This northeast corner of South Africa is dominated by the massive Kruger
national park, which runs for 350km along the border with Mozambique and the majority of international visitors simply fly in and out of the region for a short safari.
For those wishing to take a broader look at the region, to the west of Kruger lie the Mpumulanga Drakensburg mountains, whose dramatic scenery, temperate climate and huge range out outdoorsy activities make for a great contrast with the hot game areas of the lowveld. Panorama South
is the more commonly visited, although there are also some interesting options in Panorama North
More obscure are the rather remote reserves and mountain retreats of the Limpopo Northeast