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Facilities
Air-Con
Fire Place
Satellite TV
Telephone
Cellular Reception
Conference Centre
En-Suite Bathroom
Activities
Games Room
Golf
Hiking Trails
Helicopter rides
Swimming Pool
Tennis Court
Volleyball

Address:

Physical Address:

Whiteriver, R40 Hazyview, Pine Lake Drive, Country Estate, 1240

Postal Address:

PO Box 4088, White river, 1240, South Africa

Phone:  0870 750 869
Phone (Int):  +27 31 536 6600
Fax:  +27 31 310 3398
Email:  ceres@threecities.co.za

General Manager:

Chris Ferreira: gm@greenway.co.za

Region: Mpumalanga, South Africa
Physical Address:  Whiteriver, R40 Hazyview, Pine Lake Drive, Country Estate, 1240

Area - Mpumalanga

White River

White River lies just north of Nelspruit not far from the border with the Kruger National Park. It is not a large town but it is certainly an area of stunning scenic beauty. The climate is said to be one of the best in South Africa, lovely and hot days in summer when rainfall is at its highest and cool nights during the winter. The farms tend to be relatively small but the agriculture is intensive with tropical and citrus fruits in abundance, and vegetables and cut flowers readily available.

White River is above the malaria risk area, amidst rolling hills. The town itself has a charming history. It has produced some of South Africa’s finest artists and is home to many internationally famed artists. Discover the Casterbridge Centre, with its cinema nouveau, the Barnyard Theatre, and many unusual specialty shops.

The area abounds with things to do. The White River golf course is outstanding and has one of the finest opening holes in the country. The course was designed by South Africa’s two greatest golfers, Bobby Locke and Gary Player, and has a 6036m layout. Besides golf, there are well-stocked trout streams in the highlands, many private game reserves in the wildlife-rich Lowveld, and the Kruger National Park is about 30 minutes away. Myriads of waterfalls, lakes, caverns, such as the Sudwala Caves, Bourke’s Luck potholes and God’s Window, occur all along the dizzying drop of the escarpment to the Lowveld.

Some of the finest cuisine may be found at various venues in and around White River, and Mpumalanga is rich in history of pioneers and explorers, and is evocative of the old Africa of romance and adventure. Jock of the Bushveld, the mining towns of Pilgrim’s Rest and Barberton, and South Africa’s first stock exchange, are just some of the picturesque and colorful chunks of history to learn about and experience. For the more adventurous, 4 x 4 trails, hiking, horse-riding, birding, rafting and much more are readily available. For the artistic, art tours are arranged from time to time, and for keen photographers, book a photographic safari.

Mpumalanga – ‘the place where the sun rises’ – is in the north-eastern part of South Africa, bordered by Mozambique to the east and the Kingdom of Swaziland to the south-east. Scenic beauty and wildlife are found in abundance.

Key attractions include:

Historical sites and villages, old wagon routes and monuments mark the lives of the characters who came to Mpumalanga seeking their fortune. The town of Pilgrim’s Rest is a living monument reflecting the region’s gold fever.
The Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve near Graskop has striking rock formations and a rich diversity of plants.

Within the Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve, the Bourke’s Luck Potholes were formed by river erosion and the action of flood water. The spectacular Blyde River Canyon is a 26 km long gorge carved out of the face of the Escarpment, the only green canyon in the world.

The southern section of the Kruger National Park falls in this region. The Park draws a million visitors a year.

 

Mpumalanga – ‘the place where the sun rises’ – is in the north-eastern part of South Africa, bordered by Mozambique to the east and the Kingdom of Swaziland to the south-east.  Scenic beauty and wildlife are found in abundance.

Key attractions include:

Historical sites and villages, old wagon routes and monuments mark the lives of the characters who came to Mpumalanga seeking their fortune. The town of Pilgrim’s Rest is a living monument reflecting the region’s gold fever.
The Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve near Graskop has striking rock formations and a rich diversity of plants.

Within the Blyderivierspoort Nature Reserve, the Bourke’s Luck Potholes were formed by river erosion and the action of flood water. The spectacular Blyde River Canyon is a 26 km long gorge carved out of the face of the Escarpment, the only green canyon in the world.

The southern section of the Kruger National Park falls in this region. The Park draws a million visitors a year.