The Mbombela City Tour Package includes day visits to:
The City of Mbombela
This city is in the North Eastern part of South Africa bordering two countries Mozambique and Swaziland, a door step to the world renowned Kruger National Park and the gateway to an abundance of tourism offerings.
They are set in Precambrian dolomite rock, which was first laid down about 3800 million years ago, when Africa was still part of Gondwana. The caves themselves formed about 240 million years ago.There are a number of speleothem structures in the cave, known by names such as the "Lowveld Rocket", "Samson's Pillar", and the "Screaming Monster" some have been dated to 200 million years old. There are also microbial fossils known as collenia in the rock.
The Jane Goodall Institute situated on the outskirts of Mbombela, the only kind of chimpanzee sanctuary in South Africa, guided tours give ones the close interaction with the chimps in a semi closed natural environment part of the reserve it is home to game animals such as antilopes giraffes, zebras etc.
Nelspruit Botanical Garden
The Lowveld Botanic Garden was established in 1961, for tourism and conversation purposes with its vast diverse flora and fauna, characterised by the town's most important rivers the Crocodile and Nels Rivers.
Lowveld Expereince & Kruger Package
Experience the majestic wonders of the Lowveld such as the panorama route: Breathtaking views, plunging waterfalls like the Berling Falls, Lisbon Falls, Lone Creek Falls and the warm water, pools like the Mac Mac Pools. Eagles flying above you and a rich history, quite literally, as it includes the gold rush years, are the kinds of things you better get used to when you visit the Panorama Route.'Guarded' by the small town of Graskop, this famous route is home to mountains, forests and canyons, most notably, God's Window, the Pinnacle Rock, the Three Rondevels, Bourke's Luck Potholes and the Blyde River Canyon which is also world's largest 'green canyon'.
Let down your hair and enjoy the adventurous town of hazyview.
Kruger National Park, is one of Africa's largest game reserves. Its high density of wild animals includes the Big 5: lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and buffalos. Hundreds of other mammals make their home here, as do diverse bird species such as vultures, eagles and storks. Mountains, bush plains and tropical forests are all part of the landscape.