– God’s Window where you can gaze at the unspoilt Eden below from the top of 700m cliffs.
– Blyde River Canyon, the third largest and greenest canyon in the world.
– Mac-Mac Falls, a 65m waterfall and national monument, perfect as a backdrop for your picnic.
– Kaapsehoop where wild horses still gallop freely.
– The Sudwala Caves, the oldest known caves in the world housing spectacular 200 million year old calcium structures.
– The Singita Private Game Lodges in the Kruger National Park, voted one of the best hotels in the world by readers of Conde Nast Traveller.
– The Ndebele Cultural Village in Botshabelo in all it’s unique colour and geometry.
– Lowveld Botanical Gardens dominated by rugged, rocky river scenery and tropical African rainforest.
– Pilgrim’s Rest, an old gold-mining town forgotten by time.