Attractions

Action and adrenaline activities

You don’t have to travel far to satisfy your need for an adrenaline fix in Kruger Lowveld.  From river rafting or canyoning to zip-lining or a walking safari in the Kruger National Park, there’s something for everybody.

Most adventure activities take place in the Sabie River Valley either in Hazyview or Sabie or somewhere in-between.  There’s river rafting down the Sabie River, generally not a strenuous pastime, until a hippo…

Authentic private safari experiences

Whatever your choice of lodge, from self-catering to tented full board to extreme luxury, Kruger Lowveld offers the ultimate authentic private safari experience in South Africa.  The private reserves of the Sabi Sands, Timbavati/Klaserie, Thornybush, Manyaleti showcase the best of South Africa’s wildlife and the Big 5, offering world class hospitality experiences.  An experience here cannot be compared to any other private safari experiences in the country for the following…

Barberton Makhonjwa Geotrail

Come and visit the geological wonderland that is on your doorstep. Examine a 3.2 billion year old beach deposit, so well defined you can see tidal intervals; trace fossilized biomats in sandstone, the first signs of life on earth that you can see with the naked eye; see piles of volcanic pillows formed by lava extruding on an ocean floor, or volcanic hailstones preserved in dove-grey chert sediments.  All of…

Birding hotspots

The Kruger Lowveld region has some of the most diverse habitats in South Africa and boasts an impressive bird list of close to 600 species. With some significant altitudinal differences of around 1800m over a relatively short distance one can spend the morning birding the escarpment with its Afro-montane forest habitats and spend the afternoon seeking out the species which prefer the lower altitudes of the Lowveld.

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Culture and heritage

Apart from many of the breath-taking natural icons, the Kruger Lowveld is also a place of historical and cultural significance.  Iron Age trade routes and African traditions reach back across many centuries. Gold rushes at Pilgrims Rest and Barberton were precursors to the discovery of gold in Johannesburg. Steeped in the history of traditional cultures, pioneers and fortune seekers, visitors will encounter a contemporary Lowveld culture with a wealth of…

News & views

Graskop Gorge lift in the pipeline

  • 26 April 2017 | Nontobeko Mtshali

The PPS Panorama Tour

  • 19 April 2017 | Nontobeko Mtshali

Spotted in the Kruger Lowveld

  • 13 April 2017 | Nontobeko Mtshali