Mpumalanga has many iconic landscapes that include the Blyde River Canyon, the world's greenest and third largest formation of its kind. Majestic waterfalls, natural geologic phenomenon, historically significant towns and cultural heritage sites make for a fascinating destination. Apart from its natural and historical significance, the province is also known for adventure activities and is of course, one of the few places in the world where you can tee off with a giraffe or hippo nearby.
Hazyview Cabanas is in the heart of Big Game Country, conveniently located in Hazyview, just off the main road, its well-manicured lawns stretching all the way to the banks of the Sabie River. The resort is a mere 20-minute drive to one of the world's largest, most diverse and thrilling drawcards, The Kruger National Park.
Falcon Glen Hot Springs Resort
Falcon Glen Hot Springs Resort was named after the natural hot springs on the property, as well as the Peregrine Falcon, one of the more than 100 species endemic in the area.
Dunkeld Country & Equestrian Estate
The sprawling Dunkeld Country & Equestrian Estate is a stunning destination for those who want to unwind and enjoy the clean, country air. The serene property is known as the fly fishing capital of South Africa, with its 19 still water dams on-site.
Mjenjane Private Game Reserve
Situated on the banks of the Crocodile River, Mjejane Private Game Reserve borders on the world famous Kruger National Park. Positioned on the Kruger's southern boundary between the Malelane and Crocodile Bridge gates, the reserve enjoys 10kms of spectacular river frontage and is fenced into Kruger Park itself.
Highland Gate Golf & Flyfishing Estate
This exclusive golf and trout estate is beautifully situated on the edge of the Steenkampsberg, where the Kareekraal and Valyspruit rivers meet, before going over a 125-metre waterfall to join the Crocodile River.
The magnificent Ernie Els golf course was designed to utilise outstanding natural beauty for a truly memorable golfing experience. The entire estate consists of more than 700 hectares, of which only 30% is demarcated for development, with the remainder to be left in its natural state for visitors to enjoy.
The Dullstroom area is known for its cool, sub-alpine climate and its misty atmosphere, reminiscent of the Scottish Highlands. Highland Gate is 10kms from Dullstroom, South Africa's fly fishing capital. The town is a shopper's paradise, offering fantastic arts and crafts ware, fishing tackle and many eateries to choose from. The stunning villa has an open plan area with two fireplaces, a lounge, dining room and fully equipped kitchen. This leads onto a covered patio with a built-in braai. The villa has three beautiful en-suite bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 guests