Why you should go camping in Mpumalanga
Camping in Mpumalanga is fantastic as Mpumalanga has plentiful game reserves teeming with wildlife and natural flora, which will add to the allure and excitement experienced in this stunning province.
The San and Khoi San Rock Art is all over the province and the historical town of Pilgrim’s Rest captures the tale of the gold rush in the 1870’s.
The area is covered with perfect forests, stunning mountain passes, beautiful rivers and steep valleys that have all given rise to the fascinating landscapes and phenomena such as the Three Rondavels, God’s Window, the 3000 million year old Sudwala Caves, Wonder View and Bourke’s Luck Potholes.
This area is abounding with activities that will keep all the adventurers entertained for the entire trip. There is trout fishing, bird watching, horse riding and hiking or experience something new with an elephant-back safari, waterfall abseiling or white-water rafting.
The wildlife in Mpumalanga is impressive with the Kruger National Park (one of the world’s largest wildlife reserves) boasting an array of indigenous species.
There are many stunning campsites in Mpumalanga to choose from, so there will be no disappointment found in this province.
Best time to visit:
For game viewing the winter months are best, though spring brings colour and is the birthing season for most wildlife in the region. The summer is hot and winters are mild to cold.
Mpumalanga means ‘the place where the sun rises’ so go camping in Mpumalanga and experience the beauty and wonder of this magnificent province.