Tourist attraction you should visit in Mpumalanga
We live in a beautiful province. Mpumalanga is home to several tourist attractions, and we are here to break down our top picks of the day!
Shangana Cultural Village
Visit the Shangana residents in their traditional villages. Here you will meet the locals and learn the way they have lived for decades. Go on a daily tour of their history and get a feel of their culture, whilst appreciating the beautifully painted Ndebele houses.
Known to be one of the coldest towns in South Africa, Dullstroom is also more commonly known as the country's most premier fly-fishing destination. Besides fishing, they also have a list of outdoor activities to make any adventurer's heart melt. From horseback riding and hiking to bird watching and so much more.
Take a tour of the historical caves, known to be one of the oldest in the world. The cave is estimated to be formed about 240 million years ago. This cave has quite a few amazing sites, such as the Swazi throne, traditional tool works and so much more.
The most beautiful of routes are situated just here in the heart of the Lowveld. This route is jam-packed full of beautiful detours just waiting for you to feast your eyes on. Blyde River Canyon, God's Window, Kruger National Park, Bourke's Luck Potholes - and those are just some of the sites you can visit.
No fool's gold here! The entire town of Pilgrimsrest has been declared as a national monument. Despite the amazing gold history that the town has to offer, you can also test your bravery by taking the ghost tour. Walk among the cemetery and headstones of the town's deceased gold diggers and find out more about their past.
There's definitely more than meets the eye when it comes to Mpumalanga. Make sure you visit at least one of the many beautiful tourist attractions that our province has to offer.