Our travel Suggestion for South Africa

The fascinating travel destination South Africa is one of the most exciting countries in the world. Hence the attention it has gathered during the last couple of years amongst well travelled holiday makers. The road system is well developed making it a great country for self-drive individuals even with the left side driving.

Warm sunshine, easy lifestyle, friendly people, art and culture othe rainbow nation, white beaches and deep blue oceans, manifold landscapes like adventurous desert, impressive mountain Ranges, far-reaching Savannas, rumbling waterfalls, expansive Wine Lands and fertile ground, exuberant subtropical vegetation, overwhelming flower
fields, unique sights and a huge variety of animal species can be found in this natural
Paradise also known as ‘one world in one country’. A versatile cuisine with culinary specialities as well as Superior Wines, In short all that the heart desires forms part of the picture of South Africa and makes it
therefore a returning dream destination for travellers from around the world

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The Beauty of Sabie

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Villa Ticino Guest House, Sabie, Mpumalanga
Arrival at the airport in Johannesburg, take-over of your hired car and driving to Sabie, Mpumalanga - 3 nights for Panorama Route (northern tour) and Natural Beauty Tour (southern tour - unknown as seldom mentioned in guides). Guests enjoying rare birds, wild horses, flora & fauna and great scenery will be impressed with the region.


Kruger National Park or Private Game Reserve

Animal viewing with safari could also be done as a day tour from Sabie

Swaziland Glass factory & curio markets on roadsides, Hluhluwe/iMfolozi Game Reserve or St. Lucia and from St. Lucia as a day trip St. Lucia, Kwa-Zulu Natal Guided boat tour, Cape Vidal and Estuary (World Heritage Site iSimangaliso Wetlands Park) Beaches, Duma Zulu


Scenic Attractions in Mpumalanga

Mpumalanga is a beautiful province with plenty to see and do. Whether you're interested in wildlife, culture, or outdoor activities, there's something for everyone. With this guide, you'll be able to plan an unforgettable trip to Mpumalanga.

Go on a cultural tour: Mpumalanga is home to several traditional villages where you can learn about the local culture and customs of the Ndebele and Swazi people. Visit the Botshabelo Mission Station or the Matsamo Cultural Village for an authentic cultural experience.

Experience the Sabie Waterfalls Route: This scenic drive takes you past some of Mpumalanga's most beautiful waterfalls, including the Mac Mac Falls and the Lone Creek Falls. Stop at the various viewpoints along the way to take in the stunning 

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Explore the Panorama Route: This scenic drive takes you through some of Mpumalanga's most beautiful landscapes, including the Blyde River Canyon, Bourke's Luck Potholes, and God's Window. Make sure to stop at the various viewpoints along the way to take in the stunning views.
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