National Parks

Mpumalanga is your gateway to the world's greatest conservation area.

Mpumalanga is the primary gateway to the 99,800km2 Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park, stretching over three countries and encompassing global wilderness icons such as the 100-year old Kruger National Park

No where else in the world can compete with Mpumalanga's wilderness or conservation offerings, ranging from the super-exclusive private lodges of the Sabi Sands, to community-managed biospheres, niche bird reserves, wildlife farms, hunting reserves and the ultimate inner sanctum -- pristine wilderness areas protected from any human interference at all.

The region, far larger than many independent countries, is home to Earth's largest concentrations of free roaming elephant, lion, rhino, leopard, buffalo, cheetah, and literally hundreds of other species of wild mammal.

Mpumalanga Tourism

White Rhino