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Mpumalanga is home to the Kruger National Park, one of the oldest, largest and most famous game reserves in the world. It is also home to the Sabi Sand Reserve, South Africa’s most prestigious private game reserve.

But it is also where you’ll find some of South Africa’s most dramatic scenery; more waterfalls than anywhere else in the country; mountains that cocoon Earth’s oldest life forms; the oldest dolomite caves in the world; colourful cultures; an exciting gold-rush past; friendly little towns; and adventure activities for the most adrenalin-hooked action junkie. 


Kruger National Park

Game viewing in Mpumalanga is probably as good as it gets. The iconic Kruger National Park, about 350km from south to north along the Mozambique border and averaging 60km from east to west, is the size of a small country.

And that’s exactly how you’ll feel – that you’re in a unique country where wildlife rules, and nature shows off many spectacular ecozones, from bushveld and mountains to savannah and forest. Choose between self-drive, guided game walks and drives, and wilderness trails. The park is home to the Big Five (elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, lion, rhino), and over 140 animal and 150 bird species.


Sabi Sands

The Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve is renowned as a haven for the Big Five and for luxury game lodges of international standing. The reserve’s lush vegetation adjoins the Kruger National Park, and fences have been dropped. The wild animals cross back and forth, following ancient migration paths parallel to the Sabie River.

Your chances of spotting the beautiful, elusive leopard here are very high as Sabi Sand has the highest density of leopards in the world. It is home to world-famous five-star lodges and day visitors are not permitted.


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If you’re intending on going on a safari in Mpumalanga then the best time to visit would be in winter as it’s sunny and warm during the day and dry and cool at night. Late winter is popular for game spotting because the vegetation is sparse and animals visit the waterholes to drink. Summer in the Lowveld can be extremely hot due to high humidity.

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Travel Details

You can fly to Johanessburg direct from London or indirect via the Middle East. From Johannesburg, it is approximately a 4-hour drive to Mpumalanga. Alternatively, you can take a short 30-minute flight.


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