, coffee shops, restaurants and the original hotel with its characterful bar bring the gold rush era vividly to life. Pilgrims Rest was the venue for the World Gold Panning Championships in 2005.

Mpumalanga's cultural attractions are particularly colourful. The iconic Ndebele artwork that is almost synonymous with South Africa is produced in the museum village of Botshabelo. Colourful beadwork and small painted articles can be admired and purchased while the magnificent painted buildings are - unfortunately - not for sale as souvenirs. They're well worth photographing, though. Kids will love the dinosaur park, just outside the deep and convoluted Sudwala Caves. Mpumalanga has a very interesting technical freshwater diving destination that will appeal to technical divers.

Note: If you are planning to travel to the north eastern parts of Mpumalanga or Swaziland please be aware that this region is malarial. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

Although Mpumalanga is not the only province in South Africa with excellent game viewing, national parks and luxury lodges, it's here that the safari experience has been perfected. About half the Kruger National Park is in this...

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If you are looking for Mpumalanga self catering accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of self catering accommodation in Mpumalanga and surrounds. With 1264 listings in Mpumalanga, our handy Mpumalanga map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect self catering holiday accommodation for your Mpumalanga visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Mpumalanga South Africa

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