Best known as the gateway to the Kruger and home to the world-famous Leopard Creek golf course, the small farming town of Malelane has a lot to offer.
Lowveld Living Magazine, Issue 76, Spring 2019 – One of the original meanings for the word Malelane is the Swazi lala, which means to sleep, an aptly fitting name for this laidback and friendly town. It is the centre of the Mpumalanga sugar cane industry and surrounded by tropical fruit and game farms.
Malelane’s hot sluggish weather during the day and dark Bushveld nights make it the ideal place to escape city life and unwind. So don’t forget to pack plenty of water and sunblock while we give you some ideas of what to do should you have some spare time in between looking out for the Big Five.
Green Mamba water slide at Pestana Kruger Lodge
Letubi Quad Bikes (Marloth Park)
Manzini Lodge (Marloth Park)
Dirk Lourens Cycles
Horseback and walking trails
Wine & Dine
Source: Lowveld Living Magazine Issue 76