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Mpumalanga Things to do

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Things to do in Mpumalanga

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Marloth Park is a unique bushveld holiday town and nature conservancy bordering the Kruger National...
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The Balule Nature Reserve, also called the Balule Private Game Reserve, is situated next to the...
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The Three Rondawels are also known as 'The Chief and his Three Wives'. The flat-topped peak to the...
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The Kruger National Park, which measures a whopping two million hectares, is approximately the size...
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Hike through a maze of unusual rock formations for 20 minutes from Kaapsehoop and you will find...
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At 92 m, the Lisbon Falls are the highest in Mpumalanga. The river separates into three streams as...
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Letubi offer mild to wild quad bike and scrambler trails for the whole family. Novice and more...
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Situated along the Mpumalanga Drakensberg escarpment, the reserve covers a large area extending...
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At Jugomaro Predator Park you can come eye to eye with lions and tigers. At very affordable prices...
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Lone Creek Falls is a well-known spot and is part of the waterfall route in the area of Sabie,...
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The Sudwala Caves are an incredibly deep system of caverns lying in the Mpumalanga region of the...
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Sabie is surrounded by one of the largest man-made forests in the world. Forestry first began in...
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The modern Blue Haze Mall is the biggest shopping centre in Mpumalanga and Limpopo, offering 186...
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Situated in the southwestern part of the greater Kruger National Park, Sabi Sand Game Reserve is...
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The spectacular Num-Num Hiking Trail offers seasoned hikers a self-guided three to five day hiking...
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Middelburg Mall houses over 90 shops including leading SA grocery and departments stores Checkers,...
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This hour-long tour takes in the sites and amazing history of the Kaapsehoop, an unassuming little...
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Situated 4 km northwest of Dullstroom on the Tonteldoos Road is the start of the two-day...
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Challenging private golf course, 9 holes (18 tees) with spectacular views of the Schoemanskloof...
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Horse riding, quad biking, river rafting, zipline, mountain biking, tubing
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