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The Greenway Woods Resort
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The mind blowing Three Cities Greenway Woods Golf Resort boasts close proximity to Mpumalangas scenic beauty, majestic panoramic views and a number of exciting sights....

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Distance from Airport: 29 km Distance from City Centre:22 km
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Mpumalanga Guide

Overview

Quick Facts: Mpumalanga

Fly Fishing

Nature Reserves

Cultural Villages

Birding

Rock Climbing

Nature Trails

Mountain biking

Hot air balloons

Paragliding

River Rafting

Introducing Mpumalanga

The Swazi word, Mpumalanga, means “the place where the sun rises”, you only need to witness one sunrise to realize why it was named this. It is located in the east of South Africa, this province borders Swaziland and Mozambique. Mpumalanga is Big Five country and also one of South Africa’s most breathtakingly beautiful provinces with some of the impressive mountain views, passes, waterfalls and valleys.

The Blyde River Canyon is the third highest canyon in the world and the only green canyon will take your breath away and standing at Gods Window, you will see it has been aptly named. Regarded as the oldest caves in the world, a visit to the Sudwala Caves will be both memorable and educational.

The Kruger National Park covers a large part of Mpumalanga and is South Africa’s largest and most famous nature reserve. Home, not only, to the Big 5 but also, the playful wild dogs, an abundance of birdlife and the cheeky yellow-billed hornbill, a visit to this well known nature reserve will not disappoint.

Apart from the Kruger National Park there is large selection of game lodges, ranging from the ultimate in luxury accommodation to the more rustic and secluded of accommodation. There are hiking trails throughout the province where travelers can explore the mountains, valleys, game and fishing opportunities that are available in Mpumalanga.

Possibly one of the most diverse areas of South Africa, this region moves from mountain peaks to escarpments which, in some places plunges down to low-lying areas, known as the Lowveld. Each of these regions within the province, has its own unique vegetation ranging from open grasslands, lush green belts and forests. This variety is the reason for the abundance of wildlife, birds and range of flora.

Some of the must see stops when visiting Mpumulanga:

  • Blyde River Canyon
  • Kruger National Park
  • The Sudwala Caves
  • Gold Panning at Pilgrims Rest
  • Dullstroom
  • Bourkes Luck Potholes
  • Gods Window
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The Greenway Woods Resort

The Greenway Woods Resort

Address: White River, Mpumalanga, South Africa

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