Mpumalanga / Kruger area is world famous for its Wilderness Reserves - like Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands, Timbavati Reserve and many more. It is big game country where thousands of visitors come to view Africa’s unique and treasured wildlife. Lion, leopard, rhino, cheetah, giraffe, elephant, buffalo, and numerous other species of animals, reptiles and birds abound here, in their natural habitat, making it a nature lovers paradise.
This area is also home to the Leopard Creek Golf Course, a Gary Player designed masterpiece that features on the European PGA circuit and, in our view, currently holds the No. 1 spot in South Africa's golf courses. There are many other excellent golf courses in Mpumalanga, such as Hans Merensky, White River, Nellspruit, Skukuza and others making it a perfect place to combine a game viewing and golfing holiday - often simultaneously, as giraffe, baboon, antelope and warthogs share the course with you.
With breathtaking scenery, the third largest canyon in the world, numerous waterfalls and picnic spots, quaint towns, a warm to hot climate and of course unparalleled wildlife, Mpumalanga is a great destination for your golf holiday for golfers and non-golfers alike.
Check out our list of top golf courses (top right hand corner of website) to help you choose which ones to play while visiting Mpumalanga for your golf trip.
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Featured Golf Courses in Mpumalanga Kruger Park
Hans Merensky Golf Course is another fine course designed by Robert Grimsdell. A major attraction of the Hans Merensky course is the visiting wildlife - the course is bordered by the Kruger National Park
near the Phalaborwa Gate and many of the Park's inhabitants pay scant
regard to fencing. Parti.../
Leopard Creek Golf Course is currently rated as the number one golf course in South Africa and features on the European PGA Tournament Circuit.
The Gary Player design team worked closely with the Kruger National Park Game Reserve (which it overlooks) and nature conservation authorities, to ensur.../
Featured Accommodation in Mpumalanga Kruger Park
Jock Safari Lodge is one of the very
first privately owned camps situated inside the world famous Kruger
National Park, with exclusive traversing rights in what is regarded as
the best Big Five game viewing area in the Kruger National Park.
Khaya Umdani is a 4 star graded luxury self catering lodge situated in Marloth Park, a conservancy area with wild life roaming free amongst the houses. Marloth Park shares the southern border, the Crocodile River, with Kruger National Park. The towns Malelane, Hectorspruit and Komatipoort ar...
Nkorho Bush Camp is a luxury yet affordable wildlife option that
provides unforgettable game viewing in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve
adjoining Kruger National Park.
Sabi Sabi Game Reserve comprises of 4 luxury game lodges ranging from the extravagant Earth Lodge with its private butlers and wellness spa to the colonial styled Selati Lodge and the authentically African decorated Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge.
Golf Lodge, situated
in the scenic and sunny Mpumalanga Province, is an exclusive lodge
located within the tranquil, secure and prestigious White River Country
Estate, some 26 kilometres from Nelspruit.