Steeped in history, progress and depth, Middelburg offers a wealth of tourism and an unwavering sense of community. The “Witkerk” or also known as the White Dutch Reform Church creates a focal point to the town and is known by some for having created the backbone of the community on which the town is built on today. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Repositioned as a premier Mpumalanga tourism destination, the Cultural Heartlands city of eMalahleni, formerly known as Witbank presents visitors with the Highveld Mall, the Ridge Casino & Entertainment Centre, a growing number of boutique hotels and superb water based recreational facilities. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Offering anglers a mecca of fishing experiences, Witbank Dam in #Mpumalanga is renowned for some of the country’s most monstrous fishing as we think back to the record making 6.45kg Bass caught in 1997 #DiscoverMpumalanga
Known as the tallest falls in the region, cascading some 90 meters down a semi-circular drop, Mpumalanga’s Lisbon Falls are located between Graskop and the Blyde River Canyon just 3kms South of the Berlin Falls. Surrounded by gorgeous picnic spots and a 100-meter footpath leading to the vantage point, when planning your stops along the Panorama Route this should be a highlight. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Forming part of the Blyde River Canyon, found along the Panorama Route in the Sabie region of #Mpumalanga, the Berlin Falls plunge down an 80-meter drop into a mysterious green pool below. Explored by foot and best observed from the viewing platform, visitors to the Berlin Falls can enjoy an intimate picnic with the falls as your view, make a splash in the circular basis below the falls or simply indulge in the natural beauty, abundant fauna and flora and birding species native to the area. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Engulfed by a breath-taking mountain range overlooking Mount Anderson and Mauchsberg, the Long Tom Pass makes for an exciting family excursion boasting a number of hairpin bends, dramatic drops, exquisite views and home to a number of interesting nature and adventure stop offs along the way. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Located in the Thaba Chweu Local Municipality of #Mpumalanga, also referred to as Mashishing, Lydenburg offers visitors an unassuming array of art, culture, natural beauty and community. While engrossed by the artistic presence that the town commands, visitors also enjoy the surrounding landscapes, waterfalls and natural beauty encapsulating the lovely Lydenburg #DiscoverMpumalanga
In celebration of this historic day, we celebrate the 24th anniversary of the first post-apartheid elections and the various battles fought and won by gallant South African heroes in the lead up to this monumental day. Happy #FreedomDay South Africa from the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency #DiscoverMpumalanga
With a focus on the coming Freedom Day celebrations, we highlight the town of Nelspruit, Mbombela. Declared, the capital of Mpumalanga and 1 of the 9 new provinces established by the post-apartheid administration of Nelson Mandela. What was once a sleepy town today is a thriving metropolis home to a globally recognised university, an international airport and a world class sports stadium, visit Nelspruit Mbombela and #DiscoverMpumalanga.
Hidden off a dirt road along the Panorama Route just 18km’s outside of the town of Sabie, soak up majestic scenery draped in the Africa sun as you venture through Amazon-like forests to the breath-taking Forest Falls of Sabie. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Tucked into the escarpment of the Drakensburg mountains in Mpumalanga located on the banks of the Sabie river, #DiscoverMpumalanga and the untouched forests of Sabie.
Framed with waving grasses, rugged escarpment walls and dramatic mountain passes, driven in a round trip of just 4.5 hours from Gauteng, #Mpumalanga’s Highlands Meander is a treasure trove of traveller’s delights. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Set amongst the pine plantations located on 60ha’s of indigenous woodland in the Barberton Nature Reserve, birding enthusiasts, discover 350 plus species of birds including the elusive Orange Ground-thrush or Bush Blackcap. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Become spellbound by natural beauty and billions of years of archaeological history found only in #Mpumalanga’s Wild Frontier. Sharing its borders with Mozambique and Swaziland, the Mpumalanga Wild Frontier offers endless attractions, things to do and world class accommodation. #DiscoverMpumalanga
One of the best cultural experiences in South Africa, learn about the Swazi people, their customs, traditions and folklore while enjoying a blend of modern comfort, traditional style and warm hospitality at the Matsamo Cultural Park in Louws Creek, #Mpumalanga. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Home to both Fort Merensky and an authentic Ndebele Village #DiscoverMpumalanga and the Botshabelo Mission Station and Historical Village in Middleburg and experience the colour and flavour of the Ndebele people alongside a traditional 19th century mission station established in the 1960’s.
Located between the Blyde River Canyon and the Kruger National Park #Mpumalanga, discover the day to day ways of life of the Shangaan people at the traditional village of Shangana. A place of tradition, culture, great pride and a preservation of heritage, the Shangana Cultural Village hosts day tours and night festivals in a celebration of South Africa’s cultural diversity. #DiscoverMpumalanga
While remembering those who stood brave and tall together in unity and in peace in 1960 in Sharpeville, on the 21st of March 2018 we also celebrate the South African constitution and its pledge to fulfil basic Human Rights. How do you plan to spend your Human Rights Day tomorrow? #DiscoverMpumalanga
One of the few places in Mpumalanga where you can take a game drive on the water, discover 3 of the Big 5 at the Loskop Dam in Mpumalanga – the largest dam in the Southern Hemisphere. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Home to a variety of natural highlights, features and some of man’s most magnificent natural wonders, Mpumalanga’s Blyde River Canyon is known as the largest Green Canyon in the world, stretching over 26 Kilometres in length and is more than 800 meters deep. #DiscoverMpumalanga
Surrounded by 11 entrance gates and host to more than 1 million visitors per year, the Kruger National Park is equipped with up to 24 various rest camps throughout the park. Spanning across close to 20 000 square kilometres, it’s known as one of the largest game reserves in Africa! #DiscoverMpumalanga
With the Easter School Holidays just around the corner, plan your next visit to the iconic Kruger National Park for an unrivalled safari experience and some of the most diverse species of fauna, flora, fish, reptiles, birding and mammals in Africa! #DiscoverMpumalanga
Located in the heart of #Mpumalanga’s Makhonjwa Mountains, just three and a half hours outside of Johannesburg, Barberton makes for the perfect year round destination, home to the Heritage Walk, the Geotrail and a number of adventure sports activities. #DiscoverMpumalanga
With many a tale told about the surrounding historical sites and geological features each brimming with history, visit Breyten and the Batwa Valley region in #Mpumalanga, a once bustling railway stop between Johannesburg and Nelspruit. #DiscoverMpumalanga