Why Mpumalanga?


Mpumalanga

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

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.

Its convenient location as well as upmarket accommodation and amazing facilities on-site make for a truly unforgettable holiday. The on-site adventure desk staff will assist in tailor-making Big 5 game drives and other adventures such as white water rafting, for you to make the most of out of your holiday.

After an eventful day of adventure in the bush, relax in your beautifully furnished unit, which has a well-equipped and a modern kitchen to make self-catering a breeze. Linger over your meals in the outside dining area or cool off in your private splash pool.

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.

This nature lovers' haven offers a relaxing respite from everyday life and boasts soothing warm water pools fed by natural hot springs. Your luxury Highveld hideaway not only offers excellent birding opportunities within the resort but also has several hiking trails, some of which will take you through lovely bush along the Sterkspruit River or to a scenic picnic spot by the Crocodile River.

Relax and soothe your tired muscles in the warm water pools while the children have fun on the playground. The tastefully modern and spacious living areas, comfy bedrooms and a well-equipped modern kitchen make for a pleasant, relaxing getaway. Savour breakfast outside on your private patio as a pre-dawn chorus of birdsong greets a new day.

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.

Equestrians of all levels are welcome and scenic trail outrides are on offer. Other activities include mountain biking, trail running/hiking, quad biking and more. There are two restaurants on the property. The Sporting Horse features a charming experience, with leather wingback chairs and breathtaking views of the countryside.

The year 1883 represents the founding of the estate and the eponymous restaurant offers a delicious à la carte menu with fresh, local produce in each meal. The high-end holiday villas are located on the Equestrian side of this beautiful sprawling estate. The self-catering units off er fully-equipped kitchens, a lounge, fi replace as well as flat screen TVs. The enclosed patios are fitted with indoor braais.

Find out more

Interested in finding out more? Contact us using the details below or complete the contact form:

  • Phone PRC0861 439 242
  • Email PRCconcierge@prc.co.za