Things to do in Mpumalanga

The Mpumalanga province offers a famous game reserve, the worlds third-deepest canyon, the oldest cave system on the planet and a land that teams with all manner of flora and fauna.. Mpumalanga means 'the place where the sun rises', and while it may be among South Africa's smallest provinces, what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in spectacular natural diversity within an equally spectacular landscape.


Mpumalanga, is steeped in historical significance from the legendary King Solomon and Queen Sheba to the ancient floating villages of Chrissiesmeer. The region's twisting mountain passes, steep valleys, rivers and pristine forests have given rise to alluring natural phenomena, including the 3 000-million-year-old Sudwala Caves, Bourke's Luck Potholes, God's Window, Wonder View and the Three Rondavels. There are numerous outdoor activities such as bird watching, hiking, horse riding, trout fishing, elephant-back safari, white-water rafting trip or waterfall abseiling.

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