Situated on the Sterkspruit/Dorps River tributary of the Olifants River and at the base of the Long Tom Pass is a quaint and historic town, Lydenburg.
Lydenburg is neatly tucked away in the Steenkampsberg and Mauchsberg mountain ranges and these produce a picturesque backdrop which you can enjoy the view of all day long. The town has over the years been an ideal spot for fly-fishing and has always attracted numerous keen fly-fishing tourists.
With a rich history accompanying the town, Lydenburg offers various sightseeing opportunities where you can learn more about the town’s past. The town is home to some of the best of Mpumalanga’s museums and the famous African sculptures, The Lydenburg Heads. Water sports can also be enjoyed as well as other adrenaline activities such as 4x4 trails, swimming and visiting nature reserves.
Accommodation in Lydenburg is widely offered and caters for every preference. From luxury hotels and lodges to self-catering cottages and camping sites Lydenburg accommodation will ensure a memorable stay and an ultimate holiday.