Cape Town - With September being Heritage Month and Tourism Month in South Africa, and Mpumalanga being the host province, Traveller24 invited the Twitterverse to join in celebrating and discovering the province.
With the school holidays also on the horizon, there couldn't be a better time to plan a spring road-trip - with Mpumalanga's many naturally, beautiful sites sure to be on road-trip bucket lists.
We discovered some new treats about the province, which saw the most growth in 2016, as well as few new things to love about this part of South Africa.
SEE: Panorama Route: Exploring 'the place where the sun rises'
Mpumalanga, meaning "place where the sun rises", sure does prove that there’s so much more to South Africa’s natural wonders than Table Mountain and Kruger National Park.
From mountain bike races and sites to teach us a little more about SA's history and heritage, to nature reserves offering an abundance of breathtaking views and quaint restaurants to catch a break along your road trip, Travellers shared their experiences in Mpumalanga.
Here’s what the Twitterverse shared:
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