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Our luxury self catering chalets, have their own gardens with barbeque facilities and secure undercover parking. Each fully equipped chalet includes either one or two bedrooms, a lounge with fireplace and satellite television to get our local ...
We have 3 luxury 6-sleeper chalets consisting of two spacious bedrooms each. The chalets are complete with a bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and a lounge with a double bunker bed. In addition, we have a 2-sleeper miner's cottage
Currently there are five suites which are all individually decorated in styles of end of the 19th century composer's such as Strauss in frivolous pink, Gounod in striking Art Deco and Mozart in red velvet and gilded wallpaper.
Located in central Graskop, Blyde Chalets offers one an ideal location from which to explore the tranquil town of Graskop, as well as a base station from which to explore the scenic wonders of the region.
Graskop, a small forestry town on the edge of the escarpment and is home to Sheri’s Lodge & Backpackers.
Superbly situated just fifty metres from the Graskop Gorge Falls with a magnificent view over the Mpumalanga Lowveld. An ideal location for guests to enjoy the abundant natural beauty.
Shikwari Bush Lodge offers fully catered accommodation near the J.G Strydom Tunnel in the Hoedspruit district of the valley of the Olifants in Limpopo. Situated in Shikwari Nature Reserve, we offer two camps on the reserve close to Kruger Park & the Panor
Dankhof Guest House and her personnel strive to make your stay homely and comfortable as possible. With a lot of combined hospitality experience, the staff is here to serve you and make sure of your future return.
Amani is a dream come true, offering discerning guests a place in nature with amazing views on the mountains and valleys, as well as the Mpumalanga Parks Board dams. We are situated on the border of the town.
Situated on the Mpumalanga escarpment, two and a half hours from Gauteng, the village of Ohrigstad has a chequered history. Founded in 1845 by Voortrekker leader Andries Hendrik Potgieter, its original official name was a real mouthful comprising as it did, 14 words, all Dutch. The name was subsequently changed to Andries-Ohrigstad honouring its founder and George Ohrig, a merchant who had sent gifts to the Voortrekkers.
During 1849 Andries-Ohrigstad, then consisting of some 40 dwellings and the shops and facilities servicing them, had to be abandoned due to floods and a serious outbreak of malaria.
With the conquest of malaria, the valley was resettled and the name shortened to Ohrigstad.
Ohrigstad's original existence, as a centre serving the surrounding agricultural community, has been expanded to include accommodating the tourist trade lured here by Mpumalanga's many attractions,
Visit Bourke's Luck Potholes at the confluence of the Blyde and Treur Rivers. These are a series of bizarre cylindrical shapes caused by the action of water and pebbles on soft rock. The Museum of Man with its stone age artefacts and Echo Caves are also close by.