‘Where The Sun Rises’
Our Hotels & Resorts in Mpumalanga
Discover some of the leading hotels and resorts in Mpumalanga, the ultimate destination for an African wildlife adventure.
In Hazyview, near the world famous Kruger National Park, is the inviting Sabi River Sun Resort. Gracefully situated along the banks of Mpumalanga’s Sabie River and offering a wild African experience complemented by luxury amenities and service, this is one of Mpumalanga’s defining hotel resorts. There are 60 hotel rooms and 104 timeshare chalets – each room has been beautifully furnished to ensure you have a comfortable stay.
The Pine Lake Resort in White River is a family-friendly laid back resort. The resort features 34 self-catering chalets, each of which can accommodate up to 6 guests. A braai on the patio and a fireplace inside add to the peaceful holiday atmosphere of the resort.
Our hotels in Nelspruit offer elegance and contemporary finishes only an hour’s drive from the Kruger National Park. The 109 rooms at Southern Sun Emnotweni and the 115 rooms StayEasy Emnotweni have each been beautifully styled and fitted with home comforts and great amenities.
Witbank also boasts two spectacular hotels: the intimate Southern Sun The Ridge has just 40 rooms while the StayEasy Emalahleni offers a total of 135 rooms. The décor at both hotels is bright and cheerful with a friendly and modern feel throughout. The StayEasy Emalahleni hotel shows off a brand new look with a design and construction focused on respecting the environment and natural surroundings.
A land that is divided into two opposing terrains, caused by a natural phenomenon – that of the majestic Drakensberg escarpment. One half prides itself in its Highveld the other is the more discreet Lowveld. The name they share is a descriptive one that tells a tale of the position of this province translating as simply ‘east’ or ‘where the sun rises.’
Regardless of where you leave your footprints in this land of diverse landscapes you are in for a spectacular wildlife experience in Mpumalanga. Home to the world renowned Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga offers visitors one of the best chances of seeing the Big Five throughout the African continent. Mpumalanga offers much more than just African wildlife, with a number of exceptional natural landscapes, unique cultural experiences and even a tourist route devoted to fine dining.
Our Top Recommendations
- The Kruger National Park
Popular with tourists from around the world, if you are staying in Hazyview or Nelspruit, this park is a must-visit. Witness the untamed beauty of African wildlife. It is only 14 kilometres away from Hazyview and an hour’s drive from Nelspruit.
- The Witbank Nature Reserve
This reserve is situated on the outskirts of Witbank and it borders the Witbank Dam. It offers grassland, wetland and woodland areas and it is home to a variety of wildlife and birdlife.
- Blyde River Canyon Reserve
From Hazyview, drive for about an hour and a half along a scenic road to this awe-inspiring reserve that is said to be the largest ‘green canyon’ in the world.
- Lone Creek Falls
This is a well-known spot that is part of the waterfall route in the area of Sabie and it is about an hour away from Nelspruit. A short walk from the parking will take you to the foot of this magnificent 68m waterfall.