Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport Accommodation
From R3,600 per unit
Escape to Belgrace Boutique Hotel and enjoy the unique, old country charm of our self-catering cottages. Perfectly situated, we're close to Nelspruit, White River, Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and the Kruger National Park, in an area known for its natural beauty and excellent climate. Come experience nature and explore all the Lowveld has to offer.
From R846 p/p sharing
Destiny Country Lodge is ideally situated in the Lowveld, nestled amongst the lush indigenous gardens on beautiful hills just five minutes from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and 20 minutes from Numbi Gate to the Kruger National Park.
From R1,100 per unit
Casambo Exclusive Guest Lodge is situated between White River and Nelspruit and just a short drive away from Kruger National Park. The private retreat is ideal for those wanting to explore the wonders of the Lowveld region.
From R300 p/p sharing
El Roi Guest Lodge is a family owned guest lodge situated on the panorama route, near the quaint little town; White River, Mpumalanga. Guests are offered a unique setting in which they are able to feel completely at home.
From R475 p/p sharing
Our guest house is very well situated on an almost 10 ha plot at the top of a mountain with beautiful vistas of the surrounding farms, mountains and the Lion’s Head. Forrest, grasslands with rock formations, indigenous trees and shrubs with bird life characterize the property. An incredible panoramic view in absolute silence awaits everyone who enjoys exploring this gem’s surroundings.
From R950 per unit
Country Lane Lodge is a newly renovated house set in a beautiful garden, full of trees and birds. We have a large swimming pool where guests can cool off in the hot summer months, and Macadamia nut trees fill the 15 hectare plot, giving it a cool and calm feel.
From R270 p/p sharing
Pumelani Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable accommodation on a tranquil indigenous farm located just on the outskirts of White River. Set high in the hills and so aboriginal in form that it reflects primeval terrain.