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Top 5 activities beyond the Kruger National Park


From Hazyview to White River – enjoy the area like a local

Winter calls for a visit to the Kruger National Park. In addition to the wild-life encounters, the area offers ample activities and places to explore.  Odele van der Merwe, General Manager of ANEW Resort Hazyview Kruger Park shares her five best activities:

  1. Skyways Trails:

Go on an exhilarating zipline adventure with Skyways Trails, offering Mpumalanga’s longest arial cable trail with spectacular views of the lush Mpumalanga landscape as you zip through the treetops.

  1. Elephant Whispers:

Get up close and personal with the gentle giants at Elephant Whispers, where you can interact with elephants in a peaceful and educational environment.

  1. Long Tom Toboggan:

Take a thrilling 1,7km toboggan ride down the Long Tom Pass with adrenaline-pumping twists and turns amidst stunning mountain scenery. Meanwhile, the Long Tom Scootours trip features two thrilling downhill runs through scenic open grasslands, indigenous forests, and pine plantations.

  1. Laser Adventures at ANEW Resort White River Mbombela:

Unleash your inner warrior choosing from laser clay pigeon, archery, quad biking and air rifle shooting to name a few! Available on property from end of June 2024.

  1. White River Art Gallery:

Enjoy this contemporary art space, a unique visual arts platform in the Lowveld, showcasing contemporary fine art from Mpumalanga, emphasising the region’s creative essence. With a broader scope, the gallery also features South African and Southern African artists, promoting artistic diversity.

From ziplining and elephant encounters to high-speed toboggan rides and contemporary art, there’s no shortage of excitement between Hazyview and White River for adventurers of all ages.

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