Five natural attractions to visit in Mpumalanga

The ''Three Rondavels'' in Blyde River Canyon

Here are five amazing sites to visit:

1. The Blyde River Canyon

The Blyde River Canyon is the largest green canyon in the world, thus making it one of the most visited attractions in South Africa.

2. God’s Window

God’s Window has no frame, no glass and no handles, it is simply a view so magnificent. God’s Window has a panoramic view of the Lowveld over mountains, rivers and waterfalls.

3. Bourkes’s Luck Potholes

Visit the natural wonder called Bourke’s Luck Potholes. These potholes have been formed over millennia, due to the water that swirls over the rock formations that meet at Treur River and Blyde River.

4. Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park, which is one of the largest national parks in Africa, is home to the Big Five animals and the Big Six Birds. The park is a must visit attraction in South Africa.

5.Sudawala Caves

Visit the Sudwala Caves, which are regarded the oldest caves in the world. Go see the PR Owen Hall known as the Amphitheatre, which has its own natural cooling system.

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