Mpumalanga is the poster province for South Africa with its abundant wildlife, picture-perfect scenery, historical sites and spectacular natural attractions. It is packed with wonderful things to fill your day and delightful places to spend the night. Hotels, bush camps and lodges of the finest ilk are abundant in Mpumalanga. The vast wilderness of the Kruger National Park showcases most of the natural spectrum of South Africa, with hundreds of birds and mammals in residence, while the surrounding private lodges provide a more selective wildlife experience. Sudwala caves, Mac Mac Falls, Bourkes Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels, and Gods window overlooking the Blyde River Canyon, are some of the scenic attractions found in Mpumalanga, with pretty Lowveld towns such as Sabie and White River adding a quaint charm along the way. Here you may relive historical tales of glory days and hard times, great battles fought man against man and man against beast, of vast fortunes found in unlikely places, and of a single dog who won the hearts of moviegoers worldwide.