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  • Kruger Lowveld is missing out on motorbike tourism, thanks to our deteriorating roads!

    The roads in the Kruger Lowveld must have been masterminded by a motorbike enthusiast… with mountain passes, curvy routes and fantastic scenery there used to be few places that could rival this area as South Africa’s most popular motor biking destination. Sadly, the deteriorating state of the roads is taking a huge toll on motorbike tourism to … more »


  • Kurger Lowveld Tourism’s priorities for 2018

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT) has its sight set on various strategic priorities for 2018, following a brainstorming session with the regional tourism body’s president and executive management. According to Lisa Sheard, Kruger Lowveld Tourism Executive Director and Marketing Consultant, KLT’s priorities this year include engaging with government and other stakeholders … more »


  • Get your 2018 Kruger Lowveld Visitors’ Guide now

    Get your new 2018 Kruger Lowveld Visitors’ Guide from our offices now! This year’s Visitors’ Guide includes an exciting seven-day itinerary, adventure activities, ten little gems and so much more! The guide books will be distributed primarily at travel shows, entry points to the region, information offices and member’s establishments … more »


  • Great self-drive day trips and adventures for the whole family

    What can we do?  Where can we go to? What to do this holiday? Consult this fantastic guide for day trips, things to do, shopping, adventures and places to take kids to. Download guide:  Nelspruit White River Attractions and Day Trips 2017 Do not forget to visit this website every … more »


  • Increasing reports of Traffic Cop Corruption

    Roadside corruption is rearing its ugly head again, and it is effecting tourism really badly.  Tourists get targeted and that results in them leaving the country immediately without finishing their tour. Unfortunately our own community is largely to blame for this crime getting out of control.  For many years you … more »


  • Gate quotas in effect for day visitors at the Kruger National Park over the school holidays

    The day visitor quota for the Kruger National Park is a management tool that’s used to maintain the park’s carrying capacity. It is in place throughout the year, but generally only needs to be applied over long weekends and holidays due to the volume of park visitors. Pre-booked day visitors … more »


  • Kruger Lowveld Joins SA Tourism Roadshows (Nordics and Netherlands)

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism was fortunate enough to be selected for the SA Tourism Roadshows to the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden) and the Netherlands.  Lisa Sheard represented us on both roadshows, which took place consecutively from 23 – 27 October and 30 October – 3 November 2017. Having … more »


  • Feedback on the Gauteng Getaway Show

    This year Kruger Lowveld did things a little differently for the Gauteng Getaway Show, which was held at the Ticketpro Dome from 23 to 25 September. Members who offer activities were invited to participate, by having their brochures on our stand. These included Hylton Ross, Tours and Tickets, The Lowveld National Botanical … more »


  • Kruger Lowveld 2017 Z-Card now available

    The Kruger Lowveld’s 2017 edition of the free Z-CARD map has arrived and will be distributed over the next few weeks. Boxes of the maps will be available during Kruger Lowveld’s Tourism Month roadshows this week, and are also available at our offices at the Crossing Centre.   We printed 150 000 copies … more »


  • Attend the Annual Kruger Lowveld Tourism Roadshows

    During Tourism Month, we will once again host our annual roadshows to update all stakeholders on past activities and plans for the future. We will show our new video, new website and make a presentation about Tourism as a Growth Sector, how our destination is performing and discuss how we … more »