Generally accepted to be the safari capital of South Africa, Mpumalanga is best known for the Kruger National Park and the many private game reserves on its border that offer a usually somewhat more exclusive – and far more expensive – alternative to staying in the park.

The whole province has a colourful history, particularly its gold rush era, when lawlessness was the order of the

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Ex Deo Seekoei Cottage Self Catering
marloth-park , Mpumalanga
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Situated in Marloth Park, this air-conditioned holiday home features a balcony and a garden. The uni More info
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Karula Hotel
white-river , Mpumalanga
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The Karula Hotel situated in White River (Mpumalanga) offers accommodation in 47 bedrooms. Every roo More info
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Ex Deo Erdvark Self Catering Cottage
marloth-park , Mpumalanga
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Ex Deo Erdvark Self Catering Cottage, situated in Marloth Park (Mpumalanga) offers accommodation in More info
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Tozandre Guest House
standerton , Mpumalanga
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Tozandre Guest House is a AA Quality Assured guest house with a beautiful thatched, well equipped en More info
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Thaba Tsweni Lodge & Safaris
graskop , Mpumalanga
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Thaba Tsweni Lodge & Safaris, meaning “mountain of the baboon”, is situated in the B More info
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Greystone Lodge
belfast , Mpumalanga
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Greystone Lodge offers AA Recommended accommodation and facilities on a 500 acre private nature rese More info
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Kwa-mahlangu Guest House
siyabuswa , Mpumalanga
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Kwa-Mahlangu Guest House is situated in Siyabusa in Mpumalanga.The guest house offers the discerning More info
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Die Groen Koei Guest House
bethal , Mpumalanga
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Die Groen Koei Guest House is a 3 star property in Bethal (Mpumalanga) offers accommodation in 20 be More info
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