Meaning ‘the place where the sun rises,’ Mpumalanga fulfills the dream of a true African experience with its fascinating cultural heritage and unique concentration of wildlife. The province’s main attraction is the world-renowned Kruger National Park where you can encounter the big and little five by vehicle or foot, from campsites or luxurious lodges.
Mpumalanga is also known as ‘Paradise Country’ thanks to its magnificent landscapes varying from chilly highland grasslands to the subtropical Lowveld of canyons and mountain rivers, spectacular waterfalls and rolling hills, wetlands and evergreen forests.
Outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt with endless activities like rock climbing, hot air ballooning, mountain biking, bird-watching, horse riding or fly fishing. Don’t miss out on visiting the Blyde River Canyon, the world’s third largest canyon with its breathtaking viewpoint God’s Window and the remarkable Bourke’s Luck Potholes.