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  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Reacts to Tourism-related Crime Incidents

    Following a number of robberies committed on tourists along the roads around Graskop and Sabie over the long weekend, Kruger Lowveld Tourism is taking the matter up at the highest possible levels to secure strong government and police intervention. The Mpumalanga MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Ms Gabisile … more »

  • Mpumalanga Tourism Impact Study – Questionaires

    BDO South Africa has been appointed by the Mpumalanga Department of Economic Development and Tourism to conduct an Economic Impact Study for the Tourism Sector within the Mpumalanga province.  This research is very important as it will help the public sector and operators make informed decisions on what is needed … more »

  • Looking for Tourist Friendly working farms in the Lowveld

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism has received numerous enquiries from local accommodation establishments as well as from inbound tour operators seeking tourist friendly working farms which will permit people to visit and learn about their operation. Should you be aware of any farms which may offer farm tours or should your business offer … more »


    Booking Form:  Trade Show 2019 NELSPRUIT TO HOST THE 1ST HOSPITALITY TRADE SHOW The first trade show of this kind to be held in Mpumalanga, is set to take place at the Emnotweni Arena, Nelspruit, on the 30th July 2019.  The show intents to create a platform for suppliers to the … more »

  • Kruger Lowveld at Africa’s Travel Indaba 2019

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism was at Africa’s Travel Indaba 2019, held in Durban from 2nd to 4th May.  In February the date of the event was changed due to the announcement of the date of the national elections, which led to much consternation from the tourism industry and it was anticipated … more »

  • The Energetic Mpumalanga Winter

    The Energetic Mpumalanga Winter As winter approaches and the days become slightly cooler, athletes and extreme sportsmen and women come out in their droves to compete in the many sporting events that the Mpumalanga’s Kruger Lowveld region has to offer. For mountain bikers, the peaks and forests of Sabie will … more »


    The Kruger Lowveld Ehlanzeni Z-Card is firmly entrenched in the market as the definitive, most available and easily accessible travel tool around!  Our new edition will hit the shelves at the beginning of July 2019. The Z-card is an appetizer and advisor for all visitors traveling in the Kruger Lowveld … more »

  • On the hunt for the Easter Bunny!

    Many of the Lowvelders will enjoy a “staycation” this Easter weekend because of the increase in the fuel price, or they are just “platsak” after the school holidays, or the high cost of living forces us to take less holidays.  Fortunately the Lowveld is South Africa’s most popular inland destination … more »

  • Let’s help Moz

    Imagine what it is like to be left with only the clothes on your back…many thousands of people in Mozambique are left with nothing after the cyclone Idai.  Please donate non-perishable foods, baby products or funds for medicine & water purifying tablets.

  • Promoting Kruger Lowveld to the Mozambique Market

    Kruger Lowveld Ehlanzeni joined 24 other exhibitors at Radisson Blu Hotel in Maputo on Thursday 14th March 2019 for the Spotlight Workshop, hosted by Derek Houston. The Kruger Lowveld table was kept busy by the local Mozambican travel trade as well as diplomats interested to learn what the region had to … more »