Accommodation in South Africa, Mpumalanga 

The Panorama way....

We simply need this wild country available to us even if we do no more than drive to its edge and look in, for it can be a means of measuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, as part of the geography of hope.........

Panorama Travel offers the holiday maker, business man or corporate companies an easy online and reservation office to assist with all their travel & tour requirements. We boast an extensive database in South Africa for accommodation ranging from luxury resorts, B & B's,  hotels, self catering chalets, guest houses, lodges, private game reserves throughout South Africa. Whether one is looking for the luxury getaway, the excitement of a private game lodge, a 4x4 / quad route, or a family self-catering resort then look no further.

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In addition to your accommodation requirements our office can advise you on all the latest extreme sport in our area, and one can download movies or print our     "What to do",  "What to see" or "Events Calendar". Although not new to our area one should try their hand at Gold panning, bridge jumps, bungee swings, tree top skyway trails or take a quad trip into the forest and see Mpumalanga like you have never seen it before. Check out our links page for car rentals, airlines, private hospitals, Mpumalanga's home pages and general info. We also offer free movie downloads of Gold Panning, Quad trails, and the Famous Big Swing

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The Panorama Route way...

Just next to the Highlands Meander is The Panorama, which abounds with breathtaking views from natural wonders along the eastern slopes of the escarpment. There is God's Window and the world's third largest canyon and biggest green canyon, the Blyde River Canyon. There are also the astonishing Bourke's Luck Potholes and three rondawels. The towns of Lydenburg and White River are gateways to the route, which takes visitors through the quaint towns of Pilgrim's Rest, a living museum dating back to the hey days of the gold rush, as well as Sabie, Graskop, Ohrigstad and Hazyview. Nature enthusiasts will discover cascading water falls while adrenaline junkies can get their next rush by bungee jumping, white water rafting or going on rigorous 4x4 trails. More gentler pursuits include hot air ballooning, walking trails and gold panning.

The Lowveld Legogote way...

Lowveld Legogote is home to the seat of the provincial administration in Nelspruit, wild horse town of Kaapsehoop, creative and eccentric White River, and vibey township KaNyamazane. Here you will find the oldest dolomite caves the world - Sudwala Caves - a mesmerizing butterfly garden and a botanical garden with an enormous collection of cycads and African rainforest. There's also a mall with an eight-theatre cinema complex, casino and entertainment centre. Indulge in quad and mountain biking, paragliding, micro lighting, cultural tours to authentic villages and game viewing.

The Highlands Meander way...

Mpumalanga's Highlands Meander is a nature lover's paradise, boasting South Africa's premier fly-fishing Mecca, some of the sub-continent's rarest birds, best rock climbing, and most spectacular wild flower displays -- all just two-hours drive from the metropolitan centres of Gauteng and Mozambique.
It is also home to Africa's only breeding community of wild Black Leopard, who haunt the wild mountain ravines and streams that characterise the Highland Meander. The region's diversity and string of quaint historic towns have made it a popular weekend hideaway for well-heeled city slickers, who flock to hamlets such as Dullstroom for South Africa's best trout and fly fishing. The town's stone lodges nestle along cool trout dams and streams, where bright yellow arum lilies and 120 other species of indigenous wild flower carpet the region in a kaleidoscope of colour every spring.

The picturesque village of Dullstroom wasn't, however, always such a haven. It was the scene of bloody battles during the Anglo Boer War 100 years ago, and was torched by invading British forces. The ruined forts, trenches and artillery placements are still visible around the village, as are the graves of Boer fighters and Imperial troopers. Those interested in more peaceful pursuits should not miss the Verloren Valei Nature Reserve, which boasts the only habitat where all three of the world's endangered cranes are found. The Blue Crane, which is South Africa's national bird, can be spotted along with the Wattled Crane and Crowned Crane at the reserve, which has been declared an international RAMSAR wetlands site.  Nearby Machadodorp Dullstroom, and Waterval Boven are also rich with Boer War history.

Courtesy Mpumalanga Tourism

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