As the name implies, Grass and Wetlands Mpumalanga is awashed with lakes, rivers, streams and is essentially a delicate eco system, supporting different kind’s life.
The Grass and Wetlands Region of Mpumalanga is a birdwatchers haven of South Africa.The region is popular with holiday makers as there is lots of interesting things to do and discover. The Grass and Wetlands is home to Chrissiesmeer, an interesting little town. The town also hosts a frog watching festival as well as a stargazing festival that keeps the locals around and draws in the visitors. The biggest freshwater lake is South Africa is located in the region. For excellent mineral hot water springs, Badplaas is a fantastic places to go and here you can spend some time at the Forever Resort.
The Grass and Wetlands of Mpumalanga is an outdoor sports enthusiast’s dream come true. Watersport fans are spoilt for choice as the town can facilitate fishing and skiing and most sports that require a lake with water, There are also 4 X 4 trails in and around that gives an interesting perspective on the sport as they offer a intriguing journey. Ermelo is great if you are looking for rather calm activities such as sightseeing a the several ruins in the area.
Rock Art is also to be found in the region and can complete a day out in natural world. The people are incredibly friendly and a trip to the Grass and Wetlands without a visit to Wakkerstroom. The region is an important to the timber industry of South Africa. Accommodation in Grass and Wetlands of Mpumalanga is aplenty and you are spoilt to choose from luxury hotels and lodges to lovely guest houses, resorts and and bed and breakfasts. Grass and Wetlands accommodation offers excellent places to stay offering you comfortable hospitaltiy that you are sure ade to feel home away from home.