Lowveld

Kruger National Park Self drive Tour including Car Rental

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Day 1: Collect your car at O.R Tambo international and travel towards Hazyview and sleep at Hotel Numbi right next to the Kruger National Park. Day 2: Spend the day touring the southern region of the Park that is vastly different in vegetation to the northern Mopani and thorn veld Savannah, sleep again at Hotel Numbi. - Read more...

Mapungubwe

Situated at the confluence of the shahse and Limpopo Rivers, Mapungubwe borders Botswana and Zimbabwe. A granite like natural fortress hosted what archaeologist now believe to an ancient and surprisingly advanced culture. Tens of Thousands of artefacts have already been excavated from this and other nearby sites including much gold copper and iron artefacts. Jewellery - Read more...

Long Tom Pass

Long tom pass is a beautiful, windy pass that links Lydenburg on the Drakensberg with Sabie on the escarpment. The Current Long tom pass follows the old wagon route taken in the late 1800’s that linked Lydenburg with Delagoa Bay in Mozambique. Signs posted along the pass are evidence of the hardships experienced by the - Read more...

Lydenburg

Lydenburg has a long intimate history of the then Transvaal Republic and has developed into a significant town due to both agricultural and mining activity including alluvial gold. The town still looks and maintains and old “town feel” full of its many historic buildings prominent n its streets.

Dullstroom

Old Transvaal Inn

Dullstroom is picturesque and known for its trout fishing. Being at such a high altitude (2076m) it is known at the coldest place in South Africa and as such has unique fauna and flora.

Abel Erasmus Pass

The Abel Erasmus pass is about 11km long and falls from the escarpment into the Lowveld where climate, vegetation and geological phenomenon are in stark contrast from one another.

Three Rondawels

Three Rondawels

At the end of the escarpment, rising between 600m and 800m from the river bed, the canyon is dominated by three rondawels. Like Promontories reminiscent of the three sisters in the great Karoo.  In the river below a dam was constructed. Its wall 72m high, gives the dam a capacity of 54 million m3 cubic - Read more...

God’s Window

Gods Window

It is said that on a clear day one can see all the way to Mozambique. The view from the top of the escarpment is indeed breath-taking. There is a short trail to amble along with many openings onto views of the Lowveld at ones feet. The trail takes one through virgin forest and local - Read more...

Bourke’s Luck Potholes

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Sculpted by water over thousands of years, these unusual, pothole shaped rocks along the Blyde rivers course make for the most remarkable geological phenomenon in the country. A small museum explains these geological phenomenon as well the fauna and flora in the area.

Lisbon Falls

Although these falls do not have spectacular height their setting and beauty are a true sight to behold.