Mpumalanga means “The Place Where The Sun Rises” in Swazi, Xhosa, Ndebele and Zulu. This unique province is divided into two distinctly different landscapes by the Drakensberg Mountain Range. The Highveld grasslands stretch to the north whilst the rocky and subtropical Lowveld lies in the south. It is rich in tourist attractions and we invite you to experience this province for yourself.
Falcon Glen Hot Springs Resort was named after the natural hot springs on the property, as well as the Peregrine Falcon, one of the more than 100 species endemic in the area. Apart from being a favourite among avid birders, this nature lovers haven offers a relaxing respite from everyday life and boasts soothing warm water pools fed by natural hot springs. Nearby attractions include the Sudwala Caves and Sudwala Dinosaur Park, which are a stones throw away.
Sudwala Lodge is perfectly situated just below the Sudwala Caves at the foot of Mankelekele Mountain on one side and the Houtbosloop River on the other. There are many activities on offer to keep the whole family entertained while the elegantly decorated chalets ensure that you holiday in ease and comfort.
Experience an unforgettable holiday at this lifestyle resort, only 18km from the Kruger National Park. Ideal for families, the resort's large grounds stretch from the main Hazyview / Sabie road all the way down to the cool Sabie River. A variety of units, either freestanding or in small apartment blocks, are spread around the resort allowing children plenty of space to play. A holiday to remember.
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Body Bliss Day Spa at Hazyview Cabanas is closed until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.