A trip to the Kruger Lowveld’s Panorama Route will never be the same again ...
The PPS Panorama Tour cycle race – also known as “the toughest race on tar” – takes place from 28 April to 1 May.
No matter how many times you visit the Kruger Lowveld, no trip is the same and there’s lots to enjoy and discover with each trip. We’ve collected a few snaps to remind you why a stopover in the Kruger Lowveld is always worth it.
Kruger Lowveld’s very own Rottcher Wineries is right up there with the best of them. This unique winery is situated in the Casterbridge Lifestyle Centre in White River, not far from the Kruger National Park.
With the first school term winding up for the Easter holidays, there’s plenty families can do in the Kruger Lowveld to keep the little ones entertained.
One of Mpumalanga’s most popular sporting events, the South African National Rally Championship, will take place in Sabie on 21 and 22 April 2017.
The Sappi Mankele MTB Challenge is on this Saturday (18 March 2018) at the Mankele Bike Park, Mbombela – and it’s everything a Kruger Lowveld mountain-bike trail promises to be.
South Africa’s finest wines, delicious refreshments, wine accessories and luxury stemware. You’ll find these, and much more, at the FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show 2017 on 6 and 7 April 2017.
Being the country’s top inland tourism destination doesn’t simply mean that Mpumalanga is pretty to look at. Conservation efforts in the province, particularly in the Kruger Lowveld region, not only make for stunning photo ops, but offer exciting educational tours the whole family can enjoy.
The Kruger Lowveld is known for thrilling mountain-bike trails, scenic self-drive routes, lush picnic spots, and countless species of flora and fauna. The refreshing natural terrain also makes it the ideal place for a spa getaway that will leave you feeling revitalised.