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White River – home to the Vintage Motor Museum and a unique lifestyle destination set among tranquil, manicured gardens. A great place to grab a bite to eat or zen out at the wellness centre.
Sabie Valley Coffee – located in Three Rivers, not far from the Kruger National Park. This coffee farm produces pure 100% Arabica coffee and grows and processes their own coffee beans before they are roasted to order. Visitors can take a coffee tour or simply enjoy a cuppa.
Kaapsehoop – a large private concession nestled in Komatiland’s Berlin Forest that offers unique riding trails dating back over half a century. The nearby town of Kaapsehoop is famous for its packs of wild horses with which the trained horses on the retreat mingle, play and eat. Kaapsehoop Horse Trails cater for both skilled and novice riders and all the trails are guided by a professional.
Lowveld National Botanical Gardens – an evergreen garden housing the largest cycad collection in Africa. They are one of only nine in South Africa that include a diversity of ecosystems including evergreen forest belts, dry bushveld and African rainforest. The gardens also feature a landscaped section characterised by sweeping lawns, indigenous trees and a suspension bridge.
Adam’s Calendar – or Africa’s Stonehenge is a remarkable collection of stone ruins, and arguably the oldest man-made stone structure in the world, pre-dating the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is believed to be the only example in existence of a mostly intact, fully functional megalithic stone calendar and was first brought to the public’s attention in 2003 after it was noticed by a pilot flying over the mountains. The structure still works perfectly today by following the shadow of the setting sun which is cast by the taller central monolith onto the flat stone beside it.
Sudwala Caves – believed to have been formed over 240 million years ago when incredible pressure cracked the dolomite of the Makelekele Mountains, allowing water to slowly trickle and form a series of passages through the rocks. They rank amongst the oldest on earth and are believed to be over 40 kilometres deep, with much of them yet to be explored.
The caves rest in Pre-Cambrian dolomite rock and display an incredible array of chambers dotted with giant stalagmite, stalactite and flowstone formations. The main chamber, known as the PR Owen Hall, is over 70 metres in diameter with a height of 37 metres and has natural acoustics and ‘air conditioning’ from an outside and undiscovered air source.
Pilgrim’s Rest- an authentic historical gold rush town where visitors can step back in time to the 1870s by browsing museums, streets and historical artefacts. The town was declared a National Monument in 1986 and those that feel lucky can try their hand at gold panning.