Hulala Lakeside Lodge
- Access to the Hulala Lakeside Lodge bar, pool, library and restaurant facilities all within a few minutes walk.
- Access to the lake side Boma (Prior booking is needed)
- Incredible bird watching and a bird hide on the lake.
- There are marked walking trails and you are free to hike through the entire estate and onto the mountain at the rear side of the estate.
- Mountain biking is allowed.
- There are canoes, paddle boats and bass boat available for hire from the hotel.
- Fishing tackle and rods available for hire from the hotel.
- A daily evening Sundowner Cruise which departs 16:30 from the Hotel (Prior booking is required and payment)
- There are incredible golf courses in the near vicinity namely White River Country Club, Sabie River Bungalows. White River is 23 km from the Lake House and 40 km from Nelspuit.
Contact: +27 (0) 13 764-1893
And more things to do…
These caves are the oldest known to mankind, formed over 300 million years ago. Prehistoric man discovered these caves and at the beginning of the 19 th century they were used as refuges by sections of the Swazi people.
Contact: (013) 733 4152
One hour guided tour daily from 08h30 – 16h30
Crystal Tour – advance bookings only – 4 hr duration
Bourke’s Luck Potholes
This natural water feature marks the beginning of the Blyde River Canyon. Through countless eons the swirling whirlpools which occur as the Treur River plunges into the Blyde River, caused waterborne sand and rock to grind huge, cylindrical potholes into the bedrock of the river.
Long Tom Pass
The Long Tom Pass was named after the cannon, which the Boers used to try and dislodge the British from Lydenburg in the battle between the Boers and the British in the Anglo-Boer War (1899 -1902) in the Lydenburg area.
Blyde River CanyonThe scenic beauty of the Blyde River Canyon, the worlds 3rd largest gorge, is awe-inspiringly magnificent! The Blyde River cuts a zig-zag passage, 16 kilometres long at a depth of 750 metres in the midst of dense vegetation below towering buttresses capped by cliffs of the most remarkable shapes.
A must is God’s Window, a viewpoint at an altitude of 1,829m/6,000ft extending northward over the Blyde River Canyon, eastward over the Lowveld, 1,000m/3,300ft below, and the Kruger National Park to the Mozambique border, and westward over forest-covered mountains.
The Three Rondawels
Further north along the R532 road, the turnoff to the Three Rondawels viewpoint is 4.6km from the Lowveld View turnoff (41 km north of Graskop) and the parking area another 2.8km further. The Three Rondawels are well known gigantic peaks made from quartzite and shale.
Kruger National Park
In 1898 President Paul Kruger proclaimed the area between the Crocodile and Sabie Rivers as the Sabie Reserve because hunting mania had wiped out the Lowveld’s huge herds of game. After the Anglo-Boer war, the British began clearing the way for the protected areas by the forced removal of between 2000 -3000 local inhabitants in1903.
Mac Mac Falls
When gold was discovered along the Mac-Mac River in 1873, a frenzied gold rush ensued. Many of the miners were Scottish, and therefore the camp was named Mac-Mac. In an attempt to divert the river, the miners placed dynamite on the crest of the Mac-Mac Falls.
1. Kruger Park Lodge: (013) 737-5000
2. White River Country Club: (013) 751-3781
3. Nelspruit Golf Club: (013) 744-0952/0957/0958
4. Sabie Country Club on (013) 764-2282
5. Sabie River Sun: (013) 737-7311
6. Pine Lake Inn Golf Course: (013) 751-5036
7. Leopard Creek Country Club: (013) 791-2074
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