The Kingfisher Lodge

Nearby Attractions

Places to see and things to do...

  1. Waterval Boven Waterfall: Just a short distance from the lodge, this picturesque waterfall offers a serene setting for nature lovers and photographers to enjoy.

  2. Emgwenya Cultural Village: Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the area with a visit to the Emgwenya Cultural Village, where you can experience traditional dances, crafts, and cuisine.

  3. Elands River Falls: Explore the breathtaking Elands River Falls, a natural wonder cascading down the rugged terrain, perfect for hiking and picnicking.

  4. Mount Anderson: Embark on a scenic drive or hike to the summit of Mount Anderson for stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.

  5. Kruger’s Post: Discover the historic site of Kruger’s Post, where President Paul Kruger’s troops camped during the Anglo-Boer War, offering insight into the region’s past.

  6. Sudwala Caves: Delve into the depths of the Sudwala Caves, one of the oldest cave systems in the world, adorned with impressive limestone formations and underground pools.

  7. Dullstroom: Take a leisurely drive to the charming town of Dullstroom, known for its fly-fishing, quaint shops, and cozy cafes, providing a perfect day trip destination.

  8. Kruger National Park: Experience the thrill of a safari adventure at one of Africa’s most iconic wildlife reserves, where you can spot the Big Five and immerse yourself in the untamed beauty of the African bushveld.

  9. Sudwala Caves: Explore the ancient wonders of Sudwala Caves, boasting impressive rock formations and underground chambers dating back millions of years, offering a fascinating journey through geological history.

  10. The Panorama Route: Embark on a scenic drive along the Panorama Route, renowned for its breathtaking viewpoints overlooking deep gorges, cascading waterfalls such as Lisbon Falls and Berlin Falls, and the iconic Blyde River Canyon.

  11. Bourke’s Luck Potholes: Marvel at the natural wonder of Bourke’s Luck Potholes, where centuries of swirling water have carved out cylindrical rock formations, creating a stunning mosaic of colors and shapes along the confluence of the Blyde and Treur rivers.

  12. Pilgrim’s Rest: Step back in time and wander through the historic town of Pilgrim’s Rest, a living museum where you can explore restored 19th-century buildings, learn about the gold rush era, and immerse yourself in the charm of this quaint mining town.

  13. Lowveld Botanical Gardens: Discover the diverse flora of the Lowveld region at the Lowveld National Botanical Garden, featuring an array of indigenous plants, walking trails, and tranquil picnic spots along the Crocodile River.