This blog is a pick of highlight posts as travel blogger Omphile Setiloane, drone pilot Junaid Samaai, photographer Jacob Sibiya and journalist Romaana Naidoo journey through Mpumalanga with the sole aim of finding travel gems to share with the rest of us!
Goodbye Mpumalanga, until we see you again...
We stopped in White River for our final meal together and headed straight to the airport.
Then it was time to head back to the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport for our flights back home.
So we turned up the volume and played some of our favourite songs from our playlist.
And soon after watching the sun rise in style, we went back to Induna Adventures for some ziplining. It was scary and fun, both at the same time. After some of us conquered our fear of heights we took the plunge and once back on solid ground decided to do it a second time.
Then we popped in to check out Lisbon Falls.
Did you know that translated from Zulu, Mpumalanga means "place where the sun rises", and it sure took our breath away.
One of the best viewpoints to see the sun rise is God's Window.
The next morning, which was also our last day in Mpumalanga, needed to be jam packed because we only had a few hours to get as much sightseeing done as possible. So we woke up at 4am and took to the road chasing the sunrise.