Kruger National Park: South Africa’s largest game reserve
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Kruger National Park: South Africa’s largest game reserve

The Kruger National Park needs no introduction so Bevan and I spent some time exploring this famous park to find out what all the fuss is about. South Africans love the bush. I’m not sure exactly why that is, considering a vast percentage of us live in urban areas and our connections to the bush…

Nothing Hazy about this View: Hazyview The gateway to Kruger National Park and more
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Nothing Hazy about this View: Hazyview The gateway to Kruger National Park and more

Hazyview is generally known as a gateway town to the Kruger National Park. However, after a few days exploring the town and its other surrounding regions, we discovered that there is quite a bit more to Hazyview than meets the eye. Getting to know Hazyview Hazyview is a relatively small town in Mpumalanga’s Kruger Lowveld…

Getting to know Graskop: The Fanie Botha hiking trail and more
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Getting to know Graskop: The Fanie Botha hiking trail and more

The small towns of Graskop, Sabie and Pilgrim’s Rest in the Kruger Lowveld region of Mpumalanga, are all situated in close proximity to each other. While there isn’t much distance between them, each town does have its own unique charm and appeal. Much like Sabie, Graskop has a plethora of beautiful natural sites like walking…

Barberton: Adventure fever in gold-rush country
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Barberton: Adventure fever in gold-rush country

Barberton in the Kruger Lowveld region of Mpumalanga isn’t a place that we were too familiar with before this trip. The only time we had ever heard about it before was on the daily weather forecast. Apart from its tendency to be partly cloudy with the occasional afternoon thundershower, we really didn’t know what to…