4 Instagram-worthy spots in Mpumalanga

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The Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve

The Blyde River Canyon lies on the edge of the plateau of the Eastern Transvaal Drakensberg, one of the most beautiful regions in South Africa. You can explore the reserve by car along the Panoramic Route and veer off on side roads to breathtaking viewpoints. Favorite sights include the Three Rondavels, towering dolomite pillars; God's Window, a panoramic viewpoint; and Bourke's Luck Potholes.

Lone Creek Falls

Lone Creek Falls is one of most well-known landmarks of the forest area, and is located only 200m walk the parking area, thereby allowing for easy access for nature enthusiasts of all ages.The waterfall has been delared a National Monument, and will take your breath away with its natural beauty.

Kruger National Park

If you’re into nature then this is the perfect place for you to show off to your followers. Known as home of the Big 5, Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest game reserves. (Image by http://www.krugerpark.co.za/)

Matsamo cultural village

Named after Chief Matsamo, a prominent Shongwe chief and contemporary of King Mswati II, Matsamo cultural village will take you on a fascinating journey into the colourful, vibrant customs and traditions of the Swati people. The Cultural Village is at the border of Swaziland and a must for if you’re looking to experience authentic Swazi culture, which is well-preserved in this area.

Images by: Sono Sagwadi 

 

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