Ultimate camping spots in Mpumalanga

 In bus travel, Things to do, Travelling

Spring is here and now is the time to be outside and the window for opportunity to enjoy the glorious weather before rainy season kicks in, is closing. Can you think of a better way to celebrate Spring than with a good old camping trip? Better yet, a camping trip in stunning Mpumalanga? Grab your family and pack the equipment, hop onto a Greyhound bus and go on your next adventure!

Berg-enDal, Kruger National Park

It doesn’t get any better than a night in the wild Kruger National Park. This special campsite is situated on the bank of the Matjulu Spruit and offers an unobstructed view of the hills to the east. Both tent and caravan sites are available with power, communal ablutions and cooking facilities.

Forever Resorts, Swadini

Nestled beneath the dramatic Drakensberg peaks on the banks of the Blyde river, you’ll find Forever Resorts, Swadini. Serious hikers will flock to this campsite as the escarpment trail offers a delightful trail. The Orpen Gate to the Kruger National Park is only a 75 km drive away and Swadini boasts 189 caravan and camp sites so there’s plenty of space for many people.

Lower Sabie, Kruger National Park

If you travel far enough to the bank of a dam in the Sabie River, you’ll come across a campsite featuring large lawns and shady trees. The abundant foliage and waterholes attracts game to the area making this a special and beloved camping spot for families.

Numbi Caravan Park, Hazyview

The Numbi Caravan Park is a 2 star graded camp site which offers modern ablution facilities, electricity and water points for 36 caravan sites. If everyone doesn’t feel like a braai or canned food, there’s a selection with excellent restaurants in the adjacent country mall or Numbi Hotel.

Ribbok Kloof Lodge

Ribbok Kloof offers a choice of charming and rustic B&B chalets, self-catering chalets and camping site accommodation. We’d advise you book your stand in the riverbed campsite to truly experience Mother Nature’s gift.

Scared all of your equipment won’t fit on the bus? Don’t worry, here are our terms and conditions regarding the weight of luggage:

Our average allowed luggage is 30 kilograms per passenger. Excess luggage is weighed and the charged worked out accordingly. The weight is charged at:
R5.00 per kilogram – inland services
R6.00 per kilogram – cross border services.

Which route should you take?

We have a route connecting Johannesburg to Nelspruit so you can rest assured that we will take you to where you need to be safely and comfortable. Click here to view this route and to make your booking now before that window of opportunity closes for the rest of the year.

Forget travelling long hours with lumbering trailers. Allow Greyhound South Africa to transport you safely and comfortably.

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