4 ways to explore Nelspruit, Mpumalanga and beyond with Citiliner!

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Want to experience a true Bushveld holiday then why not head to the Mpumalanga Province? In less than 6.5 hours from Johannesburg, Citiliner can have you in the capital of the province and one of the best tourist destinations in South Africa – Nelspruit.

The province is filled with an abundance of activities from game drives in the Kruger National Park to visiting the oldest known cave in the world, The Sudwala Caves. In and around Nelspruit is the place to be!

As one of the most affordable ways to get there, Citiliner has picked out four things to do in and around the Nelspruit area. All are brilliant and all are beautiful:

  1. Take a drive down to Kruger National Park

Just a stones throw from Nelspruit, you can get in touch with your wild side! The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa and boasts some of the best game viewing this side of the equator! See if you can spot the Big 5 on safari, bush walks, and wilderness trails. To make the most of it, spend a night or two in one of the Krugers many accommodations! Booking is essential!

4 ways to explore Nelspruit, Mpumalanga and beyond with Citiliner

  1. Visit the Jane Goodall Chimpanzee Eden Sanctuary

The Jane Goodall Chimpanzee Eden Sanctuary is a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees, in the Umhloti Nature Reserve, about 15km outside of Nelspruit. This reserve serves as a sanctuary to rescued chimpanzees that have been orphaned, traded in illegal markets or rescued from entertainment industries. The chimps get to live out the remainder of their years in stress free semi-wild enclosures. The guided tours allow tourists the opportunity to gain insights into the chimps and the sanctuaries story and plea to protect these beautiful creatures. Chimpanzees are highly social and love to climb trees and swing from branch to branch, something you need to experience!

4 ways to explore Nelspruit, Mpumalanga and beyond with Citiliner

  1. Visit one of the oldest known caves, the Sudwala Caves

The Sudwala caves were formed about 240 million years ago and are the oldest caves in the world and a popular tourism destination. The caves open up to a large amphitheatre which has hosted numerous concerts. The caves have some amazing formations including stalactites, stalagmites, flowstones and pre-Cambrian fossils. There are daily tours and certainly does not disappoint!

4 ways to explore Nelspruit, Mpumalanga and beyond with Citiliner

  1. Head to the Lowveld National Botanical Gardens

Lowveld National Botanical Gardens is known for the two main rivers that cut through it, the Crocodile and Nels Rivers. From spectacular views to breathtaking waterfalls and magical walking trails, the Lowveld National Botanical Gardens is a must-see destination when visiting Nelspruit!

4 ways to explore Nelspruit, Mpumalanga and beyond with Citiliner

Mpumalanga boasts unbelievable beauty and is best experienced first-hand. So get there safely and affordably – get there with Citiliner! Come visit our Nelspruit office, located at Talis Tower(Opposite promenade) 17 Samora Machel Drive, Nelspruit.

Book online now at www.citiliner.co.za or call our Customer Care/Reservations on 011 611 8000 or 087 352 0352. You can also book at any of our trusted partner’s Checkers, Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Makro, Game, Builders or Computicket!

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